A former Henderson favorite for Zappos employees and company founder Tony Hsieh is headed back to the neighborhood, four years after Nacho Daddy was swiftly demolished and replaced by a Chick-fil-A outpost.
A resident at 9925 S. Eastern Avenue for six years, the new Nacho Daddy location has yet to be officially announced, but City of Henderson filings reveal the home of “gourmet nachos, margaritas, and the original scorpion shot” is moving into the huge, under construction St. Rose Square retail hub, already planned to host a future In-N-Out Burger, Texas Roadhouse, and a drive-thru Farmer Boys restaurant.
Sitting two miles from its original home, the full-service Nacho Daddy will add an outdoor patio to the prominent 4,556-square-foot Pad F, right on St. Rose Parkway and a short distance from Amigo Street. An estimated debut date in 2021 has not been disclosed.
When Zappos moved operations to Downtown Las Vegas in 2013, Nacho Daddy soon followed. Its popular Fourth Street bar and restaurant remains in operation, plus its branch on Sahara Avenue in Peccole Ranch, and a Harmon Avenue outpost at the Miracle Mile Shops, conveniently close to the Strip.
An early silent partner in the restaurant chain, Hsieh has now retired as CEO of Zappos and relocated to Park City, Utah. Nacho Daddy expanded to Salt Lake City over the summer.
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