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Dan Krohmer Temporarily Recloses Downtown’s Hatsumi and La Monja

Both restaurants were serving takeout dishes at Fergusons Downtown

A view of the patio
The patio at La Monja
Louiie Victa

Dan Krohmer, the chef behind the Japanese izakaya Hatsumi and the Baja-inspired Mexican fare at La Monja, decided to temporarily close the two restaurants at Fergusons Downtown at least through the end of August.

Krohmer, a finalist for a Best Chef Southwest award from the James Beard Foundation for his westside seafood restaurant Other Mama, reopened both Downtown restaurants in June, offering takeout dishes from Hatsumi and La Monja. Fergusons Downtown announced the temporary closing on Instagram.

“As we navigate these new normals, @hatsumilv & @lamonjalv will be temporarily closed, through August, to work on how to bring their best foot forward during these times. Stay tuned for when you can come pick up some delicious eats again ”

Jen Taler, Fergusons Downtown co-founder and creative strategist, tells Las Vegas Weekly that the temporary closings will help them regroup. “Hatsumi and La Monja are flagships of Fergusons, and we can’t wait to be able to bring them back, offering the experience the community has fallen in love with in a way that makes sense within current regulations and with our restaurant teams.”

Other Mama, a member of the Eater 38, remains open for takeout and delivery. Hatsumi is also on the Eater 38.

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All Coverage of La Monja [ELV]

How to Eat at Eater 38 Restaurants That Remain Open in Las Vegas [ELV]

La Monja

1028 Fremont Street, , NV 89101 (702) 848-3530 Visit Website

Fergusons Downtown

1028 Fremont Street, , NV 89101 Visit Website

Hatsumi

1028 Fremont Street, , NV 89101 (702) 268-8939 Visit Website

Eat

707 Carson St., Las Vegas, NV 89101 702-534-1515 Visit Website

Las Vegas

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Other Mama

3655 South Durango Drive, , NV 89147 (702) 463-8382 Visit Website

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