Slowed by the pandemic that prevented an early 2021 launch, Canada’s much-anticipated Wolf Down is tentatively announcing its Berlin-inspired street food menu will soon arrive on Chinatown's Spring Mountain Road.
Now publicly planning for a May debut and confirming the Las Vegas location will be very similar to the original restaurant in Ottawa, new signage is up at the 1,880-square-foot counter-service space at The Center at Spring Mountain retail center, close to Valley View Boulevard and new neighbors Partage and Hot N Juicy Crawfish.
Overseen by restaurateur Joelle Parenteau, who teamed up with Marc Marrone and Todd Lunger at Graffiti Hospitality to bring the restaurant from Ottawa to the Center at Spring Mountain, Wolf Down offers a very small menu, specializing in German döner with grilled beef, chicken, or tofu, stuffed in a rice bowl, salad, or a more traditional sesame-crusted flatbread, and upgraded with options of vegetables and spicy and “secret” house sauces.
Future opening hours have yet to be announced, but the two-year old Canadian cult favorite is open daily from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.
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