The Downtown Grand is subtracting from its roster of dining options. Two eateries are shuttering as the hotel adjusts its offerings.
Meanwhile, a restaurant known for its emphasis on local and accessible foods is expanding, and a fast food chain brings its prized burgers and fries to a new location.
Red Mansion, the Chinese restaurant at the Downtown Grand, will close this month.
According to a press release, the hotel will turn the space into a private dining and meeting room in a response to customer feedback.
The Red Mansion space will adopt the menu of adjacent restaurant S+O beginning July 21, a hotel representative said.
Also at the Downtown Grand, the Spread Deli adjoining the William Hill Sports Book closed last month.
The hotel says the dining spot’s replacement will be announced in the coming weeks, but disappointed diners can head to S+O, where the chefs are willing to prepare some items from the Spread Deli menu.
Healthy dining spot Presto Café opened July 5 in Henderson.
Located at 19 S. Stephanie St., the restaurant focuses on sustainable practices.
The eatery, an expansion by the owners of the Rainbow Boulevard location, also lets customers concoct their own juices.
Presto Café is open from 7:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily.
Japanese Cuisine By Omae
Japanese Cuisine By Omae soft opened in Chinatown last month.
Chef Takeshi Omae, who helmed the kitchen at a Michelin star restaurant in Tokyo, leads the 12-seat restaurant.
The eatery, located at 3650 S. Decatur Blvd., will reopen Tuesday after closing briefly. It will be open only for lunch but is expected to expand its hours upon receiving a liquor license.
Reservations are required.
Burgers and fries chain Five Guys has a new restaurant in Henderson. The location at 1321 W. Sunset Road opened last month.
Washington, D.C.-based Five Guys began its expansion into Nevada in March 2011 and currently has eight locations in Southern Nevada.