Last Updated on November 17, 2022
Las Vegas is a lively city that’s constantly growing, changing, and evolving in unexpected ways. A new restaurant opening in Vegas isn’t anything special, but more than a dozen openings at the same time certainly are!
The Sundry Food Hall will be part of the UnCommons in Southwest Vegas. With an expected opening date in early 2023, it’s time to get excited about all the flavors found at Sundry Food Hall.
Learn how this new food hall came to be and discover the food and drink destinations you can expect when it opens!
Sundry Food Hall Coming to Southwest Las Vegas
TableOne Hospitality is a partnership between Mina Group, Patric Yumul, and Highgate Management. The Sundry Food Hall is the first Las Vegas project TableOne Hospitality has taken on, and it’s expected to be a huge success.
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The Sundry Food Hall will open in 2023 as part of the UnCommons Complex in Southwest Las Vegas. Sundry brings numerous Michelin-starred chefs and world-class restauranteurs under one roof for a food hall unlike any other.
Patric Yumul has boasted that TableOne Hospitality has a relationship with each chef and operator at Sundry Food Hall. This helps facilitate an excellent guest experience at every Sundry location, from coffee and ice cream to flavors from around the globe.
Food and Drinks at Sundry
La Madrina will be one of two full-service restaurants at Sundry. La Madrina is a vegan taco restaurant with a vast selection of tequila and mezcal.
La Madrina is the work of Michellin Starred chef Dominique Crenn. The menu will focus on organic ingredients and global flavors. Tableside margarita service and a private terrace are among the exciting features guests can find at La Madrina.
MIzunara is the second full-service restaurant at Sundry. This traditional temaki bar will specialize in sushi hand rolls with a selection of modern and classic rolls.
Mizunara was created by TableOne Hospitality, the Sho Group, and Chef Shotaro “Sho” Kamio. Chef Sho has a reputation for reimagining Japanese comfort foods in innovative ways.
The restaurant will highlight Japanese whiskey, sake, and whiskey highballs. A private dining terrace offers another elegant space for guests to dine.
Bar Oysterette is a purveyor that will serve seasonally harvested oysters with new selections daily. Small plates of jamon iberico, pata negra, proscuitto, and serrano ham. This small eatery will be overflowing with salty, briny dishes to cure all your cravings.
California-inspired Italian comes to Sin City with BarZotto! BarZotto will have fresh rotisserie meats, house pasta, salads, and other Italian classics. BarZotta will use only fresh, seasonal ingredients to keep the menu at its best all year round.
BarZotto will be a nice change of pace from traditional Italian restaurants in Vegas. Bringing the flare of California with the classic ingredients and preparation methods found in Italy is a bold risk that’s sure to pay off.
Dhaba Ji is an Indian spot that will feature dishes inspired by Indian roadside food stands known as Dhabas. Rajat Parr, a James Beard award-winning sommelier, teamed up with Rajat Parr, owner of Michelin-recognized Bibi Ji in Santa Barbara.
Low-intervention wine will be served as well. Dining at Dhaba Ji will take you to the best corners of Indian street food without leaving Vegas.
Diane’s Bloody Mary Bar
Diane’s is a bloody mary bar set in a vintage airstream trailer. The bloody mary bar menu will include bloody marys with respado tequila, vodka, and smokey mezcal.
Bright and spicy bourbon bloody marys break away from tradition, while alcohol-free recipes ensure there’s something for everyone in your group! Diane embraces the flavors of an old-fashioned bloody mary and brings them to the next level with a few subtle changes.
Kavos Costal Greek Grill
Kavos Costal Greek Grill will stick to traditional flavors found on Greek islands and along the coast. Globally sourced seafood paired with salads and coastal greek sides for a menu that’s both innovative and full of unique flavors you won’t find anywhere else.
Kowbird originated in Oakland, California, with a soulful fried chicken restaurant menu. The restaurant is widely loved for its community feel and flavorful food that seamlessly mingles modern and traditional recipes.
The new Las Vegas location at Sundry will carry the same vibe and menu items as the Oakland location.
Lamill Coffee is a coffee roaster that serves single-origin coffees and coffee blends with origins from around the globe. Lamill originated in Los Angeles, but it’s expanding to Las Vegas at Sundry Food Hall.
Petite Peso is a modern Filipino restaurant that uses fresh-sourced ingredients and a carefully crafted menu. Petite Peso is another Los Angeles-based restaurant making a move to Vegas, so you can expect a good combination of flavors from both LA and the Philippines.
Proper Sandwich Company
Proper Sandwich Company isn’t new to Las Vegas, but the demand is more than enough to open a second location! The first location can be found on South Rainbow Boulevard.
Culinarians Perlin and Park are excited to celebrate great sandwiches with unlimited creativity and high-end ingredients.
Saint Honore Doughnuts & Beignets
Saint Honore will quickly become the go-to spot for fresh doughnuts and beignets. Doughnuts are made fresh daily using brioche dough and impressive designs. Beignets will be made fresh to order – good luck finding that anywhere else!
Smitten Ice Cream
Smitten Ice Cream has been called the freshest ice cream on earth by Vogue. Needless to say, this is a welcome sweet addition to Sundry.
Every ingredient used at Smitten Ice cream is made from scratch. Making everything from scratch began with the original San Fransico location, and the same methods are used today.
Chef Bruce Kalman is a Top Chef alum, James Beard nominee, and successful restaurant owner of SoulBelly BBQ. This has quickly become a favorite BBQ spot for locals and tourists alike in Las Vegas.
The new location at Foundry will carry the same menu items you know and love including pork belly, pulled pork, brisket, and mouth-watering mac n cheese.
The Sundry Food Hall Experience
When Sundry Food Hall opens in 2023, guests will have more than 20,000 square feet to explore. In addition to the food and drink spots we discussed, there will be a communal dining area, a common kitchen, a central bar, and outdoor spaces.
Sundry will have a designated street entrance at the UnCommons. Once inside, guests have easy access to food and drink menus via QR codes.
The wide array of flavors found at Sundry Food Hall encourages people to try new things and embrace cultures from around the globe. This was a big undertaking, but it will pay off when the two full-service restaurants and 12 other locations inside the food hall are up and running!
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