When Kitchen Table opened in Henderson in 2015, it quickly became subject to long lines of hungry brunch fans who would queue for sometimes an hour or more on Saturday and Sunday mornings. The compact restaurant became popular for its Nutella s’mores French toast, Benedicts topped with pork belly, and crispy chilaquiles with scrambled eggs and Oaxacan cheese. After nearly a decade of serving brunch, the restaurant closed for good on Monday, May 28.

Kitchen Table posted a sign on its door about a week ago, announcing the closure and thanking customers for their support. Chef and owner Javier Chavez took to Facebook saying, “I would love to thank you all for the support and love.” Kitchen Table was open five days a week from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at 1716 West Horizon Ridge Parkway and served breakfast dishes like a skillet pancake laden with caramelized apple slices and lunch items like a hangover burger with a fried egg and a sandwich layered with roasted pork and gruyere cheese on rye.

In 2017, Chavez expanded to southwest Las Vegas, opening Kitchen Table Squared at the Gramercy shopping and residential area. It gained attention early on for its behemoth of a bloody Mary, served with garnishes that included a chicken tender, fried shrimp, a double slider, waffle, and bacon. That restaurant closed in 2020.

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