Social Station Kitchen & Cocktails Debuts in Henderson

With bites of Reuben eggrolls and crispy pork ribs and a menu of specialty cocktails and espresso martinis, a new bar and restaurant opens in Henderson tomorrow. The team that opened Emmitt’s at Fashion Show Mall earlier this year debuts Social Station Kitchen & Cocktails at 10624 S. Eastern Avenue, near West Horizon Ridge Parkway on Saturday, May 18. Kelley Jones, Todd Parmelee, and Steve Mannino of Leverage Hospitality Group, a local restaurant hospitality group, aim for Social Station to serve as a neighborhood hang in Henderson.

The 2,500-square-foot restaurant will open with a 10-seat bar and a patio for outdoor dining. The menu has starters like grilled brie cheese with jam and a salad with crunchy ramen and mandarin oranges. Sandwiches include one of roasted portobello and truffle honey on a toasted potato bun, and a BLT with brown sugar and pepper bacon. At dinner, expect fresh mozzarella risotto, campanelle bolognese with whipped ricotta, and crispy sweet chili shrimp street tacos. And after dinner, order an espresso martini made with either vodka or tequila.

Social Station Kitchen & Cocktails will be open, starting tomorrow, from 11:30 a.m. until 9 p.m. Monday through Thursday, 11:30 a.m. until 10 p.m. Friday, 10 a.m. until 10 p.m. Saturday, and 10 a.m. until 9 p.m. on Sunday.

The hospitality group behind Carbone Italian Restaurant opened a location of its wildly popular Italian restaurant right next door this week. Michelin-starred chefs Mario Carbone and Rich Torrisi — and their Major Food Group — debuted Parm Italian inside the Proper Eats Food Hall at the Aria.

Its most popular dish, the chicken parm sandwich ($16), is slathered in melted cheese between seeded Italian bread. Other dishes include rotini in spicy vodka sauce ($18), homemade meatballs ($8), and an Italian sandwich ($16) with five meats, spicy sauce, and Italian dressing.

Chicken parm sandwich at Parm on Italian bread, in a paper basket.

Adam Friedlander

The new owners of the Rio Las Vegas are moving at a breakneck pace breathing new life into the off-Strip casino. Most recently, Dreamscape Companies revitalized the not-so-secret Wine Cellar Tasting Room. The Cellar closed in March 2020 due to the pandemic but it’s now open again. The Tuscany-inspired room and cave-like space offers wine and spirit tastings with charcuterie plates and fancy cheeses like a French Brie, creamy Camembert, and Hook’s 12-year-aged cheddar. Sip everything from everyday wines to ultra-expensive vintages.

A basement wine cellar with arched ceilings and stone work.

Wine Cellar & Tasting Room.
Rio Las Vegas

The Las Vegas ice cream shop, Sorry Not Sorry Creamery, has opened its fifth location. The shop has classic and innovative flavors — like those of campfire s’mores, brown sugar milk tea with boba, honey lavender, and ube honeycomb with crunchy honeycomb candy pieces. The new shop is located at 7170 N Durango Dr #130 in Centennial Hills. A grand opening event on Saturday, May 25 will offer free ice cream to the first 100 people and other giveaways, kicking off at noon.

The interior of the new Sorry Not Sorry Creamery ice cream shop.

Sorry Not Sorry Creamery.
Sorry Not Sorry Creamery

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