Henderson-based restaurant Kitchen Table will resume dine-in service on Thursday, June 11 after a two-month shut-in following Governor Sisolak’s orders. Owner Javier Chavez decided to stay closed beyond the allowed date of reopening to provide the safest possible environment for their guests and employees.
“We decided to take our time in reopening to provide the safest possible environment for our guests and our staff while following the Southern Nevada Health Department’s guidelines,” said Javier Chavez, Executive Chef and Owner. “From cosmetic enhancements to increased sanitization protocols, we took this time to train our staff and give our space a makeover from top to bottom.”
A few of the noticeable upgrades guests will find at the restaurant include:
- A newly revamped, shaded patio with refinished tables allowing for staff to better sanitize in between parties.
- Implementing necessary precautions by requiring guests to wear masks and have their temperature taken upon entry.
- Large parties will be split up into groups of four with strict social distancing reflected in the restaurant’s new layout. A one hour limit is set in place for all parties.
- Digitalization with their menus by using QR Codes.
- Offering disposable condiments to halt the spread of germs.
Kitchen Table will offer a limited menu consisting of many of their favorites, including their fully-operational coffee and pastry station. The restaurant will continue to offer to-go options as an alternative for their high-risk guests. Chavez plans to reopen his second location, Kitchen Table Squared at The Gramercy off the 215 and Russell Road, shortly to follow.
Reservations can be made by calling (702) 478-4782 beginning Monday, June 8 to prepare for the restaurant’s reopening date planned for Thursday, June 11. The restaurant’s temporary hours of operation are Thursday through Monday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., closed Tuesday and Wednesday.
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