Henderson-Based Eatery, The Stove, Launches Whimsical New Menu Just in Time for Fall

Henderson-Based Eatery, The Stove, Launches Whimsical New Menu Just in Time for Fall
The Stove Huevos Rancheros – Photo Credit: @ClosetFatGirl

 The Stove has launched a new menu just ahead of the fall season consisting of compelling new items served alongside a dedicated selection of vegan offerings. The menu steers away from tradition, and is the restaurant’s way of elevating the selections currently found on their limited menu. 

“With everything going on in the world, we want to offer some unique and whimsical dishes to serve as an escape from the day-to-day realities that everyone is facing,” said Executive Chef and Part Owner Antonio Nunez. “The new menu items really break the mold of tradition, with unassuming selections that you wouldn’t expect to see on a regular limited menu as a result of the pandemic.” 

Stand-out menu items include Skillet-Baked Pineapple Upside Down Pancakes ($14.95), Karaage (Japanese Fried Chicken) and Red Bean Waffles ($18.95), a Foie Gras Muffin ($24.95) and Sausage Corn Dogs ($9). The dedicated vegan section of the menu has been upgraded, with notable new items including Vegan Chicken Tacos ($16.45), House-Made Vegan Yogurt ($9) and a Vegan Bratwurst & “Eggs” ($16.95). 

In addition to the menu rollout, The Stove will continue to offer their curbside pickup with a buy-one-get-one free offer on all entrées for senior curbside to-go orders. Seniors can also take advantage of any past promotions that were previously instated in early 2020.  

Reservations are highly suggested and can be made by calling 702-625-5216. Hours of operation are Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. and Saturday through Sunday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. The Stove is conveniently located at 11261 S Eastern Ave #200 in Henderson, Nevada.  


The Stove features multi-dimensional design dining experiences by celebrated Vegas Valley local chef, Antonio Nunez, and General Contractor Steve Grodkiewicz of Established Culinary Management. Leisurely lounging at the main bar overlooking the main dining room with a pastry bar sets the scene for the backdrop of the restaurant. The adjacent room has the feel of a speakeasy as you enter, but the setting of a Mad Hatter tea room with an edgy, one-of-a-kind twist to service. New to the restaurant’s offering is the Chambong (champagne-meets-bong) experience all set to breathtaking views of the Valley. To stay up to date on the latest news and offerings, follow The Stove on Facebook or Instagram.