If you’re a fan of MTO’s Downtown location, the new Downtown Summerlin spin off won’t disappoint either. Johnny Church and team have expanded the menu with more twists on comfort food. Open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner it’s a great destination for craving nostalgic dishes in a fast-casual setting.
Their version of Kentucky fried chicken ($13) is similar to the fast food chain in name only. The chicken here has a thick, well seasoned crust that virtually cracks open. With two eggs over easy, mashed browns, and country gravy, this is one of the better breakfast dishes around. Other breakfast dishes crafted with care include the chorizo skillet and the bacon dippers —strips of bacon covered in pancake batter.
If you’re craving a burger, the juicy patty and the salty and sharp blue cheese in the black and bleu burger ($13) make a for a great combo. But, you’ll need plenty of napkins while devouring it. You’ll need to save some of those napkins for the chicken in a waffle ($13) too. Covered in a savory country gravy dotted with bits of bacon, along with maple syrup, it can be messy but delicious. Their version of chicken pot pie ($15) uses biscuits instead of a typical pastry crust topping, but flavors come through, just the same. It’s creamy and packed with pulled chicken, although more vegetables would have enhanced both the flavor and texture.
They’ve also got a kid’s menu with chicken fingers, waffles, and grilled cheese sandwiches. For fast-casual comfort food with a modern twist, they’ve got all the bases covered for the whole family any time of day.
10970 Rosemary Park Dr
Las Vegas, NV 89135