You can add my review to the ever growing list of write-ups praising this spot. After a couple visits it’s safe to say this is one of the best (if not THE best) breakfast/brunch/lunch spots in town. The short rib hash ($15.95 + $1.75 for a poached egg) was as amazing as it looks with plenty of savory, tender beef. The potatoes are what really elevate this dish. They’re smashed on the griddle then fried, giving them their crispy texture.
The apple tart ($5.25) is a thing of beauty. The thin slices of apple have the perfect balance of sweet and tart and the ginger crust is the perfect compliment. Their chocolate chip cookie ($2.25) and chocolate brownie ($2.75) are textbook perfect. The only flaw was a dry, dense almond croissant ($3.25).
It’s hard to believe this is the same space that was occupied by Bread and Butter a few years back, but Craft Kitchen has proven to be a worthy successor. Run by pastry chef Jaret Blinn (most recently from Red Rock Casino) this is the ultimate local’s spot with Strip-quality dishes at suburban prices. Never cutting corners and only using the best ingredients to create the best product, I can only hope that one day they’ll expand closer to my home on the west side.
10940 S Eastern Ave
Henderson, NV 89052