Heating Up Henderson’s Local Brunch Scene

Locally celebrated chef Antonio Nunez and celebrity chef Scott Commings have teamed up to create the unthinkable: a seven-day-a-week brunch spot combined with twisted tea service and taste that is suitable for the most particular. All this located in a restaurant with sweeping views of the Las Vegas Valley and versatile space used for private events.

Between the bananas foster pancakes prepared tableside, the hangover corndog, or their posh “caviar duo;” this new hot spot is every brunch lover’s dream. Be sure to indulge in their bottomless mimosa offerings and specialty cocktails. Vegan? Don’t worry, The Stove has you covered. Choose from multiple options such as the Benedict Arnold or the unicorn burger. Twisted tea is offered in the adjacent 1950s-style room. Enjoy items including house-made scones, biscuits and jam, finger sandwiches or a charcuterie board to complete your not-so-average tea tasting.

Aside from The Stove’s brunch and twisted tea offerings, this Henderson hot spot boasts a private dining room. Passing their indoor garden wall where they harvest fresh herbs on-site, this space can host guests seated or in a cocktail reception fashion. The dining room features a unique hand-carved wood table as the centerpiece, surrounded by both inviting and rustic furnishings, including a drop-down projector screen making it the perfect setting for business gatherings or baby showers.

“The Stove is a restaurant for family, friends and new beginnings. A place for families to enjoy good food and conversation. As you move through the restaurant, your eyes are drawn to old cookbooks and memorabilia that take you back in time. The Stove brings back memories of sitting in grandma’s kitchen looking at her teapots with the faint aromas of the home-cooked meal lingering in the background,” said Chef Nunez. “Between the calming tones and the bright greenery of the restaurant, we tried to recreate that feeling of home. “Together, Scott and I have looked to the culinary inspirations of our childhood combined with present-day to inspire our dishes.”

Here you’ll find quirky and eclectic décor, including vintage photos and knickknacks donated by both employees and guests. This has allowed the regular clientele to leave a piece of themselves in a space they can call home. Now instead of guests, they are a part of the continuously growing The Stove family.

Reservations are offered 24 hours in advance and suggested highly for the weekends. The main dining room is seated on a first-come-first-serve basis. Also, stop in and enjoy their grab-and-go options for both breakfast and lunch from their coffee bar, including fresh artisanal pastries made in-house daily.

To learn more about The Stove, and to view their full menu, visit thestovelv.com. To get social with The Stove, follow them on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter at @TheStoveLV.

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