Dining that Feels Like Home

Kitchen Table is a revival concept created by Chef Javier Chavez that redefines breakfast and lunch into a social eatery and friendly dining experience that allows you to indulge in your favorite comfort food. Chef Chavez presents French techniques and Latin flavor profiles akin to the high-end dining notably found on the Strip in a delightful, off-Strip setting.

The restaurant’s name is inspired by Chef Chavez’s mother who believed that the kitchen table is the heart and soul of the family. Welcoming patrons whose own kitchen table might be local or elsewhere in the world, Chef Chavez transforms traditional American breakfast and lunch with ethnic styles from Europe to Mexico. With an open-kitchen concept, the chefs work their magic on dishing up simple, classic dishes into craftier, witty renditions with food from the heart and with the soul of the kitchen.

Comfort food at its finest, Kitchen Table’s country Benedict has quickly become a brunch staple. House-baked biscuits are piled high with country fried steak and perfectly poached eggs, drizzled with chipotle gravy. Additional offerings include mainstays such as omelets, pancakes and French toast, along with crepes and frittatas. For those who venture outside of traditional brunch items, try the crab cake (blue crab, spicy guacamole, Tabasco bechamel and greens), the crab avocado dip (blue crab, roasted poblanos, bechamel, sour cream, Oaxacan cheese, avocado and served with tortilla chips) or the duck and cheese omelet (confit duck, elbow pasta, bechamel sauce, Gruyere cheese, potatoes and served with buttered toast).

Wash all this deliciousness down with something from the liquid breakfast menu: mimosas, sangrias or a selection of beers. Specialty coffees include snickerdoodle latte, honeycomb cappuccino, peppermint mocha, and creme brulee latte.

The family-friendly restaurant features both indoor and outdoor seating, along with grab-and-go items, such as muffins, crepes and bagels.

Kitchen Table
1716 W. Horizon Ridge Pkwy., #100