A new restaurant is scheduled to open in Las Vegas this fall and it will be all about the bacon.
Called Bacon Nation, the eatery is being developed with the assistance of Chef Josh Green of Skinny Fats and Greens and Proteins. Housed in The D Las Vegas, in Downtown Las Vegas, it will take over the space of the D Grill, which closed during the pandemic.
The restaurant will offer a 24/7 menu featuring 14 variations of house-cured, hand-seasoned bacon with flavors ranging from lemon pepper to brown sugar, teriyaki, Cajun, jalapeno, buffalo, salt, and vinegar, applewood bourbon, truffle, and chocolate-dipped.
What kind of recipes will a bacon-forward-themed restaurant have? Well, how about a Reverse BLT? “You hold it on a weaved bacon bun…with bread in the middle,” says Greg Costello from Downtown Hospitality Group.
Other menu items will include bacon flights, boozy milkshakes and brunch and diner classics. And yes, they will have some items without bacon, just in case.
Bacon Nation is completely redesigning the former D Grill space. The eatery will have 120 seats and feature an open kitchen, brick walls, rich wood and marble accents, and an eye-catching art collection. It will also offer a private dining space with seating for up to 24 guests and a private draft beer experience.
“Bacon Nation will not only deliver a delicious menu but will be a noteworthy dining experience for guests,” said Costello. “We will have 24 hours’ worth of options for everyone, featuring classic breakfasts, late-night eats and a sensationally fun brunch. Be sure to ask for ‘The Elvis’ – it’s one of my favorites!”
An official opening day has not yet been announced.
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