Hearthstone Kitchen & Cellar, Las Vegas

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About Hearthstone Kitchen & Cellar: Created by Chef Brian Massie, Hearthstone Kitchen & Cellar offers guests pure, carefully crafted house-made fare from the highest quality sourced ingredients. At the heart of Hearthstone’s comfortable, eclectic interiors stand two rustic wood-burning ovens where savory, authentic dishes are freshly roasted every day. Chef Massie’s menu reflects a simple and pure approach to refined cuisine that honors and respects food. Enjoy artisanal salads, shared plates, charcuterie selections and signature entrees made from scratch, while also indulging in wine from Hearthstone’s impressive wine list.

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Happy Monday guys! It’s been on my list for a while and this weekend I finally made it out to Hearthstone Kitchen & Cellar at Red Rock Casino. Still in it’s first year of being open, Chef Brian Massie’s new spot was everything I expected and more. The layout was gorgeous, the interior was decorated to a T and the overall atmosphere of the restaurant was inviting and relaxing. It was a great way to spend our Sunday afternoon!

 {Our Menu }

Yogurt & Blackberry Toast – blackberry jam, toasted pistachio, sea salt
Cinnamon Sticky Buns
Traditional Egg ‘Bennie’ – benton’s ham, soft poached egg, hollandaise
Duck & Waffles – crispy duck confit, whole wheat + rye waffles, maple bourbon syrup

I would definitely recommend starting off with some of the Jars & Toast or sides. The entrees were decent size but not totally overwhelming. The Yogurt & Blackberry toast was awesome, something I would definitely order again. My Eggs Benedict was also spot on, nothing too creative or modern just a solid representation of this classic brunch meal. Overall the experience was really enjoyable. There was live music playing out front and we sat comfortably for almost 2 hours. One thing I also really liked was that although you are smack in the middle of the Red Rock casino madness, you didn’t feel it at all. Just make sure to get a reservation ahead of time if you want to sit outside. I would definitely recommend stopping by Hearthstone and I can’t wait to head back out soon to try the dinner menu!

(Exterior Image via Vegas Eater)

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