Plant-based food is a dime a dozen these days. But few restaurants can stand out head and shoulders above the rest. One restaurant that stands above even those is Crossroads Kitchen - guided by the visionary hand of plant-best masterchef Tal Ronnen.
Las Vegas visitors and locals have known for months that Crossroads Kitchen was coming to the acclaimed new Resorts World Las Vegas - but the question as to when exactly the doors would open has been kept under wraps.
Now, we know exactly when the doors will open - and it's soon. So bring your appetite and make your plans, Crossroads Kitchen is coming to Resorts World. And alongside Crossroads is opening a new fast-casual concept known as CB | Crossroads Burgers.
Opening Day is Almost Here - Time to Chow Down (Ethically)
It's almost here and the long wait is over. If you've been chomping at the bit to stroll through the Resorts World doors and right into Crossroads, you're in luck - the doors of both Crossroads Kitchen and CB | Crossroads Burgers open May 28.
The Crossroads team shares in a statement, "Crossroad Kitchen will serve its signature Mediterranean-inspired plant-based dishes and additional specialty menu items exclusive to the Las Vegas location; while CB|Crossroads Burgers will serve as a quick-service outpost serving up house-made sausages, burgers, fries, and ice cream sundaes. The restaurants offer an upscale venue to indulge in a delicious plant-based meal that will satisfy the taste buds of vegans, flexitarians, omnivores and meat-eaters alike."
Like every Crossroads experience, dining at Resorts Worlds' newest destinations will provide more than extraordinary plant-based food - it also provides atmosphere and experience.
To plan your meal, visit the website to make reservations or call 702-676-7000. If
The History of Crossroads
Maybe you're game to try something new but aren't familiar with the Crossroads brand. If that's the case, you're in for a treat as you discover the premiere experience in plant-based dining.
The first Crossroads Kitchen opened on the corner of Melrose and Sweetzer Ave in Los Angeles, 2013. With a Mediterranean-inspired menu and an elegant atmosphere, Crossroads quickly became the place to find the finest Vegan food in California.
CELEB explored this melding of Resorts World and Crossroads when it was announced last month; "As the name would imply, Crossroads Las Vegas brings together options for vegans, flexitarians, omnivores, meat lovers and more – which means everyone can find something to enjoy at the new RW restaurant. Chef Paul Zlatos takes the helm alongside Ronnen, bringing favorites such as Stuffed Zucchini Blossoms, Beet Tartare and house-made pastas such as the Tagliatelle Bolognese and Fettuccine and Truffles. In addition, specialty menu items will be added that embrace the unique vibe of Resorts World and the class of Crossroads."
The man behind the vision - Ronnen - is himself a leader in the innovative world of plant-based eating.
"Ronnen, founder of Crossroads Kitchen and author of New York Times bestseller, 'The Conscious Cook,' is known the world over for his inventive approach to vegan, plant-based foods.
Ronnen’s concept revolves around the idea that he wants people to enjoy the food they bite into and not focus on the fact that it’s plant-based. That’s why his restaurants eschew the 'vegan' label; he doesn’t want people to be biased against that first bite before they even try it. Per Vegas Eater, ' ‘Good food should be good food,’ Ronnen says. ‘That’s why we never use the word ‘vegan’ on the menu.’ '
While much of Ronnen’s acclaim comes from Crossroads and his excellent and innovative cooking, he gained some of his fame as the creator behind the 21-day vegan cleanse for media mogul Oprah Winfrey, catering for the wedding of Ellen DeGeneres and Portia de Rossi, as well as serving the first all-vegan dinner to US Senators.
Ronnen took an 11-year-turn in Vegas creating plant-based menus at venues like Wynn Las Vegas before writing The Conscious Cook which rocketed to bestseller almost immediately in 2009, its pages full of creative meat-free dishes. "
Now, Ronnen is bringing his singular creative genius to Resorts World - and both locals and guests from far off locations can enjoy the Crossroads and CB menus.
Resorts World is a Foodie's Dream
You can't toss a marble in Resorts World without hitting a top-of-the-industry dining establishment, and it's impossible to find a bad place to eat on the property.
But Resorts Worlds' dedication to foodie extravagance and excellence goes beyond "acceptable" and into "extraordinary" territory.
Restaurants for guests to enjoy include:
- Bar Zazu
- Genting Palace
- Kusa Nori
- Dawg House
- Sun's Out Buns Out
- The Kitchen
- Blood Bros BBQ
- Burger Barn
- Geylang Claypot Rice
- Here Kitty Kitty Vice Bar
- Plus much, much more.
To take a spin around the world and sample culinary delights from all over the world without even needing your passport or a plane - head to Resorts World Las Vegas. And while you're there, give Crossroads Kitchen and CB a try - you won't regret it.
For more information, visit the website.