Chef Bradley Manchester’s Acclaimed Glutton in Downtown Las Vegas Turns 1


Chef Bradley Manchester’s Acclaimed Glutton in Downtown Las Vegas Turns 1Downtown Las Vegas’ Glutton, a restaurant consistently acclaimed for imaginative New American cuisine, celebrates one year of operation this month. Guests are invited to the party through the end of April with a special price on Glutton’s most popular spirited libation. The Improved Mule—which combines Stoli Ohranj, mulberry vinegar, fresh lime and ginger beer in a traditional copper-colored mug—is just $7 through the end of the month.

“It’s my way to say thank you to everyone who has made my first year as a restaurateur even better than I had hoped,” explains Bradley Manchester, chef and restaurateur, Glutton. “It’s been gratifying to share my culinary vision with our customers. What’s even more awesome is hearing time and time again how much they like our dishes. Truly—this great year has given me ideas for even more restaurants I’d like to open next,” he concludes.

Since opening on April 10, 2015, Glutton has become known as an authentic neighborhood restaurant. Simultaneously, Manchester has earned recognition for his inventive preparations and passionate execution. In a competitive industry where a large number of restaurants fail, Glutton has thrived since its very first week. Bustling with business and tourist clientele during the day for lunch, the restaurant also attracts a fun-loving crowd of culinary enthusiasts in the evenings for dinner.

Adding weekend brunch shortly after opening proved to be an inspired decision. Guests gather in the restaurant or on the sunny patio for popular baked goods, pancakes, egg dishes, breakfast and sandwiches each Saturday and Sunday. After thoughtful consideration, Manchester opted to close the restaurant on Mondays to give staff a break while still maintaining a strong bottom line.

Chef Bradley Manchester’s Acclaimed Glutton in Downtown Las Vegas Turns 1In addition to countless happy diners, Glutton has accumulated an impressive roster of signature menu items served since opening:

  • 3,862 Glutton Burgers
  • 2,966 Shaved Brussels Sprouts salads
  • 2,510 Popcorn Profiteroles
  • 2,010 Improved Mules

Among the accolades Glutton and Chef Manchester have received:

  • “One of the Most Anticipated Las Vegas Restaurant Openings of Spring 2015” – Eater
  • “…convivial atmosphere, friendly service and very good food.” – Las Vegas Review-Journal
  • One of “The Best New Restaurants in Las Vegas, Right Now” – Thrillist
  • “…well-executed, extremely creative items.” – DTLV
  • One of “The Best Downtown Restaurants” – Timeout
  • “Glutton is a welcome entry in Downtown’s fast-moving culinary scene. Manchester toiled away in neighborhood casinos for years, but here his food’s in the limelight, and he’s making the most of the opportunity.” – Las Vegas Weekly

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Chef Bradley Manchester’s Acclaimed Glutton in Downtown Las Vegas Turns 1ABOUT GLUTTON IN DOWNTOWN LAS VEGAS
With a heartfelt passion for savoring life’s flavor drives, Glutton in Downtown Las Vegas features an eclectic, adventurous menu of New American cuisine for lunch and dinner daily. Located on Carson Avenue, across 7th Street from Downtown Container Park, Glutton showcases savory meats, locally sourced produce, house-made pastas and seafood from the Pacific Northwest. Dishes are designed to range from sinfully indulgent to surprisingly fresh and light. The vibrant bar program features barrel-aged cocktails, as well as six craft beers on draft and a variety of beers and ciders served in cans and bottles. A thoughtful wine list offers bottles as well as many options for wine-by-the-glass. Glutton is housed in a renovated midcentury building and maintains the original oak ceiling from its original 1955 construction. Stained concrete floors, exposed brick, a wood-burning over and a solid stone chef’s counter combine to create an industrial yet comfortable atmosphere. The restaurant seats approximately 78 patrons indoors and an additional 35 on an outdoor patio, where guests can dine among the fresh herbs. Dinner begins Tuesday through Saturday at 5 p.m.; lunch is served Tuesday through Friday from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. with brunch available on Saturday and Sunday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.