Bradley Ogden Shutters Hops & Harvest, Takes on Chain Chicken Scheme

Hops & Harvest

Hops & Harvest’s heirloom tomato salad. | Photo by Anthony Mair

Two restaurants closed over the weekend, one quite unexpectedly. Hops & Harvest, chef Bradley Ogden’s return to Las Vegas at the Tivoli Village mall, now belongs to the ages.

The chef is developing a concept called Funky Chicken, so he’s preoccupied, but the abrupt closure comes as a mild surprise, since the restaurant was a real plum. It may not bode well for the troubled Tivoli Village, either, whose only consistent draw seems to be a chain restaurant, Brio.

Kelly’s, on the other hand, a Long Beach steakhouse on Paradise Road, appeared to be stillborn. On my two visits, you could have shot a cannon off in the place.


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