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A new outlet of the European-style coffee roaster Urth Caffé will be opening at the highly anticipated mixed-use development UnCommons. A building permit application recently filed Clark County provides sparing details of an interior buildout with an estimated budget of a little over $200,000.
In operation since 1989, Urth Caffé offers organic heirloom coffees roasted in-house at the chain’s Hawthorne, CA Location. It was founded by Jilla and Shallom Berkman, after they met a Peruvian coffee farmer named Jorge, who led them into heirloom coffee production by opening their eyes to the destructive practices involved in much of the world’s coffee-making processes.
Urth previously opened a Las Vegas outpost at Wynn Las Vegas in 2018.
The Wynn Las Vegas location’s menu features a variety of breakfast, lunch, and dinner options. Early diners can select from breakfast choices like pumpkin waffles, the Prosciutto & Cheese Breakfast Panini, and a variety of omelets, breakfast bowls, and breakfast pizzas. The lunch and dinner menu offers a considerable number of sandwiches, paninis, salads, pizzas, soups du jour, and entrees like Lasagna and tostadas.
Guests can pair their meal with a selection from Urth’s considerable menu of coffees and teas, from Italian cappuccinos, to blended drinks like the Spanish Latte Granita, to boba teas like the Thai Red Tea Boba, to a collection of juices and smoothies.
The menu also features a variety of beers and wines, and for dessert, guests once again find themselves with an almost staggering number of choices: cakes, pies, cheesecakes, tiramisu, cookies, and a variety of breads and pastries.
What Now Las Vegas reached out to Shallom Berkman on Wednesday. Berkman was not immediately available for comment.