New breakfast and brunch spot features creative design elements
Ecolife Development, a Southern Nevada developer and construction consultant, recently completed a 60-day buildout on The Stove, a new breakfast and brunch hub in Henderson. Owner and operator of Ecolife Development, Steve Grodkiewicz, renovated the existing property, efficiently making use of recycled materials. Grodkiewicz, including his partners Chef Antonio Nunez and Chef Scott Commings along with his team of design-professionals and subcontractors painted, decorated and remodeled the space that is now occupied by The Stove, giving the new eatery a unique and novel identity.
“There were so many materials from the previous restaurant that we were able to use in The Stove,” Grodkiewicz said. “The way in which we recycled old elements into new and exciting decorative pieces is what gives The Stove great character. We added creative components to this new restaurant that you can’t find anywhere else.”
One of the most unique renovations was created from the tables in the so-called tea room which was conceived by Antonio Nunez. The tables were made into wall décor and shelving, as well as free-standing concepts. Grodkiewicz executed the Chef’s Table/Expo Table that was designed by Chef Nunez. Master carpenter Jim Spinale was commissioned to restore the table that belonged to the late rock n’ roll Chef Kerry Simon, in his honor now serves as the community table embodying the spirit of gathering with friends and family to share a meal that inspires memorable moments at The Stove.
The Stove is now open at 11261 S. Eastern Avenue, #200 in Henderson. Hours of operation are 7 days a week from 7 A.M. to 5 P.M. Guests are encouraged to enjoy The Stove’s architecture, decor and flavorful menu.
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