What's Happening

When you rule the roost, word gets around.

What's Happening

When you rule the roost, word gets around.
Events

Crack Shack x Pizza Port Collaboration Beer Release We brewed a beer! And it’s clucking delicious, if we do say so ourselves. Grab your peeps and head to a coop near you to help us tap the keg and enjoy it. For one night only, we’ll have a Pizza Port Tribute Sandwich special to pair

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Press

Michelin Guide’s POV: Loud and proudly serving “all day chicken and eggs,” this shack indeed lives up to its name. The dining area is almost entirely outside, so the planes flying overhead can’t be ignored and neither can the enthusiastic crowds, who seem to compete with that level of noise. Many come here for the

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Nation’s Restaurant News has named the annual class of Hot Concept winners, honoring five restaurant concepts poised for regional or national growth. For 25 years, the awards have celebrated emerging brands that are tapping into the right trends…[and] past winners have gone on to have substantial impact on the restaurant industry. Editor-in-chief Jenna Telesca and

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Crack Shack is what happens when a fine dining kitchen team decides to do something casual. Chef Richard Blais founded the concept inside an actual shack next to his Juniper & Ivy restaurant in San Diego as a way to play around with chicken and egg dishes. The Vegas version of Crack Shack is a welcome change

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“Solid, good cooking and comfort are always on-trend,” says Chef Richard Blais. We reached out to the Top Chef all-starand co-owner of The Crack Shack to talk chicken sandwiches because, well, that’s all people seem to be talking about lately. We figured, if anyone would understand how a sandwich basically turned into a cult obsession at the tail end of summer

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Former Top Chef winner Richard Blais and founder Michael Rosen brought fried chicken to the Strip over the weekend. The Crack Shack officially opened in a rustic chic space at the front of the Park MGM, next to Eataly with a menu driven by fast-casual chicken fried on the fly.  The centerpiece of the menu? Jidori chicken served in five- or 10-piece meals. Diners

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