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Rachel’s Kitchen: Family Security

“It’s incredibly comforting to know that all of my children are receiving a competitive wage in a reliable, safe, working environment that offers plenty of room for growth,” noted Bishop, whose restaurants are situated throughout Las Vegas. “The only notable drawback is scheduling our annual family vacation.”

Eighth new Las Vegas location for Rachel’s Kitchen, now open at Town Square

After a postponement last year due to the pandemic, Rachel’s Kitchen opened its eighth location, at Town Square on Tuesday.

Local business owners prepare for mask mandate starting at midnight

Starting at midnight, all employees working inside in public spaces, will need to wear a mask. Clark County commissioners passed this mandate, in the hopes of bringing down our rising COVID-19 cases.

13 Tastes of Las Vegas Restaurant News | July 21, 2021

1. Rachel’s Kitchen is celebrating the opening of its 8th location on July 27 at Town Square. The eatery features casual dining, including breakfast, lunch and dinner. Offerings include breakfast all day, wraps, award-winning salads, sandwiches and burgers, and creamy pastas. The popular chain also features a children’s menu, healthful juices, and fruit smoothies.

Rachel’s Kitchen to Open Eighth Location

Rachel’s Kitchen announced the opening of a new location, set for Tuesday, July 27th, 2021.

Rachel’s Kitchen adding 8th Las Vegas location

After a 1-year delay, thanks to COVID-19, Rachel’s Kitchen is opening its eighth location next week at the Town Square Las Vegas Shopping Center.

Rachel’s Kitchen: Serving Up a Fresh and Diverse Menu

Popular with several different niche markets – sales have been successful with the college crowd as well as with local businesspeople, families and women who lunch. Rachel’s Kitchen offers a casual but elegant atmosphere that is slightly more elevated than your average chain eatery.

Rachel’s Kitchen Wins Best of Las Vegas 2020

Best Chain Restaurant
Best Downtown Restaurant
Best Juice Bar/Smoothies
Best Henderson Restaurant

Rachel’s Kitchen opens for dine-in during Nevada’s Phase One.

Rachel’s Kitchen prepares for Nevada’s Phase One Reopening with COVID-19 actions and precautions.

Thank you WGU Nevada for having us be a part of Grateful Wednesdays!

Rachel’s Kitchen adjusts to Nevada’s COVID-19 shutdown.

Best Casual Restaurant
Best Gluten Free Menu
Best Juice Bar
Best Power Lunch

Need help getting your kids to eating their fruits and veggies? Rachel’s Kitchen is here to help! Watch how we encourage healthy choices for your little ones.

Special thanks to our Centennial Hills team (Vanessa, Kent, and sweet Kenichi) and KTNV. We had a blast!

Vegas Inc. talks to Rachel’s Kitchen Founder Debbie Roxarzade, One of the Many Business Women in Nevada That Started Their Own Business In The Past Decade

The Metro Chamber recently celebrated the diversity, creativity and ingenuity of the local business community through the Business Excellence Awards held in November. The award committee, comprised of several business and community leaders named 25 outstanding businesses that included Rachel’s Kitchen. The Fresh Casual Eatery was named a Trendsetter, recognized for being a business paving the way for new technology, community stewardship ad corporate responsibility.

Rachel’s Kitchen founder Debbie Roxarzade, 44, was already a restaurateur before moving to Las Vegas, having opened up seven stores in Los Angeles and Beverly Hills.

The party-hardy reputation of the Strip means Las Vegas is not usually the first city that comes to mind for cultural leanings. But secreted in little pockets of the Las Vegas Valley are sprouts of culture, including an abundance in the Summerlin area. Rachel’s Kitchen near Trails Village shopping center, 9691 Trailwood Drive, supports the arts with displays on its walls.

The party-hardy reputation of the Strip means Las Vegas is not usually the first city that comes to mind for cultural leanings. But secreted in little pockets of the Las Vegas Valley are sprouts of culture, including an abundance in the Summerlin area. Rachel’s Kitchen near Trails Village shopping center, 9691 Trailwood Drive, supports the arts with displays on its walls.

If you’re health-conscious but still like to indulge, Rachel’s Kitchen has you covered.

Debbie Roxarzade left it all behind to start over in Southern Nevada. Las Vegas has reacted pretty well.

Popular with locals, Rachel’s Kitchen just celebrated its first year of operation at 9691 Trailwood Drive in Summerlin, one of its five locations. So, who is the Rachel behind the name? Patrons had ideas on who it might be.

Restaurateur and Las Vegas neighbor Debbie Roxarzade has the recipe for success. The 89135 resident is the founder and developer of the popular Rachel’s Kitchen franchise, which has grown to five locations in Las Vegas with another slated to open in the McCarran Airport D Gates at the end of this year.

In 2006, Debbie Sofer-Roxarzade moved to Las Vegas and opened Rachel’s Kitchen, named after her daughter Rachel.

Debbie Roxarzade has big plans for Rachel’s Kitchen by expanding to Arizona, California and elsewhere in the region.

Rachel’s Kitchen has plenty of smoothie options for sipping on the bustling outdoor patios.

Debbie Roxarzade has big plans for Rachel’s Kitchen, which opened recently in Centennial Hills, marking its fifth valley location.

Popular with several different niche markets – sales have been successful with the college crowd as well as with local businesspeople, families and women who lunch. Rachel’s Kitchen offers a casual but elegant atmosphere that is slightly more elevated than your average chain eatery.

Now Rachel’s Kitchen has four locations in the Las Vegas area. The newest at the Ogden in Downtown opened last week, serving up breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Popular with several different niche markets – sales have been successful with the college crowd as well as with local businesspeople, families and women who lunch. Rachel’s Kitchen offers a casual but elegant atmosphere that is slightly more elevated than your average chain eatery.

I love this – you can order breakfast any time they are open. They say genius writes its own rules.

Rachel’s Kitchen at The District in Green Valley Ranch celebrated its 3rd Anniversary with snow!

Rachel’s Kitchen has expanded its restaurant in the District at Green Valley Ranch and is planning to open two more locations this year. Rachel’s Kitchen has two more in the works this year: downtown and in the north valley in the Centennial Hills area.

When Rachel’s Kitchen opens in early January in The Ogden, it will bring a new breath of fresh, healthy air to the burgeoning Downtown dining scene and a new start to two long-time local businesswomen.

Count Debbie Sofer Roxarzade, founder of Rachel’s Kitchen, as another local business owner who is bullish on the economy.

Fruit and Veggie Smoothies at these health-centric cafés are juices worth the squeeze.

Southern Nevada will soon be seeing much more of Rachel’s Kitchen.

Morning News Anchor Dave McCann enjoys Barbeque Chicken Wraps from Rachel’s Kitchen.

RACHEL’S KITCHEN: The good cooks at Rachel’s Kitchen in The District in Henderson are set to serve their second annual head-shaving event to benefit the St. Baldrick’s Foundation …

Rachel’s Kitchen is on the move in another way. [Debbie Sofer] Roxarzade is looking for franchisees to advance her brand further. Getting the franchise paperwork together while operating a business was a two-year process. She hired an attorney to handle the legal aspects, but a lot of the legwork fell to her.

Among life’s rare certainties are these: Shakespeare is timeless. Sophia Loren will die beautiful. Grilled cheese sandwiches never disappoint (unless the “cheese” is spray-on). That last one is definitely true at Rachel’s Kitchen…

Some folks are bald by choice! Rachel’s Kitchen at The District raises money for the St. Baldrick’s Foundation.

Check out Tony Award winning actor, Anthony Crivello and his family enjoying breakfast at Rachel’s Kitchen in Summerlin. Crivello plays Erik, the Phantom of the Opera, in Phantom – The Las Vegas Spectacular at The Venetian.

Nearly four years after opening Rachel’s Kitchen, a California-style bistro in the Gardens Plaza on Town Center Drive, Debbie Sofer Roxarzade has survived the slowdown and is looking to expand further.

Popular with several different niche markets – sales have been successful with the college crowd as well as with local businesspeople, families and women who lunch. Rachel’s Kitchen offers a casual but elegant atmosphere that is slightly more elevated than your average chain eatery.

Rachel’s Kitchen arrives at The District

Green Valley lunchers can add a new spot to their lineup, Panera-upgrade Rachel’s Kitchen.

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