Daniel’s Coffee closes at Silverado Ranch, but Nakata Sushi & Japanese Food is on its way
Daniel’s Coffee & More, the home of “No Drama, Just Coffee,” has moved to New York after two years on Silverado Ranch Boulevard, but a long-empty space will soon welcome a highly anticipated new tenant. Nakata Market of Japan takes over vacant Silverado Gallery Mall property with a restaurant focused on casual Japanese cuisine. The self-proclaimed “Las Vegas Best Japanese Market” plans to launch Nakata Sushi & Japanese Food later this fall, the first of two new expansions.
The local staple includes Japanese snacks, groceries, frozen foods, packaged goods, and small takeaways that include shumai, sushi, onigiri, and noodles. The original retail market launched on the West Side in 2008 and opened a second store on Stephanie Street in Henderson late last year. Described as a take-out destination, operators have yet to reveal Summerlin’s promised location for Nakata Sushi & Japanese Food, but early documents show the address at the 1930 Village Center near Mazzoa Donuts.
Daniel’s Coffee area is equipped with drive-thru and the cafe has gained followers for its lavender drinks. The replacement for the 2,000-square-foot Daniel’s Coffee has yet to be announced. The company resumed operations at 1050 Third Avenue in Manhattan, a short walk from 62nd Street.