Table 34 is a true off-Strip pioneer that’s been a consistent power-lunch hotspot and neighborhood dinner favorite for over 18 years. So when its longtime proprietors decided to sell the place in 2022, it could easily have signaled the end of an era. Luckily, the new purchasers, Batch Hospitality, understand both the appeal of longtime local institutions and the need to keep things current. (Partner Evan Glussman was raised in his family’s local restaurant Piero’s, while partner Constantin Alexander is a longtime Strip veteran.)
The new regime’s decision to retain nearly the entire front-of-house team has helped maintain a level of consistency for longtime fans, even as new chef Joe Valdez immediately began modernizing and upgrading the Modern American menu. And while the dining room and bar program have gotten makeovers, this is still the Table 34 so many of us remember from years gone by. Just as importantly, prices remain locals-friendly.
Former Review-Journal restaurant critic Heidi Knapp Rinella was among those who named this as a favorite spot in the first Neon Feast survey, conducted in late 2021. She’s clearly still a fan, listing it as one of her go-to spots in an Eater Vegas survey published in December of 2022.