1228 Main (named after its address) gives the Downtown Arts District a world-class bakery, which also operates as a full restaurant as it quietly supplies bread and pastries to all Wolfgang Puck concepts in Las Vegas.
Operated by an experienced team of Strip veterans, 1228 Main first made waves as a breakfast and lunch spot (with a modified menu for the weekend brunch). But the business now operates from morning to night, with roast Jidori chicken and Zabuton steaks among the tempting dishes on the dinner menu. The cocktail bar, which dominates one half of the commissary-style space, gives the Arts District a new option for day drinking, while the cafe side offers a variety of coffee drinks for those who prefer caffeine as their vice.
Regardless of when you visit, the dishes are often a showcase for fresh-baked bread, whether it's a sandwich, burger, chicken pot pie, or simple butter and dip platters. The bakery also makes croissants, Danishes and other fun surprises, including an elevated take on a Pop Tart or a thick pull-apart cookie. Don't leave without taking a few sweets or a few loaves to go.