Whist Stove and Spirits and Due & Proper, located at The District at Green Valley Ranch, celebrated its grand opening on Tuesday night.
The celebration began with a ribbon cutting ceremony by Ryan Doherty, Justin Weniger, Kenna Warner and Pete Kaufman of Whist Stove and Spirits and Due & Proper, Executive Chef Ricardo Romo and the Henderson Chamber of Commerce. The two eclectically chic venues celebrated with a packed house of Henderson business owners, industry executives and media VIPs. Prominent guests included world famous photographer, Peter Lik, Zappos.com CEO, Tony Hsieh and Jesse Waits, co-owner of Tryst at Encore and XS at Wynn.
Guests sipped on signature cocktails from both venues, including Whist’s Aunt Ruby’s Slipper and Ladies’ First, and Due & Proper’s Dead Rabbit and Natives. Servers passed a variety of appetizers, including Fish Nuggets with housemade tartar sauce, Deviled Eggs, Curried Chicken Skewers, Sausage Crostini, and Miniature Chocolate Doughnuts.
ABOUT WHIST STOVE AND SPIRITS
Whist Stove and Spirits is located at 2235 Village Walk Drive Henderson, Nev. 89052, at The District at Green Valley Ranch. More information is available at www.whiststove.com, on Facebook at www.facebook.com/whiststove, on Twitter and Instagram @WhistStove on Twitter and by calling (702) 307-2694. Reservations and large party bookings are available.
ABOUT DUE & PROPER
Due & Proper, located at 2235 Village Walk Drive Henderson, Nev. 89052 in The District at Green Valley Ranch, is open 24-hours a day, offering breakfast, lunch, dinner and late-night dining. More information is available at www.dueandproper.com, on Facebook at www.facebook.com/dueandproperbar, on Twitter and Instagram @DueandProperLV or by calling (702) 307-2714.
PHOTO CREDIT: Joe Fury
About The District at Green Valley Ranch
The District at Green Valley Ranch is a mixed-use development in Henderson, Nevada, adjacent to the east of Green Valley Ranch.
Phase 1, the site east of Green Valley Ranch and on the west side of Green Valley Parkway opened in April 2004. Phase II, located on the east side of Green Valley Parkway opened with six buildings, 104,500 square feet (9,710 m2) of retail shops and 51,300 sq ft (4,770 m2) of office-over-retail space. – Wikipedia