Gold Town Casino, located at 771 S Frontage Rd., will welcome Mister Tater’s Tater Shack to its onsite dining options.
Set to celebrate its grand opening on Tuesday, Dec. 6 at 11 a.m., Mister Tater’s Tater Shack will serve a variety of gourmet loaded baked potatoes, snacks, salads, vegan and breakfast options.
Mister Tater’s Tater Shack at Gold Town Casino will be the third location of the rapidly growing restaurant, joining its first two locations at Aces Bar and Grill in Las Vegas and Henderson.
Founded in early 2022 by friends and business partners, Dustin Brafford, Aaron Bradley, Kelsey Dillon, and Kolten Aleman, the restaurant’s specialty of larger-than-life loaded baked potatoes brings together the comfort of a baked-to-perfection potato with flavorful topping combinations and served in an energetic and friendly atmosphere.
“The addition of Mister Tater’s Tater Shack will bring a delicious new dining experience to our guests and the greater Pahrump community,” said Eliot Ripoll, vice president and general manager of Gold Town Casino. “We look forward to welcoming them and their team members to Gold Town Casino next month.”
The fluffy baked potatoes are topped with a variety of meats, cheeses and toppings that are always prepared in-house. Starting at $13.25, signature taters include “Mammal Style,” topped with ground beef, Thousand Island dressing, tater butter, cheddar cheese and grilled onions; “Chicago Style,” covered with roast beef, au jus, mozzarella, tater butter and spicy giardiniera; and “Down South,” topped with crispy chicken, white gravy, braised greens, Mister Tater’s signature hot sauce, tater butter and onion straws.
The fast-casual restaurant will also serve breakfast taters, such as the “All-American,” a huge crispy tater topped with an egg prepared to preference, cheddar cheese, bacon and a waffle, priced at $11.
Also available are a selection of vegan tater options priced at $13.25, including the black bean sweet potato, topped with beet pico de gallo, black bean corn salsa, cashew cream and cilantro; and the “Southwestern,” a huge tater topped with jackfruit “chicken,” corn salsa, cashew crema, pico de gallo and guacamole.
Guests can also enjoy an assortment of mac and cheeses such as the jalapeno popper mac; signature sides including poutine loaded fries, crispy housemade fries topped with cheese curds and gravy, priced at $13; and housemade desserts including banana pudding and pecan pie.
Guests can also try signature “Zippy” Frozen Lemonades. In addition, a “Spuds” menu is available for children.