Popular Hawaiian-style concept to to host grand pre-opening celebration for its first Nevada location
It’s lucky #1 for Las Vegas diners, as Mo’ Bettahs Hawaiian Style Food makes its Nevada debut this Friday, Nov. 10.
The brand’s 47th location nationwide, Mo’ Bettahs will serve up an authentic Hawaiian island barbeque experience at 1020 E. Craig Road, Suite 100 N, near the Cannery Casino & Hotel and My Place Hotel in North Las Vegas.
On Thursday, Nov. 9, Mo’ Bettahs hosted a celebratory pre-opening Friends & ’Ohana event with free plate lunches, a DJ playing music, free Mo’ Bettahs swag, and partners like Aloha Shoyu passing out Teri Sauce bottles and delicious samples.
The doors will open Friday at 10 a.m. and Mo’ Bettahs founders Kimo and Kalani Mack will be onsite to celebrate the grand opening with the crowd. The first 50 guests will receive free SPAM Musubi for a year, in honor of the popular Hawaiian snack recently added to the brand’s menu. This treat consists of a block of white rice seasoned with furikake, topped with a fried slice of SPAM, then glazed in Teri Sauce and wrapped in a nori seaweed blanket.
“Mo’ Bettahs and Las Vegas are the perfect match,” said Kimo Mack. “With so many ties to Hawaii, this community knows a good plate lunch when they see one – and we’re excited to offer them an authentic taste of the islands. We have two locations coming to Las Vegas this month, and our Mo’ Bettahs team can’t wait to dish up the grindz and the aloha to this great city!”
At Mo’ Bettahs, guests can immerse themselves in the island culture with authentic Hawaiian-style food, using only the finest ingredients. Guests can enjoy Hawaiian staples like its traditional plate lunch, featuring their choice of Mo’ Bettahs delectable meats – grilled teriyaki chicken or steak, kalua pig, pulehu chicken, katsu chicken or shrimp tempura – paired with the brand’s one-of-a-kind macaroni salad and steamed rice.
This restaurant’s operating hours are Monday to Saturday, 10:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. Mo’ Bettahs’ second Nevada location will be opening to the Southern Highlands area in December.
To learn more about Mo’ Bettahs and to view the full menu, visit mobettahs.com.
Mo’ Bettahs was founded in Bountiful, Utah in 2008 by Kimo and Kalani Mack with a goal of providing guests with an authentic Hawaiian island barbeque experience, just like they enjoyed while growing up in O’ahu, Hawai’i. Mo’ Bettahs serves the plate lunch with an authentic Hawaiian experience, with items like freshly grilled teriyaki chicken and steak, kalua pig, deep-fried katsu chicken, homemade macaroni salad and steamed rice. Since partnering with Savory Restaurant Fund, Mo’ Bettahs has grown to 46 locations in Utah, Idaho, Oklahoma, Texas, Missouri, and Kansas. Mo’ Bettahs has plans to spread the aloha spirit to more communities through continued expansion in the coming months and years. Mo’ Bettahs offers dine-in, takeout and catering. For more information, visit Mo’ Bettahs’ website or follow on Instagram, Facebook or Twitter.
Savory Fund is an innovative private equity firm that combines over $600 million in assets under management with a growth playbook and expertise that has been developed over 15 years of operating in the restaurant industry. Savory partners with high-potential, profitable, emerging restaurant brands, to deliver financial capital, industry expertise, growth and revenue opportunities, profitability enhancements and new location development. The Savory team contributes directly to all aspects of growth and replication by using a proven playbook and methodology. Founder involvement in the expansion of a brand is a central theme of the Savory approach as founders carry the tribal knowledge around the uniqueness that has energized early success and is essential to future growth. The Savory Fund is currently invested in 10 brands: Swig, R&R BBQ, Pincho, Via 313 Pizzeria, Houston TX Hot Chicken, Mo’ Bettahs Hawaiian Style Food, 86 Repairs, Saigon Hustle, Hash Kitchen, and The Sicilian Butcher. For more information, visit SavoryFund.com.
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