Was in Summerlin this past Sunday meeting a friend for coffee at Sambalatte and then got groceries at Whole Foods. I was debating between stocking up on the Whole Foods hot bar but decided it was worth taking a look at Honey Salt since I was already in the neighborhood. After hearing the buzz around the place, and walking in by myself on at 1 am on Sunday, prime brunch time, I was shocked to be seated right away. I chose to sit at the bar since I was by myself, but there were actually a lot of tables available too. I’d been looking forward to trying this place out because the owners were locals, participating in Life is Beautiful, and also had an emphasis on farm to table.
The decor was fine and the bar tenders were nice enough. I decided to splurge a little since I was already there and got the Green Goodness Juice ($8). Normally I try not to order drinks at restaurants. For my main course, I ordered the Breakfast Pizza, topped with scrambled eggs, cheddar cheese, spinach, and apple-wood smoke bacon ($14).
Sorry for the blurry picture, but I wasn’t really paying attention. Maybe I’m not a juice connoisseur, but I didn’t find the Green Goodness to be particularly amazing. Nothing about it made it stand out from similar juices I’ve had in other places, both for less cost and more volume. The pizza was delicious, and I think there were some additional seasonings present in there too.
Rating- 4/5 Tough rating from me. Probably would have been higher if I hadn’t gotten the juice. Service was great and the space itself was very well kept.
Price range – Medium range. $10-$15 for an entree. Not cheap but not expensive.
Location – Summerlin
Recommendation – Worth checking out and I’ll definitely go again to explore more. I’ve heard too many good things to not come back.