UnCommons, a vibrant 40-acre campus in Southwest Las Vegas, will encourage visitors to explore its dynamic eateries through its new food passport program, available for one month only. Available from Monday, March 25 through Saturday, April 20, UnCommons’ passport holders will be encouraged to experience the community’s exceptional food and beverage destinations, plus a chance to win a $500 gift card.

Restaurants located throughout UnCommons will offer visitors physical passports, which will be stamped when guests make a purchase at any participating destination. Visitors must collect a total of four stamps, each from a different eatery, before they can submit their passport to the drop box in The Quad, UnCommons’ central courtyard area, to enter a giveaway for the chance to win a $500 gift card to the establishment of their choice. Guests can submit unlimited entries. Winners will be announced each week starting on Friday, March 29, and continue on Friday, April 5 and Friday, April 12. Additional winners will be chosen each day during the final week of Monday, April 15 through Sunday, April 21.


Participating restaurants at UnCommons include AMARI Italian Kitchen & Wine Shop, which serves reimagined Italian-American cuisine; The Sundry,  a distinctive food hall experience by Michael Mina; General Admission, a hip  sports lounge and restaurant; Wineaux, a wine market and bar with a thoughtfully selected and robust wine collection; Todo Bien, a tiki tequilería that serves picturesque tropical cocktails; Urth Caffe, craft coffee house; SunLife Organics, a health-centric eatery that serves organic superfood bowls, smoothies and cold-pressed juices; Mercadito, neighborhood bodega; Teaspoon, the popular West Coast café known for its handcrafted boba tea; All’Antico Vinaio, the legendary Florentine sandwich shop; and Salt & Straw, the popular beloved ice cream shop. To learn more about the food passport program, visit UnCommons on Facebook and Instagram, or visit any participating restaurant. 


“A central part of our vision for UnCommons has always been for it to be home to renowned culinary brands that redefine expectations in a connected, neighborhood setting,” said Jim Stuart, partner at Matter Real Estate Group. “We are thrilled to house a strong lineup of culinary excellence that our residents, tenants and the broader community can readily enjoy.”


UnCommons presents a hotbed of local, regional and international culinary talent in the bustling southwest Las Vegas district, many of which have recently opened, including the legendary Florentine sandwich shop, all’Antico Vinaio; General Admission;Todo Bien, an immersive tiki tequilería; and Wineaux, a wine market, bar and escape.


For more information about UnCommons, visit www.UnCommons.com