Chubby Cattle set for a 2017 opening (Denver Post)

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The Sin City will meet the Mile High City in 2017. Chubby Cattle — a Las Vegas-based, conveyor-belt hot-pot restaurant — recently signed a lease on a space at 2 Broadway with plans for an early 2017 opening.   Hot pots are a traditional Asian stew that feature a simmering steel pot of stock in the center of a table, and ingredients are added and cooked as desired. The refrigerated conveyor belt at Chubby Cattle will pass ingredients by tables…

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Finally, a restaurant that doesn’t body shame – Chubby Cattle (Dim and Sweaty)

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Today I cover another restaurant that doesn't need more press, because the Chubby Cattle restaurant is already, to quote Mugatu, "so hot right now." Chubby Cattle is a Chinese hot pot restaurant with a conveyor belt. Because I am not from China or Mongolia, I am not in a position to tell you whether this is a traditional set up or if this is new-fangled. I guess it doesn't matter.   If you have had the Japanese version of hot…

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Chubby Cattle, a Conveyor-Belt Hot-Pot Restaurant, Coming to Broadway (Westword)

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When the Walnut Room at Broadway and Ellsworth Avenue closed last August, it was only a matter of time before someone snatched up the desirable corner location in the heart of one of Denver's hottest destination bar and restaurant districts. What's coming is far from the expected upscale taqueria, wood-fired pizzeria or burger bar, however. Instead, the neighborhood will get a Chinese hot-pot restaurant with a refrigerated conveyor-belt system that delivers traditional dishes in a high-tech setting. The restaurant goes…

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Chubby Cattle serves hot pots on a conveyer belt in Las Vegas (Las Vegas Review-Journal)

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It is Southern Nevada’s first — and, apparently, only — conveyor-belt restaurant. Maybe you’ve heard of such spots, many of which are overseas. Generally they serve sushi, with customers snagging their choices from the belt.   It’s the same principle at Chubby Cattle. There, too, the food going by on the conveyor belt is raw, but most of it isn’t meant to be eaten that way. This is a Chinese hot pot restaurant, which means customers are seated in front…

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