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From Black Angus to Izakaya on Sahara

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A cuisine switcheroo continues on West Sahara Avenue. A 6,500-square-foot, un-named Korean restaurant is prepping to begin construction at 5125 W. Sahara Ave. with $1.38 million of publicly allocated funds for the renovation process.

Inside, expect an an open kitchen and exposed walls. An integral feature will be izakaya-style seating and service circling the restaurant interior. The large dining room will split in two by a single long dining table. Wooden shelves housing pottery are the main design motif.

Formerly home to the generic Asian Pacific Buffet, the building had originally been purpose built for the sole Nevada outpost of the Black Angus Steakhouse chain. The previous tenant's boxy exterior wall design will also be receiving an upgrade when the walls are visually broken up by a series of wooden folding doors.
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Future home of a Korean restaurant. [Photo: Bradley Martin]

Unnamed Korean Restaurant

5125 W. Sahara Ave., Las Vegas, NV

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