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First Word: Sagos Tavern to Bring Baja to Seoul Plaza

Seoul Plaza food to be delivered to your Sagos bar stool in Chinatown.

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Sagos Tavern
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You might know it as Ozzie's or Kilroy's, but by the end of March you won't recognize the corner bar at the legendary Seoul Plaza in Chinatown.

Local's favorite Sagos Baja Tavern & Lounge is expanding to the strip mall home of stellar dining tenants like Aburiya Raku, Sweets Raku, Monta Ramen, Trattoria Nakamura Ya, Kabuto and Curry Zen.

Sagos will take full advantage of this fortune and owner Jason Godfrey explains they "plan to work with some of the amazing neighboring restaurants to have food ordered and delivered to Sagos patrons."

The original Sagos location in Spring Valley debuted in 2006 and is family owned and Vegas born. The Baja-themed sports bar boasts 170-inch and 204-inch projection TVs. It has also gained a reputation for their happy hour deals and the looseness of their gaming. The Chinatown address will feature 15 video poker machines.

Working to open with the next few weeks, early test runs will still be under the Kilroy's name, before officially re-launching as Sagos Tavern.

Ozzie's

5020 Spring Mountain Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89146 (702) 368-3870

Sagos

4790 South Fort Apache Road, , NV 89147 (702) 257-2467 Visit Website

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