Chef Vic Moea, also known Vic Vegas, shuttered his Maryland Parkway sandwich shop in December, but is relocating 15 miles to the west of the UNLV neighborhood to a new destination in Spring Valley.
Highlighted by recipes from his mother and grandmother, the 2,010-square-foot 7 Sinful Subs replaces the closed cafe and live entertainment concept, Kaffe Live. Located at the Apache Plaza, close to the intersection of Fort Apache Road and Tropicana Avenue, the causal spot will join Squeeze In, Philly Cheesesteak, and Streets of New York Pizza.
Promising new menu items, 7 Sinful Subs was true to its name with seven generous options such as the Knuckle Sandwich made with pepperoni and ham topped with melted mozzarella, and the Jive Turkey created with oven-roasted turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, corn on the cob, cranberry sauce, and gravy.
“Not-So-Sinful” choices included a grilled chicken and bleu cheese salad and a Crazy Caprese sandwich. The restaurant also served a small breakfast menu and sides including the “Broken Fingers” chicken fritters and for dessert, funnel cake sticks.
Once hoped to debut in January, then earlier this month, 7 Sinful Subs is currently hiring and intends to be opening soon.