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Lacuna To Debut Healthy Fast-Food Soon

A “protein forward” menu and “ancient grains flat bread”

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Almost ready to officially debut, a new healthy fast-food concept is preparing to serve “made from scratch and fresh-to-order” dishes in Henderson.

Lacuna will feature a menu created by Catherine Baquirin and Brett Boyer, formerly of the highly regarded Ramen Shop in Oakland, California, where Boyer forged a stand-out role as pastry chef.

The Las Vegas venture moves into the Sansone St. Rose Coronado Office Park annex, close to the intersection of St. Rose and Paseo Verde Parkways and next door to a Steak’N Shake.

Currently still testing the restaurant before an announced opening date, future operating hours have yet to be revealed, but guests can expect “antibiotic and hormone free” ingredients, “no hidden” extras and a “protein forward” wraps and bowls menu featuring “fresh greens and ancient grains flat bread.”

Already previewed, the “Keep Calm and Vegan On,” made with “roasted sesame tofu, braised black beans, mild quinoa, shredded carrot, and raw pecans on patch-picked cabbage” and the “Machu Picchu” prepared with “spiced quinoa, sweet cranberries, avocado, cucumber, and toasted garlic chickpeas on whole leaf spinach.”

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