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Healthy Restaurant Closes in Henderson, but a Hawaiian Joint Is on the Way

“American Asian fusion, ramen & Hawaiian food” is next


Less than a year after its debut in Henderson, healthy fast-casual restaurant Lacuna has shuttered at the St. Rose Coronado retail hub.

Promising the 2,000-square-foot restaurant is “temporarily closed while we restructure our management,” the menu was designed by Catherine Baquirin and Brett Boyer, formerly of Oakland, California’s Ramen Shop. A possible return date has not been revealed.

Featuring “antibiotic and hormone free” ingredients, “no hidden” extras and “protein forward” wraps and bowls, Lacuna sat next door to the steakburgers, melts, and fries of Steak’N Shake.

Located close to the intersection of St. Rose and Paseo Verde parkways, the center is hoping to lure at least three more dining tenants, and has already set aside space for a stand-alone drive thru.

First to arrive will be the fast casual 8 Kitchen, featuring room inside for 50 diners and built around a menu of “modern American Asian fusion, ramen & Hawaiian food.” Currently hiring, a projected opening date has not been announced.

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