Avation-Themed Restaurant and Lounge to Open at West Sahara Promenade

Verified Las Vegas will offer a mix of modern "American/Euro-style" cuisine
Photo: Official

Located on the southeast corner of S Cimarron Road and West Sahara Avenue, shopping center West Sahara Promenade is the future home of a new aviation-themed restaurant, bar, and lounge concept. Verified Las Vegas will offer a high class VIP experience with a full bar, lounge, and a mix of modern American and Caribbean cuisine.

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“Growing up, I loved aviation. My favorite movie was Catch Me if You Can,” owner Torian Duncan told What Now on Monday. Verified Las Vegas will follow that theme closely. “Our waitresses are ‘Verified’ Flight attendants and our bussers wear aviation jumpsuits,” said Duncan. “The menu looks like a passport.”

Following with the theme, the brand’s Red Eye is brunch; Standby equals dinner entrees; Departures are cocktails; Flights are bottles. The menu will feature dishes like seafood linguine and cajun pasta, with a deep-fried cheesecake dessert called the Bermuda Triangle.

Duncan—who is opening Verified in partnership with co-owner Dr. Janelle Warmington—says to imagine, for example, a VIP restaurant and lounge in the Dubai International Airport. “We’re making it very one-of-a-kind,” he said.

The 7,000-square-foot space has a max capacity of 189 people. It will feature dedicated restaurant, lounge, and bar areas with plenty of art.

At West Sahara Promenade, Verified Las Vegas will join a food and drink community that includes CheeseTime Italian Fusion, Marsigliano’s Pizzeria & More, Krazy Buffet, and Marie Callender’s.

Verified, added Duncan, will be “the restaurant that gives you a boarding pass to take flights all night.”

All clear for takeoff.

Photo: Official
Photo: Official

Neil Cooney

Neil Cooney is a freelance writer. He has received an MFA in Creative Writing from Syracuse University, and his work has been published in the Masters Review. He lives in Nashville, TN, where he spends his free time cooking Korean food and studying chess.
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