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There is no better location for a restaurant that is named after a Japanese-gambling-arcade game than the heart of Las Vegas.
While mystery shrouds this exciting new restaurant, Nevadans can expect exceptional eats and drinks from Colin Fukunaga, the owner of Fukuburger, which serves “all-American burgers with a Japanese twist for those who don’t take life too seriously.”
Pachinko Pub will certainly exceed all expectations given the delicious reputation that precedes it, such as Fukuburger’s Tamago burger, which consists of an all-beef Fukupatty topped with a fried runny egg, furikake, crispy onion strings, and finished with teriyaki and wasabi mayo. Talk about an explosion of flavors. The mind wanders, but trust in Fukunaga because he will absolutely deliver.
Although Pachinko Pub does not yet have an official online presence, you can find its ghostly trails on Fukuburger’s Twitter.
Two weeks ago, in response to Dapper Cos.’ posted photo of construction at 201, Fukuburger tweeted “Can’t wait to see what y’all are building.” The winking face emoji at the end of the tweet said it all.
On Tuesday, Fukuburger retweeted Dapper Cos.’s link to an article covering its $30 million Downtown Las Vegas project. According to Eater Las Vegas, the real estate development company from J Dapper “started construction on the 43,913 square-foot office and retail building and 85,429-square-foot parking garage,” which was formerly the Nevada Savings and Loan Association Building.
Although owner Fukunaga was not available for comment on Friday, Dapper Cos. aims to open the building in 2022.
Until then, be sure to check back in with us for updates as we dig into the tantalizing mystery of Pachinko Pub.