Can L.A.’s Trendy Pan Am Dining Experience Make a Landing on the Las Vegas Strip?

One vintage 747, and an even bigger idea

For $300 a head, the Pan Am Experience recreates dinner aboard a 747, circa 1970. Mike Kelley / Air Hollywood

For the past three years, adventurous gourmands, wealthy eccentrics and Hollywood A-listers have clamored for seats in what just might be L.A.’s most exclusive restaurant. Bestia? The Edmon? Providence? Nah—those power scenes are merely for the rich and famous. The truly adventurous have been competing for a reservation at the Pan Am Experience.

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@UpperEastRob robert.klara@adweek.com Robert Klara is a senior editor, brands at Adweek, where he specializes in covering the evolution and impact of brands.
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