Paid for Parking? Drink Your Feelings Away with Free Sake Bombs at Sake Rok


Sake Rok Offers Complimentary Round of Sake Bombs to Guests with Local IDs and Parking Stubs

LAS VEGAS, January 26, 2017 – Sake Rok, the hottest entertainment dining restaurant on the Las Vegas Strip, is offering a complimentary round of signature Sake Bombs to guests that show their local ID and a parking stub. As long as guests are joining Sake Rok for lunch or dinner (event nights included) and one person at the table can show a time and date-stamped parking stub as well as proof of Nevada residency, up to four guests of legal drinking age at the table will receive a Sake Bomb on the house.

“Sake Rok is owned and operated by Las Vegas locals, so we want to make sure all our local friends know we value and appreciate them coming to join us for an amazing dining experience. That’s why we are offering our signature Sake Bombs, complimentary, for any table who dines with us and shows local ID & a parking ticket,” said Albert Mack, Sake Rok CEO. “We hope this will take guests’ minds off the ‘pay for parking’ and put it back on just having a fun night out on the town.”

Sake Bombs are made by dropping Sake Rok’s private-label sake into a glass of Kirin. Still not sure how to do a Sake Bomb? No problem! Sake Rok’s emcee made this instructional video to walk guests through the process.

Located at MGM Resorts’ The Park, Sake Rok encourages guests to park at New York-New York or Monte Carlo; however, the restaurant will redeem this local promotion with proof of any parking ticket from the surrounding resorts.

About Sake Rok:

Sake Rok, the hottest restaurant on the Las Vegas Strip, combines Japan’s vibrant pop culture and fashion scene with over-the-top theatrics for an experience part culinary, part performance and completely unique. The menu boasts a variety of playful Japanese favorites with unique twists to the flavor profiles. Accompanying the menu, is a beverage program that includes sake cocktails, shareable punch bowls and the signature Sake Bomb with private-label sake. As the sun goes down, the party gets pumped up and sushi is served with a side of spontaneous dance battles, lip-sync serenades and restaurant-wide revelry.

Media Contact

Kate Stowell

Sake Rok Media and Public Relations Manager