Sake Rok Las Vegas Sushi Vegas Strip Restaurant

Meet, Eat, Drink: Sake Rok Las Vegas

MEETINGS + INCENTIVE TRAVEL

A shishito pepper is my first taste of Sake Rok Las Vegas. The sweet, slim capsicum, sautéed with crispy garlic, lime and sea salt, is one of the dishes served at Meeting Professionals International’s World Education Congress (WEC) 2017 opening party, which was held at The Park, an eating and entertainment space at the south end of the Las Vegas Strip.

Sake Rok Las Vegas Sushi Vegas Strip Restaurant

The Las Vegas Strip continues to re-invent itself with new outdoor attractions and updated old favourites

AU ABROAD

The LEDs are bigger and brighter. The food is more diverse. The artworks are more defined. And they even have a sports team now! Yes, the Las Vegas Strip has been an ever-changing beast, but some of the changes across the last two years have been amongst the biggest the Strip has experienced for decades.

Sake Rok Las Vegas Sushi Vegas Strip Restaurant

A New Kind of Dinner Theater

VEGAS SEVEN

“I hug,” is how Sake Rok’s creative director and OG emcee, Jonnis (whose full name is Jonathan Tannis), introduces himself—and then he hugs you. Jonnis earned the OG title because he helped craft the original vision for the entertainment at Sake Rok. And now, from producing the restaurant’s miniature shows to taking the floor as an emcee, he is responsible for infusing Sake Rok with a larger-than-life atmosphere every night.

Sake Rok Las Vegas Sushi Vegas Strip Restaurant

Rok ’n’ Rolling Into a Second Delicious Year

VEGAS SEVEN

It’s been a year since Sake Rok made a splash at The Park, bringing to the city Japan’s vibrant pop culture and the playful side of its cuisine. With a high-energy ambiance, interactive servers and live entertainment, it has become the place to be before or after a show at T-Mobile Arena or Park Theater.

Sake Rok Las Vegas Sushi Vegas Strip Restaurant

Recipe: Cold soba noodles with miso vinaigrette and pickled mushrooms

THE SUNDAY

The time is coming when we’ll shy away from anything hot, and Sake Rok has the perfect antidote. Made from gluten-free buckwheat flour, these chilled soba noodles pack deep flavor, from the dressing’s red miso and sesame oil to the cumin and pinch of sugar adding a pickled dimension to the earthy funk of shimeji mushrooms. It’s comfort food that won’t kill your diet.

Sake Rok Las Vegas Sushi Vegas Strip Restaurant

The Dining Guide

WHERE MAGAZINE

Welcome to the fabulous Las Vegas epicurean experience! Whether you fancy steak, seafood, sushi, cuisine from the hottest celebrity chefs or amazing cocktail creations, you’d be remiss if you didn’t try these 20 dishes and drinks that’ll have you cry “oh my!”

Sake Rok Las Vegas Sushi Vegas Strip Restaurant

There’s a New Strip in Town

URBAN DADDY

This place is like a Japanese warehouse dance party that ran headfirst into sushi, foie-gras-buttered tomahawk steak and sake-spiked punch, shouted, “Well, excuse me,” and carried on, unabated, into the wee hours of the morning. So, basically, it’s fun.