SushiSamba and Sugarcane Debut in Las Vegas

SUSHISAMBA

SushiSamba and the Sugarcane lounge have opened at the Palazzo Las Vegas on the retail level of The Shoppes at The Palazzo. SushiSamba offers inventive fare that unites Brazilian flavors, Japanese technique and Peruvian culinary traditions on one plate.

At 14,000 square feet, the restaurant will offer a dining room that seats 150 people, a 21-person sushi bar and a main bar accommodating 35 people. Guests are greeted by an architectural glass façade. Dramatic 16-foot ceilings create a soaring atrium that houses the main restaurant space: a vibrant, Brazilian Carnaval-inspired environment. Artful projections move continuously on scrims and walls, with visuals featuring the colors, flavors, and cultures of Japan, Brazil, and Peru.

Also set to debut will be Sugarcane lounge, the first extension of SushiSamba’s New York lounge concept. A dark corridor leads guests to the Sugarcane lounge, a Brazilian, favela-inspired, late-night space with a stage, dance floor and DJ booth. The VIP area includes plush seating, mood lighting and Third World relics. The lounge has 174 seats and a VIP section seating 20 people. Visit www.sushisamba.com.

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