If you live in Las Vegas and you haven’t heard of Sake Rok, then you’ve obviously been living under a rock! Currently, located at The Park in front of the T-Mobile Arena in between Park MGM and New York New York, Sake Rok is not only a restaurant in the middle of the action, but also a spot where the action can be found. Known for its combined atmosphere of food, music and Japanese-inspired theatrics, Sake Rok is a Las Vegas favorite among tourists and locals alike. The restaurant is open for lunch and dinner, and also has a late-night bar so you can enjoy fresh sushi and private label sake day and night.
The place is dubbed to be one of the most vibrant night-life experience restaurants on the strip, with a disclaimer on their website that gives a fair warning to guests: “You're about to be immersed in a night of food, music and theatrics. Enjoy dining like you have never experienced before. Sake Bombs, Dance Parties and Restaurant Wide Revelry...Be warned, you may get Sake Rok'd!”
Among the notable elements of the restaurant, its newest addition to their events list has become the talk of the town. The restaurant is now hosting its first-ever ROK n’ ROLLIN’ Sushi Class taught exclusively by Sake Rok’s Executive Chef, Sung Park.
Guests are now invited to attend a first-hand experience to learn the best sushi rolling methods from the master himself while creating 4 of the restaurant’s most popular sushi rolls: the California Roll, Salmon & Avocado Roll, Spicy Tuna Roll and a “Specialty Roll.”
Not only is each participant able to take home their handcrafted sushi creations, but the first 50 guests will also receive a Sake Rok swag bag that comes with a Sake Rok sushi mat, a Hachimaki (headband), chopsticks and a 10% discount on their next visit.
If you want to take a stab at becoming a sushi rollin’ pro, check out the Sake Rok ROK n’ ROLLIN’ Sushi Class on Saturdays at 12 p.m. or 2 p.m.