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Check Out The Theatrical Scene at Sake Rok at The Park

8 p.m. on a Friday at Sake Rok

Sake Rok
Sake Rok
Amelinda B Lee


Wondering what the performance side of Sake Rok is like? The new Japanese restaurant at The Park combines Japan’s pop culture and fashion scene with some pretty over-the-top theatrics.

At night, an "outlandish and alluring master of ceremonies" keeps the party going, orchestrating the theater. Interactive servers double as live entertainers and invite guests to take part in dance parties, battles and lip-sync serenades.

The music keeps pumping via deejays from Ultra DJs. As the party music pumps, sporadic theatrical vignettes choreographed by JACS Entertainment and dynamic digital content by Space Cadets AV projected on the industrial walls take over the two-floor restaurant.

The design here mixes modern industrial elements with bold, bright and colorful accents. Look for distressed murals inspired by the underground graffiti scene created through a collaborative design project between local Las Vegas firms Tandem and Freddie Ramon Design.

Aside from the main dining room and mezzanine, a private event space, dubbed Sakura Terrace at The Park includes a 1,300-square-foot balcony with views of T-Mobile Arena and the Las Vegas Strip.

Sake Rok

6 Park Avenue, Las Vegas, NV 89109 (702) 706-3022

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