Transforming The Las Vegas Strip | Sake Rok Las Vegas

Transforming The Las Vegas Strip: New Park, Arena, Restaurants, More

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The Las Vegas Strip is getting a new park, but this is not your typical city park – it contains a slew of new restaurants, attractions, and a 20,000 seat state of the art performance venue, the T-Mobile Arena. Eateries confirmed for the April opening include outposts of Shake Shack and California Pizza Kitchen, along with Bruxie, a fast-casual, gourmet waffle restaurant from California’s Orange County that uses soft, foldable waffles instead of bread for sandwiches. Sake Rok is a Japanese themed eatery and nightspot with a theatrical twist. The menu for lunch and dinner features sushi and sake, while “interactive servers” double as entertainers, spontaneously breaking into dance and lip-sync serenades. Sake Rok will also feature a late-night bar/lounge.