Like any fashionista will tell you, there's a certain transformation that takes place between day and night. Sake Rok takes the same approach. At night, the sushi restaurant transforms into a social gathering you'd think you would see at the Moulin Rouge in Paris. Part culinary, part performance; this restaurant belongs in the Entertainment Capital of the World. The master of ceremonies invites guests to join in on the party with restaurant-wide sake bombs, dance parties and lip-sync serenades, which is basically our nightly routine.
With great drinks, comes great food. Godzilla might've started out destroying cities, but now it's the mightiest sushi platter in all the land. It comes with five specialty rolls and the chef's selection of eight-piece sashimi/nagiri combination, or a 40-piece sashimi platter of chef's selects. Time to fast for a couple days; our stomachs will need all the room it can get. Bring it on Godzilla, we can take you.
Sit out on the mezzanine and let the people watching begin. Depending on how late (or early) you arrive, you'll see a bunch of stumblers that'll make great stories for your friends at home.
Sake Rok at The Park is more than dinner; it's an experience that might just inspire a whole new wardrobe.