Sushi Roxx Rocks Las Vegas meets Tokyo Nights

If you and your crew are looking for a high-energy, turn-up dinner and a show party, you should consider booking a night at Sushi Roxx. The dining concept combines elements of kitschy Tokyo nights decor with Las Vegas-style song and dance performances to serve up an unforgettable night.

The host, servers and nearly every staff member are singers and dancers that entertain guests between taking orders, dropping off dishes and delivering many shots throughout the night.  Be prepared to chair boogie at Sushi Roxx!

cocktails at Sushi Roxx New York City

Upon being seated, the friendly server delivered Truffle Popcorn for us to nibble on as she stepped us through the digital tablet menus.

Cocktails were created by Ray Ortega including the Superbad with bourbon, kumquat, absinthe, allspice, lemon, red wine and mint and the Diamond Cutter with 8-year old Aged Panamanian Rum, rye whiskey, Foro Amaro, black cherry and Angostura bitters.  The cocktails are mainly riffs on classics with some funky twists, they also have large format Party Bowls that are great for group sharing and a signature Big Kahuna served in a pineapple.  There are also several Sake offerings as well as Beers and a solid Wine list for those who don’t indulge in cocktails.

The cocktails are mainly riffs on classics with some funky twists; they also have large format Party Bowls that are great for group sharing and a signature Big Kahuna served in a pineapple. There are also several sake offerings as well as beers and a solid Wine list for those who don’t indulge in cocktails.  Pro-Tip: if you are imbibers like us, we suggest ordering a drink in advance since you don’t want to be without one in hand during the performances.

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The food menus by Executive Chef Edwin Purnomo match the occasion, meaning it is good for groups. We recommend going family style with a few shareable starter dishes such as favorites like Spicy Tuna Crispy Rice, Shishito Peppers, and Rock Shrimp Tempura. Then team up to devour several of their playful specialty rolls with names like the Bruce LeRoy, Godzilla, and Miso Horny.

Sushi at Sushi Roxx Midtown East

Sushi Roxx is definitely a spot you should check out for your next girls night out, birthday celebration, bachelorette party or office group outing. They also have a Happy Hour from 5 pm -7 pm if you want to warm up before the show with discounted Japanese beer, wine, and cocktails as well as various bar bites.

Sushi Roxx details

120 East 39th Street, Midtown East, NYC
(212) 726-9500, sushiroxxnyc.com
Connect on Social Media – @sushiroxxnyc

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