Break Your Chopsticks But Not Your Bank Account with SUSHISAMBA’s Happy Hour Recession Menu

SUSHISAMBA in The Shoppes in The Palazzo

SUSHISAMBA in The Shoppes in The Palazzo

Stop singing the bailout blues and step into SUSHISAMBA in The Shoppes at The Palazzo for the newest budget-conscious fare to hit Las Vegas, the SUSHISAMBA Happy Hour Recession Menu, available at the bar.

Beginning Sunday, November 23, Las Vegas’s favorite Japanese, Brazilian and Peruvian-inspired establishment will offer a happy hour bites priced by the hour – and let’s just say it ‘pays’ to be early. On Sundays through Thursdays, early birds can drop in at 4pm for $4 bites and 5pm for $5 bites. At 6pm prices go to $6 and at 7pm, $7. Catch ‘Happy Hour in Reverse’ starting from 11pm, when all prices are reduced again to $5. In addition to aperitivo specials, sip a SUSHISAMBA signature cocktails for $5, or enjoy one of the many discounted wine and sake glasses.

The markets are in turmoil and the economy is uncertain, but with SUSHISAMBA’s delectable cost-conscious options you won’t leave hungry – and neither will your piggy bank.


Shishito Peppers

Soy Glazed Edamame

Salt and Pepper Squid
dry miso, schimi, sea salt and smoked alioli

Salmon Taquitos
mustard miso, wasabi crema, bacon

Moqueca Bites
lemon alioli

Mini Seviches
Yellowtail – ginger, garlic, soy
Tuna – grapefruit juice, jalapeño, almond
Shrimp – passionfruit, cucumber, cilantro

Chicken Anticuchos – aji amarillo

Salmon Avocado Roll
Spicy Tuna Roll
Shrimp Tempura Roll
Assorted Vegetable Tempura

Caprinhia – $5
Sambatini – $5
Selected Wines & Sake by the glass $5

Located inside The Shoppes at The Palazzo, SUSHISAMBA strip offers inventive fare uniting bold Brazilian flavors, precise Japanese technique and exquisite Peruvian culinary traditions on one plate. In addition to the Las Vegas location, SUSHISAMBA also has outposts in New York, Chicago, Miami and Tel Aviv. Reservations can be made by calling (702) 607-0700; all major credit cards are accepted. For more information, visit

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