Last Updated on January 11, 2023
Sugarcane Raw Bar & Grill Las Vegas is a brasserie-style restaurant serving globally inspired small plates tapas style. The restaurant focuses on three concepts – an open-fire grill, a raw bar, and a traditional kitchen. Trust us. You’ll want to stay awhile.
Serving open-fire grilled fare alongside a raw bar serving sushi and a traditional kitchen crafting weekend brunch favorites is a unique design that sets Sugarcane apart from other Las Vegas dining spots.
- Menu & Prices
- Hours & Reservations
- Dress Code
- Location & Map
With a casual feel, excellent service, and fresh ingredients, it’s easy to stay awhile at Sugarcane. This honest review will highlight some of the best menu items at the restaurant so you can order with confidence from date night to last-minute brunch.
Menu & Prices
The everyday brunch menu is available daily from open until 4 PM. From pastries and savory breakfast favorites to raw seafood, there’s something for everyone on the everyday brunch menu.
Start your meal with bottomless mimosas and an appetizer like warm cinnamon sugar churros or a flaky guava and cheese pastry. Bottomless mimosas are $25 per person. Appetizers start at $11.
The raw bar is also available for brunch. This includes shellfish towers, raw sushi, shrimp ceviche, a poke bowl, seasonal oysters, and shrimp cocktail.
Add a side of breakfast potatoes, fresh fruit, sausage, bacon, or eggs to complete your brunch.
Snacks & Apps
Start your meal right with small plates of snacks and apps. Crispy polenta with truffle mayonnaise, corn ribs with spicy sticky sauce, and goat cheese croquettes with guava jam are some of the most popular snacks & apps.
There are seven snacks & apps in total, with prices ranging from $11 to $15.
Grill & More
The grill & more section of the dinner menu includes open-fire grill favorites like beef short ribs with kimchi pickles and grilled shrimp with sweet garlic, smoked paprika, and charred bread. You’ll also find the Sugarcane Caesar and Wedge fresh salads.
There are 15 items in this section of the dinner menu, with prices starting at $16 and going up to $65.
Considering the name of this restaurant, it’s no surprise that the Raw Bar is one of the most popular parts of the menu.
Yellowfin tuna tartare with yuzu kosho, avocado purée, and sesame seeds have light flavors. The hamachi pizza with yuzu aioli, heirloom tomato, red onion, chives, cilantro, and spicy ponzu packs a surprising amount of heat that’s complimented by the fresh veggies.
There are six items in this part of the menu, with prices ranging from $18 to $24.
Veggies & More
Add more veggies to your meal with a selection of Brussels sprouts, asparagus, seasonal mushrooms, sweet corn, and fingerling potatoes. While these might sound like vegetables you prepare at home, they’re full of flavor that will leave you excited for the next bite!
Corn is served with spicy mayo, cotija cheese, and lime salt. Brussel sprouts are prepared with sweet soy, aged balsamic, and orange segments. Safe to say, the way Sugarcane prepares its veggies is not the same way you prepare them on a regular night at home.
Veggie sides are $13 or $14, depending on which vegetable you choose.
There are three types of crispy rice offered, each costing $19.
The first is spicy tuna crispy rice with chives, Japanese spices, and spicy aioli. Next is the Hamachi crispy rice with Japanese spices, chives, and truffle oil. Finally, there’s torched salmon crispy rice with togarashi, ponzu, sriracha, spicy mayo, and crispy shallots.
Share a shellfish tower with your group for a fun and delicious dining experience. The small tower serves 2-3 people, while the large tower serves 4-6 people.
A small tower includes six oysters, six shrimp, six mussels, ½ a lobster, and ½ pound of opilio crab. The large tower includes the same items but double the amount.
Celebrate happy hour daily from 3-6 PM and from 10 PM to Midnight on Fridays and Saturdays. The happy hour menu is available at the bar and features a curated selection of discount food and drinks.
The food on the Happy Hour menu is small bites that make for the perfect afternoon snack with your cocktail. Goat cheese croquettes, bacon-wrapped dates, seasoned fries, and shrimp cocktails are among the Happy Hour food offerings.
Get your pick of 3 draft beers for $7 per serving or three types of wine for $8 per glass. Six cocktails are offered at $8 per glass too.
The beverage selection is extensive and offers tons of variety. Order red, white, or sparkling wines by the bottle or sip a freshly poured draft beer. There’s a handful of bottled/canned beers available that are produced in California or Nevada too.
Try the Spice of Love or Strawberry Balsamic for a vodka-based cocktail. The Mexican Lemon Drop makes tequila taste better than ever, while the Garden Essence cocktail highlights premium gin.
Along with the wine, beer, and cocktails offered at Sugar Raw Bar & Grill, they carry a collection of artisanal rum from around the globe.
A good dessert is one of life’s simple pleasures that we all deserve to indulge in from time to time. At Sugarcane, there are plenty of mouth-watering desserts to choose from.
Warm cinnamon sugar churros served with Mexican hot chocolate are the perfect wintertime treat. If you want something a bit lighter and brighter, try the key lime donuts with kaffir lime sugar and meringue or housemade sorbet with yuzu, mango, and strawberry.
Embrace your Vegas experience with an Elvis-inspired dessert called The Full Elvis. This includes a whole milk waffle topped with PBJ, caramelized banana, chantilly cream, and all the trimmings. If you’re a chocolate fiend, the Nutella sundae with Nutella ice cream, a Nutella brownie, and carmelized popcorn & banana will be the perfect fit.
There are also two dessert-style cocktails on the menu, The SUGARCANE Grasshopper with the perfect blend of mint and chocolate flavors or the Deja Brew with espresso and Mexican chocolate.
Hours & Reservations
The restaurant is open Sunday – Thursday from 8:30 AM to 11 PM. On Fridays and Saturdays, the restaurant is open from 8:30 AM to 12 AM.
Reservations are not required, but it’s a good idea, especially on the weekends during brunch and dinner. You can make reservations easily online via Open Table. If you’re inviting guests for a special event, the lounge, main dining room, and private dining room can be reserved to accommodate your group.
Contact Michael Durovsik in guest relations to discuss large group reservations by calling 702-414-2263.
The dress code for Sugarcane Raw Bar & Grill is casual.
This makes it easy for guests shopping at the Grand Canal Shoppes or gambling at The Venetian casino to stop in without worrying about their outfits.
Location & Map
Sugarcane Raw Bar & Grill is located near the Venetian casino floor. Next to the box office for Venetian Theatre, you’ll see High Limit Table Salon and The Venetian Cage. Walk past these two spots, and you’ll see it on the right-hand side.
It’s marked as location 105 on the Venetian Map.
Does Sugarcane Raw Bar & Grill Las Vegas serve the same menu as the Midtown Miami location?
The menu is similar, but not the same.
For instance, the Miami location serves snapper ceviche with aji Amarillo, sweet potato, and cancha corn, but the Las Vegas location does not.
Is there outdoor seating at Sugarcane Raw Bar & Grill?
No, outdoor seating is only at the Miami location.
Does Sugarcane Raw Bar & Grill require reservations?
Walk-ins are welcome, and reservations are not required. The great service keeps people moving in and out with ease, although reservations are recommended for large groups.
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