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3325 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas
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Walk into Wakuda and you'll find that the glowing lanterns and neon lights immediately set the tone for a high-energy night out (no matter how sluggish you might still be feeling from the night before). Sure, you’ll find some of the freshest sushi in town, with king salmon from New Zealand that’s topped with a pinch of yuzu kosho, but Wakuda is more than just a glamorous sushi bar. The grilled meats, such as the $175, 10-ounce Tasmanian washu ribeye are also worth the splurge. If you want to totally ball out—and chances are you might, since you’re in Vegas—consider the $500 per person omakase that’s served in a secret dining room. And no matter how full you may be, always say yes to the soft serve miso ice cream.

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