On Friday, the Las Vegas Strip’s newest nightclub Sugarcane opened its doors inside the Palazzo Resort-Hotel-Casino. Sugarcane blends Japanese and Brazilian themes for a truly unique club. Rather than standard go-go or cage dancers, Sugarcane’s entertainment will include capoeira exhibitions, samba dancers, geishas, Japanese taiko drummers and models dressed as soccer players from Brazil.
The 4,000 square foot club is festooned with bamboo, resin, paper, and smoked and frosted acrylic details. 4,000 cylindrical lighted sugarcanes that extend down from the ceiling provide a dramatic artistic touch. And Brazilian graffiti artist Felipe Yung has also left spray-painted touches around the club.
As you might expect from a Las Vegas club, Sugarcane will feature an impressive array of cocktails. Among them is Sugarcane’s Cocktail Tree, a $70 wrought-iron tree that features four samples of three different drinks for a total of twelve top tipples. Sake bottle service will appeal to bottle service devotees, while specialty cocktails will blend Japanese, Brazilian and Peruvian influences.
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