After experiencing major turbulence on our flight from Seattle and about a half hour walking different towers and hallways trying to find our room, we were famished.
We wanted to eat somewhere close so we went downstairs to the casino area in search of a restaurant...any restaurant. After passing a few places that looked as though they were either closed (or on the verge of closing), we came across this cool little place called Sugarcane. This restaurant is located in the Venetian (as it transitions from Palazzo) in the Grand Canal shopping area.
We quickly checked the menu and came to find what looked like island-inspired or global fare. So, in we went and the hostess was able to seat us rather quickly.
From the Hot Kitchen and Open Fire Grill
Because it was so late (almost midnight and they close at 1 a.m.), we didn't want to order a lot of food. So we ordered shareable plates. Portions were small but decent and they were presented artfully on simple dishware.
I didn't take many shots of the interior because, unfortunately, I was tired and hungry and really just wanted to eat. LOL! I can tell you that this restaurant is nicely decorated. The interior kind of reminds me of a Southern plantation with a tropical vibe. Dark beams, checkered flooring, and tropical ceiling fans dressed the space.
Overall, another great experience and this place is perfect for someone to dine solo even! The portions aren't huge (as most dishes we've found, so far, in Vegas restaurants) so one can easily drop in for a quick bite.
For more information on this place, visit sugarcanerawbargrill.com/lasvegas/
~ XOXO, Mari
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