Social House Las Vegas is more than a restaurant—it’s a place to gather with friends and sample some of the best modern Japanese food in the city. Chef Jon Amorin designed an engaging menu combining Old World recipes with modern twists and fresh cuisine. Owners Hakkasan Group, best known for their nightclubs and lounges, added a splash of style to the experience—especially with the décor and the sake tasting experience.
The eatery, which opens for lunch and dinner, is located at Crystals at CityCenter, the district home to the Aria, Vdara, and Mandarin Oriental. At Crystals, CityCenter’s shopping center, high-end retail shops are just steps away from Social House Las Vegas, boasting names like Gucci, Tiffany and Company, and Prada.
Prix Fixe Lunch
Prix Fixe Lunch
During the mid-day, the Social House offers a prix-fixe menu that samples the best of its menu. While guests are enjoying a casual and relaxing meal, they start with their choice of an appetizer—Miso Soup, a Green Salad or Sunomono, a traditional Japanese cucumber dish. The second course brings a choice of chicken, shrimp or vegetable Teriyaki Donburi, Seafood Noodles, steak or salmon Donburui (a rice bowl) or Tonkotsu Ramen. The final element of the fixed-price menus is a sushi roll of the diner's choice. The accompanying cocktail menu puts a twist on old favorites with a Wasabi Bloody Mary, Mothra (a Japanese Bellini), or sparkling Sake.
Social House Dinner Menu
Both at lunch or dinner, the modern Japanese restaurant features a rich menu with diverse choices. Much like Spanish tapas, small plates are the stars of the menu, offering a variety of choices designed to be shared and savored between dining companions. Each waiter is well versed in the menu, ready to give advice and guide you through the experience and bring family-style dishes to the table.
For a modern take on sashimi, consider ordering the Tuna Special. The freshest big-eye tuna comes with a sweet chili sauce, garlic, shallots and Negi onion oil. The Usuzukuri Shiso is an excellent accompaniment to join the Tuna Special—it's a whitefish topped with Miso, Wasabi Oil, and Ooba Shiso. Another favorite blends Yellowtail Tuna with Garlic, Cilantro, and crispy Jalapenos.
Wine and Cocktails
Social House Bar
Social House Las Vegas features a wine list that is as diverse as it is extensive. Prosecco from Italy, Moet & Chandon Champagne from France, Kobai Plum Wine from Japan, and August Kesseler Riesling from Germany tend toward the lighter tastes. The choices for red wines come mainly from California and Australia, including a Byron Pino Noir from the Santa Maria Valley and the Wishing Tree Shiraz from Western Australia. Whether served by the glass or by the bottle, these wines provide an excellent accompaniment to the chic menu at the Social House Las Vegas.
Social House Cocktails
Not surprisingly, Social House also offers a rich list of sakes—served by the carafe, flight or bottle—inspired by the changing seasons of Japan. The menu of cocktails also has modern takes on old favorites. It takes a whole group to tackle one of the signature cocktails. Dubbed Godzilla, the green punch bowl is full of fruit juice and rum.
Social House Dessert Menu
After Salmon Wasabi, Kobe Sliders, or any of the other dishes have been cleared from the table, a dessert will provide a sweet end to the experience. Like the entrees, the sweet treats are designed to be shared and combined. Mango Pudding, Sorbet, Panko-Crusted Truffle Cake, and Mochi Ice Cream all provide a fabulous way to finish off a visit to Social House Las Vegas.