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Located on the second level of the Shoppes at The Palazzo, SUSHISAMBA has a different dress code, based on the time of day. During the afternoon, the fusion restaurant has a more casual vibe to it, while dinnertime and the evening asks for business casual attire after 5 p.m. The restaurant exudes a hip vibe, from the graffiti wall to the combination of Japanese, Brazilian and Peruvian cuisines, so you’ll want to dress to fit the surroundings. When we had lunch at SUSHISAMBA, many other diners strolled in from the Shoppes at The Palazzo in shorts and sandals, so fee free to dress comfortably during the day — but come nighttime, expect a more in-style crowd.
The dress code at SUSHISAMBA, which is located on the second level of the Shoppes at The Palazzo inside Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star The Palazzo Resort Hotel Casino, is casual in the daytime and business casual at night. If you’re stopping by for lunch, a polo shirt or blouse, jeans and sandals will suffice but if you are planning on having dinner, I recommend wearing a flirty dress accompanied by a jacket and heels — it is my go-to outfit choice whenever I dine there. The environment is a fun and sexy one so you’ll want to dress the part. As for men, if you’re coming directly from the office, you’ll probably be in a suit and tie but if not, you can wear classic chinos with a button-down shirt and loafers and you will fit right in.