Sushi Samba Rio is located at 504 N. Wells Street, in Chicago, Illinois. The restaurant is open Sunday through Tuesday from 11:45 a.m. until 12:00 a.m. and on Wednesday and Thursday from 11:45 a.m. until 1:00 a.m. and special weekend hours on Friday and Saturday from 11:45 a.m. until 2:00 a.m. At Sushi Samba Rio, guests will be able to sample a menu featuring the cuisine of Japan, Brazil and Peru, and the famous Signature Drinks the establishment is famous for.
At Sushi Samba Rio, guests are invited to experience a unique blend of food, music, design and entertainment. The restaurant was born in the spirit of energy and tradition of three separate cultures; a tri-cultural community which combines for a cuisine experience like no other in Chicago. The restaurant features a samba brunch, private party spaces and a rooftop lounge, just among many other services and amenities.
The establishment draws to it, chic, young Chicagoans who are in search of fine cuisine, energy, and a clubby environment. The music is infused with salsa and Asian rhythms, which are already hits in the popular clubs of New York and Miami. Inside, a cavernous room is divided into several different areas, each designed with its own theme and personality. In front of the bar is a sleek, circular red colored bar complete with a mood pit, a sunken alcove done in crimson, and plum colored shag carpeting and glittery beads hanging overhead to complete the "mood''.
Guests should ask to be seated at a perimeter table for prime people watching, and in the evening ask to be taken to the roof top bar for a wonderful view of the "Windy City''. The Sushi Samba Rio has been nationally recognized as being popular tourist attraction for those seeking something different in a Chicago dining experience.
From 2004 through 2008, the restaurant has won several awards such as the; 2004 Audience Winner for "People Watcher'', in 2007, Audience Winner for both "Seen and Be Seen Bar'' and "Outdoor Bar'', and again in 2008 it was the Editorial and Audience Winner for "Signature Drinks''. The restaurant offers a smokers lounge and valet parking, combined with a friendly and attentive wait staff.
The cuisine choices offered at Sushi Samba are quite diverse and range from traditional Japanese to typical American, with other cultures being Latin American and Brazilian. Sushi Samba Rio serves traditional dishes, as well as other more inventive cuisines such as miso soup, sushi salada, sashimi seviche, as well as the signature dish the spicy, sweet Samba Rio roll. The restaurant is a prime spot for taking a date, enjoying a group meal, or outdoor dining and is open seven days a week. People who have dined at Sushi Samba Rio brag that it's the best location for truly enjoying fine dining and atmosphere in Chicago.
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