Destination Offers Fresh Sushi Handrolls, Distinctive AI-Generated Artwork, More
AREA15 announces its newest eatery, Kaia Handroll, is now open inside the immersive art and entertainment District. Offering a vibrant, modern take on sushi handrolls inspired by traditional Japanese flavors and techniques, the destination joins AREA15’s current roster of out-of-this-world cuisine and cocktails.
Meaning “of the sea,” Kaia offers an array of fresh handroll selections and chef pairings, including specialties such as lobster truffle, blue crab and bluefin tuna as well as classic and vegetarian options crafted by head chef Joseph Soto and sous chefs Juan Laguana and Christopher Soldivieri. Prior to Kaia Handroll, Chef Soto was with Kaizen Sushi and Momo Sushi.
Guests can also savor seasonal sashimi and starters such as the Japanese Caesar salad with furikake-parm crisp. Dessert includes several varieties of mochi and Japanese cheesecake with passionfruit caramel. Libations span Japanese classics, including hot green tea and sake, as well as Japanese beer and whiskey.
For guests wishing to order food on the go, Kaia also offers select to-go items, including chirashi bowls with rice, fish and vegetables.
Drawing inspiration from water’s eminent strength, the space also features a full wall of AI-generated artwork depicting powerful female characters, water-inspired décor and countertop bar seating. Combining augmented reality (AR) technology with the dining experience, guests can also use their cell phones to activate a unique AR moment on Kaia’s menus.
Computer-generated characters, including Kaia and sea creatures, will spring to life on the physical menu after guests download an app and scan a code.
Kaia Handroll is located in the center of AREA15’s SPINE directly across from Oddwood Bar and next The Beast by Todd English. Kaia Handroll joins AREA15’s existing lineup of unique and immersive food and beverage offerings throughout the District, including The Beast by Todd English, Lumin Café by Elizabeth Blau inside Illuminarium, 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea at Lost Spirits Distillery, Datamosh inside Omega Mart, LIFTOFF Bar & Ride and Oddwood Bar, Dream Weaver Milk & Boba Bar and Rocket Fizz candy shoppe.
Kaia Handroll is open daily from 11 a.m. to midnight.
For more information on AREA15’s current food and beverage offerings, visit www.area15.com/eat-drink/.
ABOUT AREA15 LAS VEGAS
AREA15, located minutes from the Las Vegas Strip, represents the world’s first purpose-built immersive entertainment district offering live events, distinctive attractions, interactive art installations, extraordinary design elements, unique retail, ground-breaking technology, bars and eateries and much more.
AREA15’s curated mix of dynamic destinations—including LIFTOFF Bar and Ride, Meow Wolf’s Omega Mart, Lost Spirits Distillery, Illuminarium, Dueling Axes, Five Iron Golf, The Beast by Todd English, Wink World: Portals Into the Infinite, Museum Fiasco, Virtualis VR and many more—represents what’s next in experiential entertainment.
With a robust, ever-changing roster of concerts, events, immersive art exhibitions, out-of-this-world nightlife and boundary-pushing production shows, AREA15 attracts visitors of all ages. Expanding across 20 acres in Las Vegas, AREA15 will soon welcome even more immersive destinations, including Universal Parks & Resorts’ new, year-round horror entertainment experience inspired by its popular Halloween Horror Nights.
AREA15 has received numerous accolades, including being named “Another Unmissable Stop for Art Lovers” by The Times UK, “Most Innovative Venue in the USA” by Timeout, “Best Immersive Art Experience” by USA Today 10Best Readers’ Choice Travel Awards, one of “The 10 Most Innovative Urban Development and Real Estate Companies of 2020” by Fast Company, “Best Place for Your Instagram Shot” as well as “Best Attraction” for two consecutive years by Las Vegas Weekly Readers’ Choice Best of Vegas Awards, “Best Arts Hub” by Vegas Magazine, claiming the No. 1 spot in Blooloop’s “World’s Top 11 Immersive Art Experiences” and being included in Las Vegas Magazine’s Hall of Fame.