Social House - CityCenter

Just The Facts, Please.


Crystals at CityCenter

Dining Hours

Open daily for dinner, 5 p.m. - latenight.
Open for lunch Friday - Sunday
11:30 a.m. - 3 p.m.


Joseph Elevado


Mostly Japanese

Price Range


Suggested Attire



Large Sake collection.

Sample Menu Items

Yellowtail, Crispy Jalapeno, Garlic Dust, Tiny Cilantro, Calamansi Soy $20.
Fluke, Chili Oil, Soy Salt, Citrus Juice $21.
Seared Fluke, Garlic Oil, Tomato, Ginger, Negi, Calamansi Soy $21.
Tuna Tataki, Shallots, Garlic, Thai Birds, Ponzu, Sesame Chili Oil $22.
Tuna Special, Sweet Chili Sauce, Crispy Shallot, Negi Oil $22.
Salmon, Wasabi Creme Fraiche, Lemon Soy, Garlic Dust, Chives $19

Kurobuta Pork Chop 16oz $38
Kobe Hanger Steak 10oz $36
Barrel Cut Prime Filet 8oz $39
Prime Bone In Rib Eye 24oz $48
Imperial Wagyu "Kobe" Steak (min 5oz) $18/oz.

Kalbi Steak, Pickled Napa Cabbage $18.



Mavens Overview: Social House

Social House formerly at Treasure Island, is now at CityCenter, Crystals Mall to be exact. The move was noted in the Las Vegas Sun:

Joe Elevado will return to his position as Social House executive chef. Pure Management said the new menu will keep many of the dishes of the former Social House location, with the addition of dishes from the Middle East, India and the Philippines.

Social House at TI garnered generally favorable reviews, the Internet Buzz on the new location is limited.

Social House serves upscale Asian cuisine, with additions like steaks.


Internet Buzz: Social House

  • Social House, when it was at Treasure Island, was one of my favorite places in Las Vegas. The new location is ALMOST- as nice as the old location. OK - I'm lying; it was really nice but not really as nice as the old location, where the two floors simply knocked my socks off. Similar to their old location, they did include a patio dining area, but it's not really a patio when you're just overlooking the rest of the fantastic Crystals City Center (indoors).
  • Was extremely disappointed. We ate at the first social house in Treasure Island and always thought the sushi was great. Last night it was below average! We ordered the yellowtail jalapeno and it was just okay. When my boyfriend tried to order the salmon tartar without the wasabi, our waiter told him to not bother ordering it because the wasabi creme fraiche "made the dish". His attitude only got worse from there.
  • For cold dishes, try a nice yellowtail sashimi, topped with minced carrots, cucumber and ginger, a fried jalapeņo slice and golden roe.
  • Short ribs are topped with sweet corn and crispy taro root chips with a few leaves of peppery baby arugula. These two-bite sized cuts of meat are extra tender and perfectly pair with the sweet corn.
  • Tuna tataki is a slightly seared tuna with spicy ponzu sauce, green onion, micro greens and shaved garlic chips.
  • We started with cucumber sunomono and a couple specialty sushi rolls. One roll was kalbi beef, the other was vegetarian. Loved both of these. The kalbi was slightly crispy from a quick frying. The vegetarian was filled with a nice bit of cream cheese. Next we tried the Himachi specialty roll and the spicy scallop roll. Again, these were spot on. The spicy scallop came with a yummy sauce that could've been eaten alone!
  • This place makes the best Sushi ever! If you are in Vegas and are looking for some great Sushi, this is the place! The atmosphere is super fun and the food is excellent!
  • Their cucumber salad was pretty good but their Kalbi steak was not good - it was missing all the flavor that makes it Kalbi, so it was just plain. Their "dessert" are sushi rolls and they're alright. We've definitely had better sushi in California. The waiter was OK - he seemed a little pompous and as we told him it was our first visit, he made some recommendations but seemed really pushy.



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