Sushi-Making Class (Pay $50), or $50 to Spend on Food and Drink (Pay $25)
Certain elements of Japanese culture initially induce skepticism — singing Journey in front of strangers, getting pricked with needles, and eating raw fish. But who doesn’t love karaoke, acupuncture, and sushi? That’s why we’re serving up today’s exotic deal from Hikaru Sushi: Spend $25 and receive $50 worth of food and non-alcoholic drinks, or spend $50 and receive a “How to Make Sushi Class” (a $100 value). In addition to serving one of Arlington’s largest sushi selections (including classics like spicy tuna and California rolls, and local favorites like the Clarendon and Redskins rolls), Hikaru Sushi also offers Sunday classes where you’ll learn how to roll and sample your own sushi. You’ll take home your own bamboo roller, rice vinegar, seeds, and sushi nori. At 50% off, there’s nothing to be skeptical about with today’s deal.
The Little Details
Limit 1 per person, up to 1 additional as a gift
? Limit 1 per table per visit
? Dine-in only (not valid for takeout or delivery)
? Not valid for alcoholic beverages
? Gratuity not included (Be nice and tip on the pre-discounted total!)
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