Ozzi Sushi Bar Coupons and Deals
Dining out means not having to look up dinner recipes at work, allowing you to get back to what you're there to do: defend your edits of the Event Horizon Wikipedia page. Explore the outer reaches of dining with this Groupon. Choose from Three Options $45 for $90 worth of sushi, sake, and Japanese cuisine for six $30 for $60 worth of sushi, sake, and Japanese cuisine for four $15 for $30 worth of sushi, sake, and Japanese cuisine for two Guests scan a sushi conveyor, dining from a menu of tasty treats such as tuna sashimi ($3.50), fruit-dessert maki ...
Grab a seat at the extensive white, modern bar of Ozzi Sushi Bar and watch your food be "shipped" directly to you: • $15 for $30 toward sushi, sake, and Japanese cuisine for a minimum of two people • $30 for $60 toward sushi, sake, and Japanese cuisine for a minimum of four people • $45 for $90 toward sushi, sake, and Japanese cuisine for a minimum of six people • Downtown restaurant is open Monday through Friday Choose Your Plate Relax at this chic sushi bar and let color-coded plates, riding atop miniature wooden ships, come to you on an innovative conveyor belt. Savor slices of bright red tuna sashimi doused in soy sauce, and then refresh your palate with a citrus-infused crab salad -- all before perking up the senses with Ozzi's signature spicy tuna roll. Your fresh seafood experience also brings interaction with the cooks as they discuss the preparation and ingredients in each innovative dish. Want more? Check out on Facebook.
Why You Should Go: Food hasn't been fun since you used to spell out forbidden words with your Alpha-Bit cereal in grade school. But thanks to Ozzi Sushi Bar, food can be both fun, delicious, and healthy. All you have to do is grab a plate. Why You’ll Love It: This fun and healthy “fast” food spot brings the concept of sushi onto a culinary merry-go-round. Sit and grab plates of colorful and fresh sushi as they pass by on a belt, with each selection color-coordinated to price and carefully rolled by a skilled chef (who comes from Makoto, Soowoo Japanese Steakhouse and neighboring Zuma). What to Eat: Choose from five plate price levels; orange, green, blue, purple, and red. With quick fingers, grab orange plates like crab nigiri or cucumber rolls, green plates like shrimp nigiri or crab rolls, and blue plates like seaweed salad or veggie rolls. Step it up with purple or red plates for tuna tartare, mango guava roll, ceviche or shrimp tempura. You’ll be feed quickly, healthfully, and dare we say, amusingly