Saturday Night Party, Sushi-Making Class for Two, or $12 for $25 Worth of Sushi at Matsuya Sushi & Grill

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In a Nutshell

All-you-can-eat group classes teach sushi skills; Saturday night parties feature beer pong and karaoke

The Fine Print

Expires Jan 2nd, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation required for Sushi class option. Dine-in only. Must be 21+ for party option. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Raw fish, like snowballs, must be rolled with care before being thrown at a school superintendent for refusing to call a snow day. Enjoy well-crafted, conveniently projectile edibles with this Groupon.

Choose Between Three Options

  • $22 for admission to an all-you-can-drink Saturday night party with beer pong and karaoke (a $45 value)
  • $55 for an all-you-can-eat sushi-making class for two (a $120 value)
  • $12 for $25 worth of sushi and Japanese fare

Saturday night parties run from 9 p.m. to 2 a.m. and include beer, sake, and wine from 10 p.m. to 12 a.m. In each four-hour sushi-making class, held the last Sunday of every month, a trained sushi chef introduces students to the art of crafting sushi rolls. Each class holds up to 50 participants, who can munch on as much sushi as their stomachs can hold while creating their own rolls.

The dinner menu includes vegetable udon ($7.95) and shrimp tempura ($11.99), and the sushi menu ranges from california rolls ($4) to flying fish egg sashimi ($2).

Matsuya Sushi & Grill

Behind Matsuya Sushi & Grill's sparkling L-shaped sushi counter, succulent fillets of tuna, salmon, and white fish succumb to chefs' keen knives before joining rice in bite-sized nigiri or tempting rolls. Collective gasps of admiration—usually reserved for the unveiling of a child’s macaroni self-portrait—leap from the lips of patrons as a chef taps and tosses shrimp, chicken, filet mignon, and lobster on the hibachi grill. Dressed in traditional Japanese robes and hats, waiters ferry plates decorated with carrot roses and artful splashes of sauce across the dining room, where screens and blond woods cultivate a peaceful atmosphere. Chefs reveal their sushi secrets every Sunday, bestowing their knowledge upon students during four-hour all-you-can-eat sushi-making classes.

Culinary tools and activities, from cooking demos to kitchen appliances