$12 for $25 Worth of Japanese Fare at Sushi Shoya in Madeira Beach

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Sushi chefs stock chopsticks with various rolls & fresh fish dishes, served amid elegant, wood-accented eatery near beach

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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 today's Groupon: for $12, you get $25 worth of Japanese fare at Sushi Shoya in Madeira Beach.

Situated a salmon roll's throw away from a nearby beach, Sushi Shoya keeps diners’ chopsticks busy with platefuls of authentic Japanese fare. Guests can settle into black leather chairs at a table or the sushi bar before sampling rice-bundled modicums of solo-flavored sushi, such as the avocado roll ($3.95 for eight) or tuna roll ($4.95 for eight). For a denser infusion of ingredients, chefs scrunch together salmon, tuna, cucumber, fish eggs, and cream cheese for the florida roll ($7.50) and use the Banzay roll to review quarterly sales with pie charts made from tuna, shrimp, and crab ($8.95). Servers haul out an array of fresh fish entrees and augment dishes with spirited beverages, including sake, beer, and wine. Foliage spills from wicker baskets lining the doorway, echoing the pale green walls that envelop the eating environment in a natural tone.

Sushi Shoya

Situated a few chopsticks’ length away from a nearby beach, Sushi Shoya serves Japanese fare and sushi amid ocean breezes. Inside, foliage spills from wicker baskets lining the doorway, echoing the pale green walls that envelop the eating environment in a natural tone. Guests can settle into black leather chairs at a table or sidle up to the sushi bar, where chefs slip fresh fish such as salmon, tuna, and spicy yellowtail into a variety of specialty rolls. Unlike their more secretive maki counterparts, nigiri sushi pieces covered with eel, surf clam, and smelt roe let it all hang out, much like clotheslines on vacation.