It’s important to the people at Four Seasons that patrons have a good experience. After all, like many other small businesses, Four Seasons is family owned and operated. So, they take a lot of pride and put a lot of effort into making sure patrons leave happy! And, patrons really do leave happy at Four Seasons. With small plate options for those with small appetites, it’s easy to find something to tantalize the taste buds but not break the bank. For bigger appetites, Four Seasons provides great large plate menus, sushi, sashimi, noodle bowls (very yummy!) and daily specials! And, it’s all at affordable prices so that a family trip to your new favorite sushi bar and grill doesn’t have to be a painful night out. Go ahead, give Four Seasons a try!
In 1983 Nord Brue and Mike Dressell decided that it didn't matter how far Burlington, Vermont was from New York City; no distance was too great to limit their access to New York-style bagels. So they spent 2.5 years apprenticing with a professional bagel baker from the city until they mastered the technique. Once they were comfortable with their skills and had accepted that it doesn't actually hurt the bagel to bite it, they opened their first Bruegger's Bagels, a casual bakery and café. Today, they have more than 300 eateries across the United States and Canada, each hawking freshly baked bagels, cream cheeses, sandwiches, coffee, and desserts.
Blue Wasabi has won the award for “Best Sushi” in the Gilbert, Arizona area many times since they first opened their doors in 2004. Why? Because they offer an experience that is both authentic and original. Walk into Blue Wasabi and you are greeted with a hip, modern, vibe. The unfinished-warehouse feel works perfectly with the blue, pink, and green lights. Dark and mysterious is mixed with fun and fancy free at Blue Wasabi. The perfect place to head for a memorable (or not so memorable) bachelorette party, or a night out after work. Pull up a chair to their sushi bar and taste why they are so highly-rated, and wash it all down with one of their signature martinis.
Masa Sushi has something to offer everyone. Its fresh, distinct flavors are a winning combination. Start off the meal with a salad and hot bowl of delicious miso soup, which is served to you by their attentive staff right after being seated. Select from their menu of classic sushi and sashimi options or try something more exotic like the Monkey Ball Roll – a roll with mushroom, spicy tuna, and cream cheese that is battered and deep fried and served with a delicious creamy sauce. Step out of your comfort zone and try something new with one of their happy hour combos...you won't be disappointed!
At Sushi Ave., chefs HaeChung Lee and Nansook Choi?or Harry and Nana, as they're known?curate a selection of more than 45 specialty sushi rolls filled with everything from apple to fresh crab. Along with the myriad maki?christened with names such as King Kong, Samurai, and Red Caterpillar?the restaurant also serves entrees such as orange chicken and classic appetizers such as miso soup, putting chopsticks to plenty of uses other than practicing Morse code.
At Nagasaki Grill, guests can choose one of three kinds of broth for their ramen: miso, tonkotsu, or curry. The last of these earned praise from the New Times, which called it “fragrant and…more interesting because it’s a rarity in these parts.” The low-key dining room almost feels like a cafeteria with its simple booths and meals served on trays.