A meal can bring friends closer together, much like a camping trip or a pact to never mention what happened on the camping trip ever again. Have an evening you'll never forget with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $20 for $40 worth of modern Japanese cuisine
- $40 for $80 worth of modern Japanese cuisine for four or more
The menu opens with appetizers ($6–$14) such as foie gras custard and blue-fin-tuna carpaccio; entrees ($12–$24) include grilled Chilean sea bass and a rack of lamb encrusted with goat cheese. Among the sushi specials ($4.75–$12) is the Arizona roll, whose delicate crunch comes from shrimp tempura and carrot. This Groupon is valid on holidays—including Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve—as well as inaugural parties at the Sango Sho lounge area.
Before guests to Japone—or its less-formal sister eatery, Café Japone, located upstairs—even take their first bites, they notice the restaurant’s unusually colorful environment: an attached lounge area dubbed Sango Sho surrounds patrons in oceanic hues and fiber-optic luminescence, and regular DJ performances keep toes moving so that they don’t get caught by a shark. Karaoke kicks off at 9:30 p.m. every night in both Japone and Café Japone, giving guests two places to show off their pipes on a continually updated list of the latest hit English, Japanese, and Spanish-language tracks.
To keep mouths happy, Japone's French-trained chef fuses Japanese and French flavors. Entrees include curried jumbo shrimp and scallops, plated with fresh veggies, japanese mushrooms, and a dollop of rice, while sushi specialties include the Arizona roll with shrimp tempura and carrot.
54% of 364 customers recommend
“I had a great time! Thanks”
“Turn up the AC a bit, please”
“The food was wonderful, but I felt the decor and and furniture could use an upgrade or refinish. The current look makes you a bit scared to go inside and eat,...”
“The food was wonderful, but I felt the decor and and furniture could use an upgrade or refinish. The current look makes you a bit scared to go inside and eat, because it gives you a sense of uncleanliness, but after you sit down and get your food, the presentation and taste of the food is excellent.”