The technology surrounding fishing has evolved significantly, moving from bare hands, to crudely fashioned spears, to its eventual culmination with animatronic grizzly bears. Reap the benefits of modernity with today's Groupon: for $25, you get $50 worth of Japanese cuisine at Geisha Sushi Bistro.
The culinary sorcerers at Geisha Sushi Bistro conjure up the beautifully arranged dishes that adorn their menu of authentic Japanese cuisine. Warm up jaw muscles for sprain-free chomping with hot appetizers such as lightly salted edamame ($4.50), or pork or vegetable gyoza dumplings, pan fried and accompanied by a serving of ponzu sauce ($5). Midday munchers can unpack the bento boxes, featuring a plenitude of protein options from chicken teriyaki to salmon katsu, joined by soup or salad, steamed rice, and a trio of california roll pieces ($9.95). Practice your chopstick work or impressions of the BFG playing with telephone polls on the special sushi rolls such as the crispy G6 topped with baked crab and scallops ($13), or the Geisha Kiss, which seduces seafaring lips with an oceanographic dream team of tuna, salmon, yellowtail, and crabstick ($14).
For a heftier nosh, recruit from Geisha's entree menu of chicken teriyaki ($14.95) and vegetable tempura ($11.95), each of which arrives with a support staff of soup, salad, and steamed rice. Extinguish the flames of thirst with a selection of Japanese beers ($4.75), hot sake ($5–$8), and crop dusters that periodically fly overhead releasing an outpouring of red and white wines.