If humans are mostly made of water, and fish traditionally inhabit water, fish should naturally occur in the human body. Fix this gap in nature’s logic with this Groupon.
$20 for $40 Worth of Sushi and Asian Cuisine
The menu includes maki selections such as the heart-shaped Loyola Lover with deep-fried spicy tuna, avocado, and kampyo ($14), pan-Asian dishes such as panang-curry noodles ($9.95), and Japanese specialties such as the shrimp and vegetable tempura dinner ($12.95). Diners also enjoy a BYOB policy with no corkage fee for the first bottle opened.
“Food can’t lie. If I tell you it’s good, but you taste it and it’s not good, it won’t be good,” says Nori’s owner Tom Kammaty. “If you make good food, it’s always successful.” This simple philosophy has led Tom and his staff—including his brother Tony and Head Chef Yo Yothin, who hails from Thailand—to curate a creative menu of sushi, maki, and dinner platters. Inside, an open-air sushi bar offers glimpses of the chefs hand-rolling each selection, lavishing diners with a more entertaining culinary show than an all-snowcone production of The Iceman Cometh as they savor a variety of hot tea blends or sip on their own BYOB imbibables.