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76 Forsyth Street, New York

Sake or Wine Tasting with Appetizers at Rabbit House (Up to 53% Off). Four Options Available.

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Highlights

Sake or wine pairs with four oysters, infused artichoke dip, and edamame

Customer Reviews

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DeniseTOP REVIEWERHELPFUL REVIEWER
6 ratings5 reviews
July 2, 2018
good deal for the sake tasting. Small place but they use the heart to serve customers. I will go back to try the omakase.
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AmiTOP REVIEWER
25 ratings6 reviews
April 6, 2018
Cozy and relaxed atmosphere, friendly service, good selection of sake!
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Sophia
1 ratings1 reviews
March 12, 2018
I selected the four person, any time groupon and used it with three of my girlfriends. When we first walked in we were nervous about how small the space was, but it actually became one of our favorite aspects of the experience! It was cozy, intimate, and a great way to spend an evening with friends. The tasting was excellent - each of us was able to choose three sakes (all unique and delicious) and two appetizer plates came as part of the deal. Our server/bartender was also so helpful and attentive. A wonderful time!
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CaseyTOP REVIEWER
10 ratings8 reviews2 photos
March 9, 2018
Couldn't have had a better experience. Ambiance was perfect, food was delicious, had the best cocktail of my life. Top notch, clean, must go!
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haroldHELPFUL REVIEWER
6 ratings3 reviews2 photos
February 28, 2018
Walked in through the curtain. Feels small yet intimate and cozy. Bartender Yuka was really great and friendly! Great variety of sake. Matcha sake was very refreshing. Would definitely go again.
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CiaraTOP REVIEWERHELPFUL REVIEWERSHUTTERBUG
41 ratings26 reviews5 photos
February 27, 2018
Awesome sake!
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GillianTOP REVIEWERHELPFUL REVIEWER
20 ratings15 reviews
February 18, 2018
Really delicious food plus 3 sakes to taste per person. Staff was very knowledgeable about the different sakes and their origins. Nice atmosphere. Will definitely go again and would recommend this to anyone who likes wine, sake, and/or Japanese cuisine.
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MichelleTOP REVIEWERHELPFUL REVIEWER
9 ratings5 reviews3 photos
February 9, 2018
Delicious sake and the people there were so nice!
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About This Deal

Choose from Four Options

  • $29 for a sake or wine tasting for two, valid Sunday–Thursday ($54 value)
  • $54 for a sake or wine tasting for two, valid any day ($108 value)
  • $26 for a sake or wine tasting for four, valid Sunday–Thursday ($54 value)
  • $50 for a sake or wine tasting for four, valid any day ($108 value)

Each pair of diners receives the following:

  • Two sake or wine samplers ($36 value)
  • One appetizer sampler ($18 value)

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Need To Know

Promotional value expires 150 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Reservation required. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Limit 1 per visit. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for option purchased. May be repurchased every 30 days. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Rabbit House

In Japan, young people attempting to establish themselves in the big city often move into tiny, cramped apartments referred to as "rabbit hutches." Little nooks aren't rare in New York either—in fact, Chef Yoshiko Sakuma found the perfect one for her first restaurant, which is located off the beaten path at the edge of Chinatown.

The Japan native's 14-seat wine and sake bar—fittingly named Rabbit House—is truly a hidden treasure. Here, Chef Sakuma dishes out what Bedford and Bowery refers to as "whimsical culinary experiments" and "unexpected European tapas dusted with Japanese moxie." Indeed, none of her dishes are fully Japanese; all of them, however, are creative and designed with sake and wine pairings in mind. Here are a few dishes to consider when you stop by:

  • Tako taco: Tako means "octopus" in Japanese, and here, it's packed into tacos along with chickpeas and nori sauce.
  • Fake sushi: It certainly looks like sushi, but it's actually a savory roll made with prosciutto, cream cheese, and wild rice.
  • The Trapped Rabbit: Chef Sakuma's signature dish is a rabbit involtini, which is wrapped in caul fat and stuffed with baby carrots, rutabaga, and daikon. A guava-balsamic glaze adds extra sweetness to the meat.