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What You'll Get
Sushi provides Omega-13 acid, which assists in concentration, re-repressing bad memories, and a subtle levitation that makes people appear slightly taller. Experience new heights with today’s Groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of sushi, sake, and more at Sushi House Buckhead, located on Peachtree Road.
Sushi House Buckhead offers a vast selection of modern and traditional Japanese cuisine, as their wide-ranging menu colorfully proves. Those who prefer the austere, riceless look of an unrolled fish can start off with nigiri pieces of yellow tail ($7), octopus ($5), or mackerel ($4). Maki rolls, such as the spicy-tuna roll ($6) or the California-with-cheese roll ($6), are well suited for sharing, unlike deodorant sticks and secret crock-pot recipes. House-special rolls are a meal unto themselves and include options such as the Cowboy steak roll ($12), the wasabi roll ($14), and the red dragon roll ($13). A substantial wine list offers plenty of liquid complements to a sea-borne dinner, and sake is available for those who prefer adorably sized alcohol receptacles.
Inside the restaurant’s warmly lit, elegant atmosphere, diners can relax while coasting through a laid-back first date or sledgehammering through the tension of a high-strung 47th date. Additionally, the experienced chefs are well versed in all chapters of the centuries-old sushi saga, extinguishing the cravings of both those who prefer traditional fishes and those who enjoy contemporary-fusion recipes. Sushi House Buckhead stays open until midnight Sunday through Thursday, and until 2 a.m. on Friday and Saturday.
- I love Sushi House…I recently moved away from Atlanta and I can't stop thinking about the Graduation Roll and the Cowboy Steak roll. These rolls are haunting my dreams. The mixture of the two rolls is the perfect sushi combo for me. I would always take out of town guests here and they always loved it as well, order the tuna tataki, it's a cool thing to order for out-of-towners. – Sasha P., Yelp
- First time impressions are always lasting when it come to dining. Upon my first Sushi House of Buckhead experience. I can say that they definitely made a lasting impression on me and my guest. The service was impeccable. The food choices were varied and the taste delicious. I definately enjoyed my experience and will be returning soon. – OpenTable.com reviewer who reviewed on 08/14/2010
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Aug 16, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 3 per person. Limit 1 per table. Dine-in only. Tax and gratuity not included. No cash back. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Sushi House Buckhead
With a few deft twists of the knife, chefs at Sushi House Buckhead slice fresh fish into a rainbow of rolls. They spoon bright orange dollops of roe onto the red dragon roll's green jalapeño buttons and wind salmon around small bouquets of sprouts. But sashimi, nigiri, and maki aren't the only meals rolling out of the kitchen—dishes such as beef and chicken teriyaki offer warm, noncylindrical sustenance washed down by sake. Though the chefs are busy conjuring the menu from fresh ingredients and freshly baked chopsticks, they also provide catering and host sushi classes that let laypeople in on maki-making secrets. Sushi House Buckhead is connected to Florida's Sushi House Orlando by a particularly long tuna roll.