Those who don't learn proper cooking techniques are doomed to a life of licking pages from fancy food magazines. Cause a stir with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $25 for Late Night Sushi for two with two sushi rolls and two drinks (a $50 value)
- $45 for a two-hour sushi-rolling and sake class for one with a meal (a $95 value)
- $85 for a two-hour sushi-rolling and sake class for two with a meal (a $190 value)
- See the menu.
At Late Night Sushi, groups of friends gather to enjoy chef’s special sushi roll and lively spirits. Sushi-rolling and sake classes held Sundays 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. and Tuesdays 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. teach history and how to make sushi before enjoying hot sake with meals.
As a former export manager of Alaskan seafood, the owner at Sushi Spott knows his fillets. Fresh catches fill the glass display case at the sushi bar, where nigiri sushi and hand rolls join specialty rolls such as the salmon-skin roll and the citrus-infused lemon roll, whose tuna, avocado, and salmon cannot be made into lemonade.
It's possible to glean some understanding of sushi-rolling techniques by watching Sushi Spott's chefs work behind their glass-fronted counter. But for a deeper lesson, students can enroll in the eatery's sushi-rolling classes. During those classes, groups learn to craft specialty rolls and sculpt nigiri, picking up knowledge about sushi's history and cultural significance along the way. Afterwards students can eat what they've created while enjoying complimentary hot sake.
What some people are buzzing about:
96% of 23 customers recommend
“We had an amazing time. The teacher was so nice and accommodating. I highly recommend this for a day date. ”
“Loved this class! The instructor was fun and taught us a lot of the tricks to sushi making at home. ”
“You actually DO need reservations for the class. I had originally called, and a girl told me I didn't need reservation (I don't think she understood I had a group-on...”
“You actually DO need reservations for the class. I had originally called, and a girl told me I didn't need reservation (I don't think she understood I had a group-on for the class, not just the restaurant). When we called about start time on the day we planned to go, the guy said that they were booked for classes for a month out. They give you a number to text, then they call you to make a reservation a month or more away. Class was also VERY full due to demand. Totally worth it though! The instructors were great, the food was great, and I feel like I could make my own sushi rolls at home now.”