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What You'll Get
Sushi, like the archival footage of Mark McGwire's birth, is best known for its raw quality. Get attached to your food with today’s Groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of sushi and hibachi fare at Tao Sushi & Grill, Japanese Steakhouse in Orchard Park.
Performing in an open hibachi setting, the agile chefs at Tao Sushi & Grill, Japanese Steakhouse juggle an expansive selection of grilled meats, piquant sauces, and expertly prepared sushi. Meaty morsels ($14–$21) leap from the grill to the plate in displays of edible acrobatics, drenching themselves in a torrent of teriyaki sauce on the way. Marvel as a hibachi alchemist transmogrifies dinner entrees to a succulent golden brown ($12–$55), encase meals in a protective coat of tempura ($10–$18), or bet dinner on your chef winning a spontaneous grill-off with the table next door. A wide variety of sushi backs up fried brethren; fortify dinner arsenals with hand-rolled favorites and eclectic creations alike.
With a festive atmosphere and grill-centered seating, Tao Sushi & Grill, Japanese Steakhouse sets the mood for a playful guys' night out, girls' night out, or guys' and girls' screening of Baby's Day Out. Bartenders keep conversations well greased with a wide range of libations from around the world, as well as several specialty cocktails including sake bombs, mai tais, and saketinis.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 11, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Limit 1 per visit. Dine-in only. Must purchase 1 food item. Valid on dinner items only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Tao Sushi & Grill, Japanese Steakhouse
The Buffalo News raves equally over this unique restaurant's fresh cuisine and its dual dining rooms: a hibachi room, whose tables each center on a grill where chefs’ deft knife work synchronizes with dancing flames, and a room of traditional seating. USDA choice steaks and South African lobsters, hibachi-grilled to perfection, sate hunger in both rooms. Expertly crafted custom sushi rolls are stuffed with ingredients sourced from across the globe, uniting international flavors as effectively as the food-only Olympic Games. Steaming bowls of udon noodles, fragrant teriyaki, and other Japanese fare diversifies the menu, and cocktails such as the popular Asian pear martini—as well as vintages from full bar’s eclectic wine menu—delight the palate.