Much like ice sculptures and chandeliers full of Roman candles, sushi must avoid open flames at all costs. Savor the delicacy of unfired cuisine with today’s Groupon to Zuma Sushi & Sake Bar. Choose between the following options:
- For $10, you get $25 worth of sushi and sake at the Virginia Highlands location. This location is open noon–3 p.m. and 5:30 p.m.–midnight Monday–Thursday, noon–3 p.m. and 5:30 p.m.–1 a.m. Friday, noon–1 a.m. Saturday, and noon–midnight Sunday.
- For $10, you get $20 worth of sushi, sake, and Asian entrees at the Toco Hills location. This location is open 11:30 a.m.–10 p.m. Monday–Thursday, 11:30 a.m.–11 p.m. Friday–Saturday, and 11:30 a.m.–10 p.m. Sunday.<p>
Zuma Sushi & Sake Bar’s chefs expertly slice ocean-fresh seafood, creating an extensive menu of traditional and innovative sushi preparations. The staff only selects the freshest, suntan-free fish for its orders of sushi and sashimi ($4+), which arrive at diners’ tables without ever touching a flame. Deviating from traditional maki creations, the bagel roll ($7.50) brims with smoked salmon, cream cheese, and avocado, and the lobster tempura roll ($14) blends its asparagus and avocado with deep-fried lobster tail meat. The Toco Hills chefs also prepare a hearty selection of Japanese and Korean entrees, including Korean-style short ribs ($16.50). Throughout their meal, guests can peruse a drink selection that includes bottles of hot and cold sake ($5.50+). There’s an open sushi bar at each location, offering diners front-row seats for observing the chefs and soliciting relationship advice.
Zuma Sushi & Sake Bar
Zuma Sushi & Sake Bar's chefs slice ocean-fresh seafood before hungry eyes at an open bar, spotlighting the skill necessary to create artfully innovative and traditional sushi preparations. With the freshest, suntan-free fish, the team arranges sushi, maki, and sashimi on plates, constructing aesthetically mesmerizing meals that edify palates and inspire patrons to hang a frame around their mouth in anticipation. Creativity abounds in distinctive maki creations such as the bagel roll, which brims with smoked salmon, cream cheese, and avocado, and chefs demonstrate their knowledge of the tried and true with a classic salmon roll. Throughout their meal, guests can complement the Eastern flavors rolling across their tongue with sips of hot and cold sake, sights of paper lanterns hanging over dining room, and translation of the characters painted on the walls. Guests also lunch all-you-can-eat sushi for $15.