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Address: 900 8th Ave, Seattle, WA 98104 (Cross street: Marion St)
Neighborhood: First Hill / Pike / Pine
Specifics: Japanese, Lunch Spot, Sushi
Phone: 206-588-2769
Cost: $$
Website: www.sushikanpai.com
Restaurants Superior sushi happy hour.

    
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Everybody's Sushi For The Weekend
Posted by:  Jessica Baxter

What's better than an awesome happy hour? How about a happy hour that lasts all weekend and features what is practically a dinner-sized menu at low prices? Order more traditional sushi rolls or YOLO with the Heart Attack (basically a Japanese jalapeno popper). Don't miss the tempura or the gyoza. The catch is a one-drink per person minimum, which means you can't share that Saki unless you get a beer back. It's a convenient spitting distance from Town Hall, so you get your buzz on and fill your belly before catching a reading by that author you heard on NPR. Of course, you can always order from their regular menu, where the food gets fancy but the prices stay reasonable. Kanpai!

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Average Rating: 4   (5=Amazing, 1=Just Horrible)
Submitted: 2/26/2015 6:04 PM                  
Posted By: Jessica Baxter
Comment: What’s better than an awesome happy hour? How about a happy hour that lasts all weekend and features what is practically a dinner-sized menu at low prices? Order more traditional sushi rolls or YOLO with the Heart Attack (basically a Japanese jalapeno popper). Don’t miss the tempura or the gyoza. The catch is a one-drink per person minimum, which means you can’t share that Saki unless you get a beer back. It’s a convenient spitting distance from Town Hall, so you get your buzz on and fill your belly before catching a reading by that author you heard on NPR. Of course, you can always order from their regular menu, where the food gets fancy but the prices stay reasonable. Kanpai!
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