You did it. You got through the workday and now it’s time to celebrate. Although boozy happy hours are banned in Massachusetts, you don’t have to miss out on any of these tasty sushi deals. Whether you are craving maki or nigiri, lunch or dinner, these sushi spots offer great specials.
An unsuspecting Downtown Crossing staple, Avana Sushi offers a $7.50 lunch special during the workweek from 11am – 3pm. You’ll get the choice of one maki, two sides and a miso soup.
Mondays don’t have to be the worst. Come see how much sushi you can handle at South Boston’s Fat Baby, a modern Asian-fusion restaurant that offers $27 unlimited sushi rolls on “Maki Mondays.”
Everyone loves half-off bar snacks! Ready for this? At this Brookline hotspot, Gyu-Kaku offers a super happy hour (Monday – Friday, 2pm – 5pm) and a regular happy hour (all day Monday, Tuesday – Sunday, 11:30am – 6pm) and a late-night happy hour (Tuesday – Thursday, Sunday, 9 – 10:30pm and Friday & Saturday 10pm – 12pm). The happy hour bar menu is 50% off and includes gyu-sushi, spring rolls, dumplings and tuna poke nachos. At the bar, Monday – Thursday all day, you can enjoy a $12 bar combo, which includes either a hot sake or a kirin draft, one small plate, and one main dish.
No need to pack a lunch when you can stop by Fuji at Ink Block for one of their “Lunch Sets” served with Miso Soup and a Salad, available from 11am-3pm every day.
Satisfy your sushi cravings with Pabu’s happy hour specials, Monday through Friday from 4pm – 6pm, and then from 9pm to 10pm in the bar & lounge. Pabu also features a selection of low-priced beverages, including red and white wine, Japanese chuhai and sake cans.
This stylish cocktail lounge located in the heart of Bay Village offers $1 sushi rolls in the lounge area from 5:30pm – 6:30pm Tuesday – Fridays. Can’t get enough of their sushi? Every Tuesday night, Red Lantern offers $29 unlimited sushi, including spicy tuna rolls, crunch salmon rolls and in Boston fashion, a “Green Monster” roll. More of a dumpling fan? The restaurant’s Dumpling Thursdays are from 5pm-10pm.
If you’re a fan of sitting at the bar, this deal is for you. This Japanese noodle chain offers all-day happy hour food discounts in the bar area and ranges about $3 off and sushi roll specials as low as $6.
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