Happy Hour at Cho Sushi

In: Drinking|Eating

13 Jul 2010

David Cho’s sushi is impressive, so it figures that his happy hour would be, too. It’s from 3 to 7 and offers you lots of choices. Not just great deals on sushi and sushi rolls, but nine different appetizers. There are drink specials, too – like this sake sangria, a cool, delicious blend of red wine, Japanese sake, and chunks of honeydew and watermelon. The atmosphere is lively, as couples and families from the neighborhood gather to chat and try the latest specials. Below, succulent barbecued freshwater-eel sushi, and the $4 Japanese gyoza, or pan-fried dumplings, filled with beef and chopped vegetables. The gyoza were topped with pickled orange rind – a nice foil for the rich beef. Happy hour is a good way to indulge here a little more often. Next time, the wasabi-dusted fried onions!

Pairs of sparkling-fresh sushi like escolar, tuna and hamachi are just $3 each.

The chefs' creativity shows in this complementary starter of radish, escolar, and peach. Yum!

Mr. Cho, the sushi genius himself, watches over every detail.

Cho website

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1 Response to Happy Hour at Cho Sushi



July 16th, 2010 at 10:21 pm

There’s a reason I’m the mayor of Cho on Foursquare. Thanks for helping to spread the word about them – we want them to stay around!

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