Geisha A Go Go Goes For the Sushi Crowd

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Sushi is what sells in Scottsdale.

That's what the folks at Geisha A Go Go have figured out. Even though their sister restaurant, Stingray Sushi, is right across the street, that hasn't stopped the Geisha folks from adding a brand-new eight-seat sushi bar and a new sushi menu, filled with specialty rolls named after favorite anime and manga characters like Doraemon (spicy tuna, cucumber, and avocado topped with unagi sauce, sweet chile sauce, and scallions).

On a related note, half price sushi rolls are part of their daily happy hour, from 4 to 7 p.m.

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