Geisha A Go Go: Happy Hour Report Card

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The Spot: Geisha A Go Go, 7150 E. 6th Ave., Scottsdale, 480-699-0055.


The Hours: 3 to 7pm. daily. Open to close (3 pm - 2am) every Sunday.

The Details: Enjoy half off select apps and drinks every day -- but what we really enjoy is Sunday's deal at this happy hour spot. Rock Garden Sundays at Geisha means 1/2 off every drink, appetizer and Maki sushi roll, all day.

Yes, this means $4 carafes (8 shots total) of their house-infused fruit sake, $2.50 veggie rolls, and teriyaki ribs for only $6.

Sundays at Geisha also include 1/2 off on their private karaoke rooms-- talk about the added cherry atop our Sunday Funday. 

Get the go-go rundown, after the jump.

Nicole Smith

The Cost: One carafes of mango sake, two beers and two glasses of wine plus three apps and one sushi roll came out to only $30.50, before tax and tip.

The Conclusion: Sundays at Geisha are a steal of a deal, so much so that all of our Scottsdale judgments are put on the back burner while we sit back and enjoy half off their booze and food.

While the chicken gyoza dumplings ($3) were just okay, the teriyaki ribs were finger-lickin, fall-off the bone heaven. The veggie tempura was also dynamite, while veggie rolls were somewhat of a miss.

Regardless of the hit or miss food items, the prices here are impossible not to love.

Overall Grade: B+





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