Kabuki's Football Dollar Deals

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If you're looking for a spot to watch Sunday's home game between the Arizona Cardinals and and the Indianapolis Colts, Kabuki Japanese Restaurant is hoping to get your business. To sweeten the pot, they're offering "One Dollar Game Days" for every Sunday home game this season.

Specifically, Kabuki is offering "select $1 appetizers, sushi, rolls, draft beer, and bottles of sake." This sounds cheap and enticing, but the way we read the fine print, it's more of a "buy one at the regular price and get a second for a dollar" kind of deal. Still, it's nothing to sneeze at when you consider menu items such as gyoza dumplings, yellowtail rolls and bottles of Gekkeikan Zipang Sparkling Sake.

Kabuki Japanese Restaurant
6770 N. Sunrise Blvd.

2000 E. Rio Salado Parkway

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