Saturday: Roka Akor Launches All-You-Can-Eat Brunch

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Seafood and sushi fanatics, rejoice. Starting tomorrow, you'll be able to stuff yourself silly at Roka Akor's decadent new Saturday brunch buffet.

For $35, take a deep breath and dig in to five kinds of sushi rolls, such as the salmon avocado roll, as well as salads and appetizers like the butterfish takaki with white asparagus and yuzu (pictured). Desserts will be part of the spread, too. Guests will also get to choose one item from the menu of robata grill entrees.

And lest we forget, the clincher: bottomless mimosas. It's the weekend -- how can you resist a little day drinking?

The brunch runs from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. every Saturday. Teens 18 and under get in for $15, and kidlets 10 and under get to eat for free.

For reservations, call 480-306-8800.

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