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Sushi Roku Celebrates Third Anniversary with Half-Price Menu (Domo Arigato)

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If you're into tradition, third anniversaries are celebrated with gifts of leather or crystal. If you're Sushi Roku, third anniversaries are celebrated by offering every dish on the menu at half-price.

When do we eat?

From Sunday, September 11th, through Thursday, September 15, Sushi Roku, the swanky eatery in Scottsdale, is celebrating three years in the Valley by offering everything on their dinner menu, excluding alcohol, for half-price. Think yellowtail sashimi with diced chiles, spicy tuna rolls, and oysters with uni and caviar.

Plus, Sushi Roku's signature cocktail, the Roku Fushion, featuring Svedka vodkas, honeydew, cantaloupe, and watermelon, can be had for five bucks.

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