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This Week: Half Off at Sushi Roku

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For their one-year anniversary, the folks at Sushi Roku, the high-style Japanese restaurant at the W Scottsdale, are offering up an enticing deal for regulars and first-timers alike.

Today through September 13, guests will get a 50 percent discount on all food items for lunch and dinner, from traditional sushi bar creations to prime ribeye steak "Japonaise" with soy garlic sauce. Half-off Japanese food sounds like reason to celebrate, indeed, and we won't be surprised to see this place packed as a result.

And although alcohol isn't included in the promotion, they're serving a special Roku Fusion cocktail (raspberry and citrus Skyy vodka, fresh pineapple, melon, and an orange garnish) for five bucks.

 

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