The Fish Sushi in Midtown marks 20th anniversary with May possibly 1 social gathering

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One of Midtown’s mainstay dining establishments is marking its 20th anniversary by providing $20,000 to community charities.

The Fish Sushi Restaurant and Bar, 309 Grey, is keeping a 20th birthday bash on Could 1 with a party, open to the public, commencing at 4 p.m. with complimentary bites of some of its most well-liked sushi dishes, stay new music, lion dances, giveaways, and a signature cocktail. The party also will mark the debut of new menu goods a restricted time featuring of its XX Roll (kobe beef, toro, avocado, caviar and gold flakes) for $20, which is half off the value.

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But the anniversary also is a induce for celebration the place area philanthropy is concerned. The cafe is donating $20,000 to be divided similarly among the 4 charities that ended up picked by 4 very long-phrase workers. The charities getting $5,000 just about every include things like BARC (animal shelter and adoption) Hispanic Scholarship Fund Houston Foodstuff Bank and Asian American Youth Providing Circle. Representatives from every single group will be at the party to receive the donation.

The Fish is section of Eightysix’d Hospitality Group which operates principles this kind of Bovine & Barley, Duck McShweeney’s, and Sushi on Write-up Oak. Tickets for the party are absolutely free register right here on Eventbrite.

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