February 21, 2011 § 2 Comments
Sample deal #1 is $25 ($50 value) at Shiro’s Sushi in Belltown.
If the Pacific Northwest has anything worthwhile to offer besides mountains, coffee, and a competitive market for fleece, the region of green can shamelessly boast of its fresh fish. That is where Shiro Kashiba comes in. Daily visiting secret seafood suppliers, Chef Shiro prepares the freshest of fresh sushi in Seattle. Experience the sashimi those restaurant guides are talking about for $25 at Shiro’s Sushi in Belltown.
For a $50 value, Shiro’s rich menu will have locals praising their proximity to a port and raving as Chef Shiro himself prepares sushi dreams-on-a-plate right before their eyes. Given that he is also no stranger to dishing it up for emperors and famous athletes alike, expect only the best from this treasure of Belltown.
Grab a seat early and settle in for the smelt that practically went from the sea to your plate. Just don’t ask the Chef where he got it- those knives are sharp.
Sample deal #2 is a $2 evening movie ticket (valued at $12) at Big Picture Theater in Belltown.
Not since Mom and Dad were watching Starsky & Hutch and dry cleaning their polyester did going to the movies cost less than paying to park. With that in mind, sit back in a lavish rocker seat and enjoy a must-see feature for $2 at Belltowns’s Big Picture Theater. With tickets regularly valued at $12, the question is simple. Can you dig it?
Offering a full bar and signature Champagne popcorn, this movie experience will end the days of strip mall cinema and begin a new Friday night tradition. Guests must be 21 and older, allowing their professional staff to treat you like a member of The Mod Squad when delivering your cocktail right to your seat. Don’t forget to arrive early enough to enjoy the richly decorated, comfortable setting and pick the perfect stadium seat. Hint- the first row offers foot rests to kick up those platform shoes.
No small measures were taken to assure a full event while viewing the latest four-star film. After an evening that rivals a scene from, well, a movie, date night will never be the same. Far out.