SAC TALL CLUB Mid-Month CELEBRATE Members JUNE B-DAYS @ MIKUNI- who Dine 4 FREE!

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Mikuni

1735 Arden Way · Sacramento, CA

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Look for the Tall folks! Our Social Chair Red B will be your host.

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If you are interested in the Sacramento Tall Club for the first time, join us for a FREE DINNER (we will buy your dinner up to $15, food only, no alcohol) and have you check out our family of TALL'S. You must be 5' 10" for women and 6' 2" for men. Give us a try!

We are celebrating our JUNE Birthdays, so come out, relax and enjoy the company of your Tall Friends! (remember all Tall Club members with JUNE birthdays eat for free! Its our gift to you!)

Members with June birthdays:
Ron B., Larry B. and Bill U. (from roster info)

Sacramento’s successful Mikuni Japanese Restaurant and Sushi Bar — with eight locations in the capital region — is branching out to the Bay Area.

Japanese immigrant Taro Arai launched Mikuni in the Sacramento suburb of Fair Oaks. The group, which has now grown to include locations in Midtown Sacramento, Roseville, Folsom and Davis and elsewhere, has consistently won Sacramento Magazine’s reader vote for best sushi.

Although it’s a full Japanese restaurant — serving teriyaki, tonkatsu, ramen, donburi, sushi, nigiri, sashimi and 16 non-raw rolls — Mikuni is full of creative, even whimsical touches. There’s a Marilyn Monroll, a Saving Nemo Roll, a Kaiser Roll, a Pimp My Roll. Edamame come in traditional, “freaky” or “garlicky” versions. For the Illegal Asparagus, the stalks are blanched in hot oil and served with sansho peppers, yuzu salt and “zig zag” sauce. Puff Daddy brings shrimp tempura that’s been stuffed with crab mix.

In 2011, Arai created a Rescue Roll (seared tuna, panko shrimp and crab mix) to raise money for victim’s of Japan’s earthquake and tsunami. He brought the roll back last year to help victims of Hurricane Harvey.

Menu: mikunisushi.com