Posts Tagged ‘sushi’

Sushi Final

Wednesday, December 20th, 2017

For finals in my information systems computer science class we got together and learned how to make sushi and it was so much fun. Now I’m not a huge sushi fan because I don’t like fish all that much so I went and made a whole bunch of veggie rolls for myself. It was a really interesting and fun time and the sushi ended up tasting really great so I’m happy about that.



Saturday, July 23rd, 2016

Hanabi, in downtown Duluth, makes some incredible sushi [and also hosts some awesome mirrors with potential for intriguing photographs]. Although I have been trying my best to save my money this summer, in order to fund myself while in London, I figured it could be a last-hoorah of sorts for my friend Marissa and I. She will be leaving for Australia at the end of next week and staying for one month. I will see her for about one week once she is back before I leave the country for London for about six months. We love sushi and Hanabi, so we just had to visit our favorite sushi place one last time together. I had the mango roll, which was delicious as always, and finished off with tempura cheesecake. Yum!


Sushi Night

Thursday, March 3rd, 2016

Because none us wanted to cook tonight, my friends and I decided to go out for sushi at Osaka.  It was delicious!  It’s really nice to have so many different kinds of restaurants around Duluth to check out.  Some of my favorites include Pizza Luce, Duluth Grill, and Osaka.  We always try to go get sushi during their “happy hour” from 4-6 because the sushi is really inexpensive.  Always looking for ways to save money!

Night on the Town

Saturday, September 27th, 2014

Last night, my friends and I went downtown to eat sushi at Hibachi. It was my first time ever on the Duluth metro buses and it was really fun! Most people don’t like the bus system because it’s very “slow”, but we made it down to Superior Street in about the same time we would in my car. Plus, it was free. It reminds me of a kiddie coaster going down the hill on the bus. Anyway, we went to Hibachi, which turned out to be delicious and great on my college budget! Afterward, we walked down to Ragstock, which is a vintage-style clothing store. There is so much to explore downtown, I can’t wait to go back again and find more things.