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Kabuki West Palm Beach Offers Double Happy Hour Deals

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What does the new kid on the block have to do to make friends? How about offering not one, but two happy hours?

Kabuki, the recently opened sushi and tapas restaurant on Clematis Street, is offering a happy hour deal worth checking into.

From 3 -7 p.m. daily (including weekends), Kabuki is offering half

priced sushi and drinks, as well as a large selection of $5 rolls and

appetizers. 

Rolls offered at five bucks include California, JB,

spicy tuna, spicy krab, shrimp tempura, and lava drop (krab, cream

cheese, mayo, and eel sauce in a flash fried roll).

Five dollar

tapas selections include crispy tofu,

nasu dengaku (grilled eggplant,

sesame seeds, ad sweet miso sauce), gyoza, shmai, chicken lollipops

(fried chicken drumsticks with sweet and sour sauce), scallop ceviche,

seaweed salad, krab rangoon, and vegetable tempura.

Wash your

cares away with a $5 cocktail like the wasabi martini lycheetini, or the

ginger martini.  A selection of white and red wines are $4 and Changi

beer from Thailand is $2.50.

If you're a night owl, Kabuki repeats the happy hour from 11 p.m. - 2 a.m. Thursday - Saturday. 

Kabuki, 308 Clamatis Street, West Palm Beach

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