If you're the champion sushi eater in your group, then RA Sushi wants you.
At each restaurant, 24 contestants will face off in college basketball style. That's right! The competition is organized via a bracket system. The first round will include two heats of 12 competitors to see who can consume the most uncut Tootsy Maki rolls (consisting of kani kama crab mix, shrimp, and cucumber) in three minutes. The top three competitors of each heat advance to the championship round.
The championship round will see the final six sushi warriors vying
for the title by downing as many Tootsy Maki rolls as they can
in five minutes.
For those of you doing the math -- that's eight minutes of eating a heck of a lot of sushi, people!
grand-prize eater will win RA Sushi for a year (a dozen $50 gift
certificates worth $600) and bragging rights as the baddest sushi eater
-- ever! The second-place contestant will win a $100 RA Sushi gift
certificate, third place receives a $50 gift certificate, and the fourth
place runner-up will receive a $25 gift certificate. All competitors
will get a fierce RA headband to wear with pride.
must be 18 or over, and entry is limited to the first 24 contestants at
each location. Register by April 4 in person or by calling the
If you simply want to watch the action, both locations are having food and drink specials, including $7 Tokyo Tussle
rolls (cucumber and shrimp rolls topped with spicy shrimp); $6 throwdown
rolls (cucumber and spicy tuna topped with red tempura bits); $6 half-court bombs (Red Bull and a shot of flavored vodka or Jägermeister); $7
Rim RAckers (Skyy vodka and Red Bull); and $5 free throw bombs (Kirin or
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