Thursday, March 29, 2007
The St. Sake Bomb Celebration
Tokyo Delve’s is the Carlos and Charlie’s/Senor Frog’s of sushi bars. The sushi is terrible, I wouldn’t even waste my time with food there, but you’re not going for the sushi. You’re going for sake bombing.
Tokyo Delve’s is known for its sake bombing and they do it right! You can get a gallon keg of Sapporo for your table and the waiters keep the sake coming. The waiters and sushi chefs will come to your table and lead you in the great cheer (“When I say sake, you say bomb! SAKE! BOMB! SAKE! BOMB!”), which ends with them pounding on the table until your sake falls from its precarious perch on your chopsticks into a glass of Sapporo.
You will be greeted with thunderous cheers the minute you walk in the door. You will dance on your chairs. You will conga with your neighbor tables. You will play trivia and win stupid t-shirts. You will drink sake.
A fabulous place to celebrate your birthday, and oddly enough, St. Patrick’s Day and the entire month of March, known as the St. Sake Bomb Celebration. So you've got exactly 3 nights left to celebrate—or 365, depending on how you look at it.
Any time you go you’ll be sure to love the kitschy atmosphere and you can’t help but have a good time—but don't eat the sushi!
5239 Lankershim Blvd.
North Hollywood 91601