Holiday Gift Giving Ideas

The holidays are about enjoying the fun and festivities with family and friends, not long shopping lines and short tempers. So to help our patrons get the most out of their holiday experience, we’ve put together a few gift giving ideas to help lighten your burden during this season of giving. The Green Thumbs Winter in South Florida? Let’s face it, you’re more likely to see an alligator climbing a fence than snow fall on the peninsula. And with nearly year-round perfect weather, there’s bound to be someone on your list who …

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Happening at Hatsume: The Sake Stage Welcomes Chef Roy

In this installment of our Happening at Hatsume series, we’re giving you all the delectable details about what’s happening on our Sake stage. For the first time in the very long history of Hatsume we’re bringing you culinary talks, Sake 101, and more at the Sake stage hosted by Midori Roth, resident sake expert at Winebow, and Chef Roy Villacrusis of Nitrogen Bar, Grill & Sushi in Jupiter. These two will emcee programming throughout the day on both Saturday and Sunday. Read on for full details, and don’t forget to get yourself a …

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Rain or Shine, Sake is Always a Good Time!

Picture this: you’re strolling through Roji-en, taking in the sights and sounds of bamboo rustling in the wind, wildlife scampering over the path and Morikami Lake gently lapping at the shore of Yamato Island. You’ve just filled your belly with delightful sushi and Pan-Asian cuisine from the Cornell Café that paired perfectly with a crisp and cool sip of sparkling sake. As you round the lake and your stroll comes to a close you make your way to the theater for the rousing beats of Fushu Daiko’s taiko drumming. Now, make that …

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Summer is Here! Time for Sushi, Strolls and Sunsets

Sushi & Stroll has evolved from a good idea to a great idea to a “why didn’t I see you at the Morikami on Friday night?” idea. It has become the perfect end to a hectic workweek, a chillaxin’ beginning to the weekend or a nature-inspired, sexy-back date night kinda thang.

Sushi, It’s Not All About Raw Fish

How can you say about sushi? Quite a bit actually. Reiko Nishioka adds her thoughts on the Japanese dish, which is more popular in some parts of South Florida than hamburgers.

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