JULY BINGO AT CROW'S NEST
FOR A CHANCE TO WIN A $100 GIFT CARD
For the month of July, you can pick up a Crow's Nest Bingo card from the restaurant and redeem two squares per visit until you get a Bingo! Once you have five in a row diagonally, horizontally or vertically, you can turn in your card for a FREE SELECT Appetizer (Rustic Tomato & Mozzarella Salad, Steamed Mussels or Sesame Seared Ahi Tuna) and a chance to win a $100 Crow's Nest gift card! The winner will be randomly drawn from the completed Bingo cards on August 1st!
TASTE of PRIDE 2021 is brought to you by Project Pride. FLAVORS as diverse as PRIDE, and we want you to try them all!
Experience the best of Sarasota's LGBTQ-Friendly businesses with Project PRIDE's second annual TASTE of PRIDE event happening June 6th - 19th. Businesses are offering a discount, pre-fix menu, or free item to celebrate pride month. Some locations are even adding rainbow items to the menu!
Always make sure to mention "TASTE of PRIDE" when ordering!
Summer never tasted so good! Enjoy #SavorSarasota Restaurant Week June 1-14 when dozens of restaurants feature prix-fixe, multi-course lunch and dinner menus for just $16 and $32 per person!
Home to award-winning and legendary restaurants, there’s no better time to explore all the culinary experiences Sarasota County has to offer. From Peruvian palates and French cuisine to American classics and fresh seafood, you’ll feel like a local foodie in no time.
A popular downtown Sarasota restaurant for sushi and other Asian cuisine plans to open a second location, this one in Manatee County.
Tsunami Sushi & Hibachi Grill is set to open at 11627 E. State Road 70 in The Green at Lakewood Ranch shopping center, which also houses Winn-Dixie, LA Fitness and multiple other restaurants. Tsunami co-owner and operations manager Jeffrey Karasawa said plans are to open the location later this fall.
The space was initially slated to be a Lakewood Ranch location for Irish 31, the Tampa-based restaurant and pub concept that opened a Sarasota location in 2019. Irish 31 owner Jay Mize said they pushed pause on opening any future corporate locations when the pandemic hit, now putting the finishing touches on a franchise program rollout.