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Luk Fu is Celebrating the Cherry Blossom Festival With Special Sushi Menu, Cocktails and Lots of Cherry Blossom Decor

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Luk Fu is Celebrating the Cherry Blossom Festival With Special Sushi Menu, Cocktails and Lots of Cherry Blossom Decor

Luk Fu is Celebrating the Cherry Blossom Festival With Special Sushi Menu, Cocktails and Lots of Cherry Blossom Decor

Luk Fu is Celebrating the Cherry Blossom Festival With Special Sushi Menu, Cocktails and Lots of Cherry Blossom Decor

This time each year cherry blossoms bloom in our area providing amazing pops of pink and purple and creating very Instagramable photo opportunities throughout the city. It’s also celebrated with National Cherry Blossom Festival which began in D.C but is celebrated here in Philly.  Luk Fu, located in the all-new Live! Casino & Hotel is recognizing this colorful holiday with a special Cherry Blossom Celebration menu featuring sushi dishes, hand crafted cocktails and plenty of cherry blossom decor. Luke Fu’s Cherry Blossom Celebration is running now through April 11th.

Luk Fu enlisted the help of local interior designer House of Catherine to ensure that every space pops with cherry blossom decor.  From faux cherry blossom trees to floor decals, the vibe is definitely set here. In addition to their main dining area, Luk Fu also offers pricing dining for up to 12 gusts as well as a karaoke room that accommodates up to 16 would be pop-stars.

The Cherry Blossom Celebration menu features:

Pink Flower Roll 

Tuna, Salmon, Yellowtail, Avocado, Masago wrapped in Pink Soy Paper

Sushi Sandwich Roll 

Tuna, Salmon, Yellowtail, Eel layered with Pink Soy Paper and Tempura Crunch and Tobiko on top

Chambord Margarita 

Tequila, Lime, Raspberry Sugar Rim

Satsuma Cocktail 

Gin, Satsuma Orange, Mandarin Orange

Strawberry Bubble Tea

with brown Sugar Jelly

 

Cherry Blossom Festival History

The spring celebration in Washington, D.C., commemorates the March 27, 1912, gift of Japanese cherry trees from Mayor Yukio Ozaki of Tokyo City to the city of Washington, D.C. Mayor.   Ozaki donated the trees to enhance the growing friendship between the United States and Japan and also celebrate the continued close relationship between the two nations. The festival has grown to incorporate large and colorful helium balloons, floats, marching bands from across the country, and other live entertainers.

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