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All-You-Can-Eat Sushi at Boston’s Empire

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Big Night Entertainment is best known for its large format restaurants with impressive décor and pumping Friday and Saturday nights. Empire, in the Seaport District, the group’s most recent venture, runs along these lines, but offers more serious diners an opportunity to enjoy some tasty food on quieter weekday evenings.

The Asian restaurant and lounge boasts a 14,000-square-foot space, large even considering the Seaport’s population of large, conference-friendly eateries. From the Great Wall Gallery to the Persimmon Room, Empire features nine distinct and opulent private dining spaces in addition to its bustling bar.

As massive as this restaurant is, seating 350 people, it can often be difficult to get a table Thursday through Saturday evenings. The bar itself is packed with a see-and-be-seen crowd; fueled by Empire’s creative cocktails, it makes for a lively evening to say the least. Something very different, however, is offered on Monday evenings — indisputably the “off night” in the restaurant industry.

Mondays at Empire offer diners a quiet, tranquil evening of delicious sushi at an excellent price. For $29, a special part of the sushi menu is available in “unlimited” format. Although all-you-can-eat sushi doesn’t always scream quality, at Empire, the sushi is not only excellent, it is creative as well.

The sushi chefs, led by executive chef Kevin Long, take their craft seriously, as does the wait staff, who are informative and efficient. Classics like the spicy tuna, red dragon, and tempura sweet potato rolls are all so good you will want to keep them coming (and you can). Other more signature items like the Empire House maki (herb cream cheese and spicy tuna), the Return of the Hamachi Tartare, and the spicy salmon bites (spicy salmon atop lightly fried beds of sushi rice) are all worthy of a round…or three.

Conveniently, the rolls come in smaller-than-usual sizes, so you can try more options on the unlimited menu, and you can measure your appetite as you go, so there’s no need to over-order and waste food.

Other menu items are also available to order. The wrinkled green beans are a must, and the sushi cupcakes — deep-fried and stuffed with crab meat, shrimp, and roe — though perhaps not the lightest item on the menu are far outside the realm of a usual sushi repertoire.

For a sushi tasting, I usually stick to sake, and the sake menu at Empire is among the stronger ones I have seen in Boston. There is nothing quite like a good cup or two of Japanese rice wine to refresh the palate in between bites.

Although Empire is one of the places to be in Boston on the weekends, I would recommend experiencing the restaurant on a quieter evening. The interior is beautifully executed and the food is really worth your full attention.


How To Survive An All-You-Can-Eat Sushi Buffet

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Maybe it's the LA vibe or having the ocean less than 5 miles away, but my friends and I have spontaneous moments during the school year when we crave sushi. Luckily, we found the perfect all-you-can-eat spot to satisfy our craving for an affordable price.

Sushi Ippo offers an all-you-can-eat sushi buffet on the weekends for less than $25 during lunch. We drooled over the trays of nigiri and loaded sushi rolls that were featured on their Instagram page for weeks until we decided it was time to try the daunting "all-you-can-eat" sushi buffet.

The day before we tried the buffet I researched how to prepare our stomachs for the plates of sushi we were about to scarf down. The internet suggested, "not to starve yourself, not to drink lots of water, and to order a variety of dishes". But when we sat down at the small sushi place in West LA, we did the exact opposite. We did not eat any breakfast, we drank 3-4 *very tall* glasses of water, and we ordered nigiri, nigiri and more nigiri (in our defense, it is hard to say no to fresh fish).

At the end of the hour, we walked out bloated but unsatisfied. The sushi was great, but we did not make the most out of the variety of sushi dishes the restaurant had to offer. We vowed that next time we would make this experience 100% worth it.

The next quarter we came suited and prepared for this experience. We wore our yoga pants, had a small breakfast, and entered Sushi Ippo with our game faces on. Here is our ultimate guide to survive all-you-can-eat sushi:


How To Survive An All-You-Can-Eat Sushi Buffet

By adding your email you agree to get updates about Spoon University Healthier

Maybe it's the LA vibe or having the ocean less than 5 miles away, but my friends and I have spontaneous moments during the school year when we crave sushi. Luckily, we found the perfect all-you-can-eat spot to satisfy our craving for an affordable price.

Sushi Ippo offers an all-you-can-eat sushi buffet on the weekends for less than $25 during lunch. We drooled over the trays of nigiri and loaded sushi rolls that were featured on their Instagram page for weeks until we decided it was time to try the daunting "all-you-can-eat" sushi buffet.

The day before we tried the buffet I researched how to prepare our stomachs for the plates of sushi we were about to scarf down. The internet suggested, "not to starve yourself, not to drink lots of water, and to order a variety of dishes". But when we sat down at the small sushi place in West LA, we did the exact opposite. We did not eat any breakfast, we drank 3-4 *very tall* glasses of water, and we ordered nigiri, nigiri and more nigiri (in our defense, it is hard to say no to fresh fish).

At the end of the hour, we walked out bloated but unsatisfied. The sushi was great, but we did not make the most out of the variety of sushi dishes the restaurant had to offer. We vowed that next time we would make this experience 100% worth it.

The next quarter we came suited and prepared for this experience. We wore our yoga pants, had a small breakfast, and entered Sushi Ippo with our game faces on. Here is our ultimate guide to survive all-you-can-eat sushi:


How To Survive An All-You-Can-Eat Sushi Buffet

By adding your email you agree to get updates about Spoon University Healthier

Maybe it's the LA vibe or having the ocean less than 5 miles away, but my friends and I have spontaneous moments during the school year when we crave sushi. Luckily, we found the perfect all-you-can-eat spot to satisfy our craving for an affordable price.

Sushi Ippo offers an all-you-can-eat sushi buffet on the weekends for less than $25 during lunch. We drooled over the trays of nigiri and loaded sushi rolls that were featured on their Instagram page for weeks until we decided it was time to try the daunting "all-you-can-eat" sushi buffet.

The day before we tried the buffet I researched how to prepare our stomachs for the plates of sushi we were about to scarf down. The internet suggested, "not to starve yourself, not to drink lots of water, and to order a variety of dishes". But when we sat down at the small sushi place in West LA, we did the exact opposite. We did not eat any breakfast, we drank 3-4 *very tall* glasses of water, and we ordered nigiri, nigiri and more nigiri (in our defense, it is hard to say no to fresh fish).

At the end of the hour, we walked out bloated but unsatisfied. The sushi was great, but we did not make the most out of the variety of sushi dishes the restaurant had to offer. We vowed that next time we would make this experience 100% worth it.

The next quarter we came suited and prepared for this experience. We wore our yoga pants, had a small breakfast, and entered Sushi Ippo with our game faces on. Here is our ultimate guide to survive all-you-can-eat sushi:


How To Survive An All-You-Can-Eat Sushi Buffet

By adding your email you agree to get updates about Spoon University Healthier

Maybe it's the LA vibe or having the ocean less than 5 miles away, but my friends and I have spontaneous moments during the school year when we crave sushi. Luckily, we found the perfect all-you-can-eat spot to satisfy our craving for an affordable price.

Sushi Ippo offers an all-you-can-eat sushi buffet on the weekends for less than $25 during lunch. We drooled over the trays of nigiri and loaded sushi rolls that were featured on their Instagram page for weeks until we decided it was time to try the daunting "all-you-can-eat" sushi buffet.

The day before we tried the buffet I researched how to prepare our stomachs for the plates of sushi we were about to scarf down. The internet suggested, "not to starve yourself, not to drink lots of water, and to order a variety of dishes". But when we sat down at the small sushi place in West LA, we did the exact opposite. We did not eat any breakfast, we drank 3-4 *very tall* glasses of water, and we ordered nigiri, nigiri and more nigiri (in our defense, it is hard to say no to fresh fish).

At the end of the hour, we walked out bloated but unsatisfied. The sushi was great, but we did not make the most out of the variety of sushi dishes the restaurant had to offer. We vowed that next time we would make this experience 100% worth it.

The next quarter we came suited and prepared for this experience. We wore our yoga pants, had a small breakfast, and entered Sushi Ippo with our game faces on. Here is our ultimate guide to survive all-you-can-eat sushi:


How To Survive An All-You-Can-Eat Sushi Buffet

By adding your email you agree to get updates about Spoon University Healthier

Maybe it's the LA vibe or having the ocean less than 5 miles away, but my friends and I have spontaneous moments during the school year when we crave sushi. Luckily, we found the perfect all-you-can-eat spot to satisfy our craving for an affordable price.

Sushi Ippo offers an all-you-can-eat sushi buffet on the weekends for less than $25 during lunch. We drooled over the trays of nigiri and loaded sushi rolls that were featured on their Instagram page for weeks until we decided it was time to try the daunting "all-you-can-eat" sushi buffet.

The day before we tried the buffet I researched how to prepare our stomachs for the plates of sushi we were about to scarf down. The internet suggested, "not to starve yourself, not to drink lots of water, and to order a variety of dishes". But when we sat down at the small sushi place in West LA, we did the exact opposite. We did not eat any breakfast, we drank 3-4 *very tall* glasses of water, and we ordered nigiri, nigiri and more nigiri (in our defense, it is hard to say no to fresh fish).

At the end of the hour, we walked out bloated but unsatisfied. The sushi was great, but we did not make the most out of the variety of sushi dishes the restaurant had to offer. We vowed that next time we would make this experience 100% worth it.

The next quarter we came suited and prepared for this experience. We wore our yoga pants, had a small breakfast, and entered Sushi Ippo with our game faces on. Here is our ultimate guide to survive all-you-can-eat sushi:


How To Survive An All-You-Can-Eat Sushi Buffet

By adding your email you agree to get updates about Spoon University Healthier

Maybe it's the LA vibe or having the ocean less than 5 miles away, but my friends and I have spontaneous moments during the school year when we crave sushi. Luckily, we found the perfect all-you-can-eat spot to satisfy our craving for an affordable price.

Sushi Ippo offers an all-you-can-eat sushi buffet on the weekends for less than $25 during lunch. We drooled over the trays of nigiri and loaded sushi rolls that were featured on their Instagram page for weeks until we decided it was time to try the daunting "all-you-can-eat" sushi buffet.

The day before we tried the buffet I researched how to prepare our stomachs for the plates of sushi we were about to scarf down. The internet suggested, "not to starve yourself, not to drink lots of water, and to order a variety of dishes". But when we sat down at the small sushi place in West LA, we did the exact opposite. We did not eat any breakfast, we drank 3-4 *very tall* glasses of water, and we ordered nigiri, nigiri and more nigiri (in our defense, it is hard to say no to fresh fish).

At the end of the hour, we walked out bloated but unsatisfied. The sushi was great, but we did not make the most out of the variety of sushi dishes the restaurant had to offer. We vowed that next time we would make this experience 100% worth it.

The next quarter we came suited and prepared for this experience. We wore our yoga pants, had a small breakfast, and entered Sushi Ippo with our game faces on. Here is our ultimate guide to survive all-you-can-eat sushi:


How To Survive An All-You-Can-Eat Sushi Buffet

By adding your email you agree to get updates about Spoon University Healthier

Maybe it's the LA vibe or having the ocean less than 5 miles away, but my friends and I have spontaneous moments during the school year when we crave sushi. Luckily, we found the perfect all-you-can-eat spot to satisfy our craving for an affordable price.

Sushi Ippo offers an all-you-can-eat sushi buffet on the weekends for less than $25 during lunch. We drooled over the trays of nigiri and loaded sushi rolls that were featured on their Instagram page for weeks until we decided it was time to try the daunting "all-you-can-eat" sushi buffet.

The day before we tried the buffet I researched how to prepare our stomachs for the plates of sushi we were about to scarf down. The internet suggested, "not to starve yourself, not to drink lots of water, and to order a variety of dishes". But when we sat down at the small sushi place in West LA, we did the exact opposite. We did not eat any breakfast, we drank 3-4 *very tall* glasses of water, and we ordered nigiri, nigiri and more nigiri (in our defense, it is hard to say no to fresh fish).

At the end of the hour, we walked out bloated but unsatisfied. The sushi was great, but we did not make the most out of the variety of sushi dishes the restaurant had to offer. We vowed that next time we would make this experience 100% worth it.

The next quarter we came suited and prepared for this experience. We wore our yoga pants, had a small breakfast, and entered Sushi Ippo with our game faces on. Here is our ultimate guide to survive all-you-can-eat sushi:


How To Survive An All-You-Can-Eat Sushi Buffet

By adding your email you agree to get updates about Spoon University Healthier

Maybe it's the LA vibe or having the ocean less than 5 miles away, but my friends and I have spontaneous moments during the school year when we crave sushi. Luckily, we found the perfect all-you-can-eat spot to satisfy our craving for an affordable price.

Sushi Ippo offers an all-you-can-eat sushi buffet on the weekends for less than $25 during lunch. We drooled over the trays of nigiri and loaded sushi rolls that were featured on their Instagram page for weeks until we decided it was time to try the daunting "all-you-can-eat" sushi buffet.

The day before we tried the buffet I researched how to prepare our stomachs for the plates of sushi we were about to scarf down. The internet suggested, "not to starve yourself, not to drink lots of water, and to order a variety of dishes". But when we sat down at the small sushi place in West LA, we did the exact opposite. We did not eat any breakfast, we drank 3-4 *very tall* glasses of water, and we ordered nigiri, nigiri and more nigiri (in our defense, it is hard to say no to fresh fish).

At the end of the hour, we walked out bloated but unsatisfied. The sushi was great, but we did not make the most out of the variety of sushi dishes the restaurant had to offer. We vowed that next time we would make this experience 100% worth it.

The next quarter we came suited and prepared for this experience. We wore our yoga pants, had a small breakfast, and entered Sushi Ippo with our game faces on. Here is our ultimate guide to survive all-you-can-eat sushi:


How To Survive An All-You-Can-Eat Sushi Buffet

By adding your email you agree to get updates about Spoon University Healthier

Maybe it's the LA vibe or having the ocean less than 5 miles away, but my friends and I have spontaneous moments during the school year when we crave sushi. Luckily, we found the perfect all-you-can-eat spot to satisfy our craving for an affordable price.

Sushi Ippo offers an all-you-can-eat sushi buffet on the weekends for less than $25 during lunch. We drooled over the trays of nigiri and loaded sushi rolls that were featured on their Instagram page for weeks until we decided it was time to try the daunting "all-you-can-eat" sushi buffet.

The day before we tried the buffet I researched how to prepare our stomachs for the plates of sushi we were about to scarf down. The internet suggested, "not to starve yourself, not to drink lots of water, and to order a variety of dishes". But when we sat down at the small sushi place in West LA, we did the exact opposite. We did not eat any breakfast, we drank 3-4 *very tall* glasses of water, and we ordered nigiri, nigiri and more nigiri (in our defense, it is hard to say no to fresh fish).

At the end of the hour, we walked out bloated but unsatisfied. The sushi was great, but we did not make the most out of the variety of sushi dishes the restaurant had to offer. We vowed that next time we would make this experience 100% worth it.

The next quarter we came suited and prepared for this experience. We wore our yoga pants, had a small breakfast, and entered Sushi Ippo with our game faces on. Here is our ultimate guide to survive all-you-can-eat sushi:


How To Survive An All-You-Can-Eat Sushi Buffet

By adding your email you agree to get updates about Spoon University Healthier

Maybe it's the LA vibe or having the ocean less than 5 miles away, but my friends and I have spontaneous moments during the school year when we crave sushi. Luckily, we found the perfect all-you-can-eat spot to satisfy our craving for an affordable price.

Sushi Ippo offers an all-you-can-eat sushi buffet on the weekends for less than $25 during lunch. We drooled over the trays of nigiri and loaded sushi rolls that were featured on their Instagram page for weeks until we decided it was time to try the daunting "all-you-can-eat" sushi buffet.

The day before we tried the buffet I researched how to prepare our stomachs for the plates of sushi we were about to scarf down. The internet suggested, "not to starve yourself, not to drink lots of water, and to order a variety of dishes". But when we sat down at the small sushi place in West LA, we did the exact opposite. We did not eat any breakfast, we drank 3-4 *very tall* glasses of water, and we ordered nigiri, nigiri and more nigiri (in our defense, it is hard to say no to fresh fish).

At the end of the hour, we walked out bloated but unsatisfied. The sushi was great, but we did not make the most out of the variety of sushi dishes the restaurant had to offer. We vowed that next time we would make this experience 100% worth it.

The next quarter we came suited and prepared for this experience. We wore our yoga pants, had a small breakfast, and entered Sushi Ippo with our game faces on. Here is our ultimate guide to survive all-you-can-eat sushi:



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