Arts and Theatre
American History (After Hours): Sushi for Sale
How did a Japanese delicacy become an American favorite? Join the National Museum of American History on May 13 as they explore sushi’s status as an American staple with Kaz Okochi, DC’s award-winning sushi chef and owner of Kaz Sushi Bistro, Bonny Wolf of American Food Roots, and FoodStory founder Yoko Isassi.
The evening will kick off with a discussion and Q&A session. Reception activities include:
- Live sushi-making demonstrations
- Sake tasting lessons and bar
- Soy sauce tastings with 12+ flavors
- Green tea samples
- Historic objects on display
- Hearty appetizers by chef William Bednar
- Japanese sweet and savory snacks.
When: Wednesday, May 13, 6 – 8:30 p.m.
Where: National Museum of American History
14th Street and Constitution Ave NW
Tickets: $40 general admission.