A weird mixture, for sure, but when it's using high-quality ingredients, it actually works. On Tuesday, the restaurant at the corner of 10th and Monroe in Piedmont Park held the "Sushi, Sake and Salt Block Experience" to unveil new items on the menu. Sushi chef Chapin Vilasineekul concocted deliciously simple maki rolls using Hawaiian fish flown in daily and fresh Wagyu beef. The restaurant's Wagyu beef supplier is so exclusive that it only provides to two other restaurants in the entire country. You can even trace the bloodline of the beef using a diagram of the Japanese farm's cows. Now that's some festive holiday fun!
Also on display was their "Salt Block experience." Think fondue but with a searing-hot black cube. It's actually very modern looking and would look great on my side table. A heated salt block is brought to each table and it's up to customers to choose which meat to cook and for how long. Or, of course, since the meat is so fresh, you could eat it raw. It's a fun, interactive eating experience, and isn't that what Christmas is all about?
Still not interactive enough? Downstairs is the Rink at Piedmont Park, Midtown's only ice-skating rink. The rink is probably the only attraction that doesn't match the same high quality. It's small and I felt like I was skating on plastic, not smooth ice. The rink is also covered, blocking the city's skyline. But with Motown jams playing, it's still a fun way to burn off those delicious calories. And really, that's just the appropriate level of holiday festiveness I can take.
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