When Groupon posted a deal for Shabu Restaurant, of course we bought it. And I made sure Anna and Alex saw it, too, because they love Shabu-shabu as much as we do (I think at least half of the emails Anna and I send each other have the subject “swish swish” because we’re making plans to get together for shabu). Obviously we invited them to go with us to use ours.
As usual, Pete and Alex picked the craziest sounding Sake they could find on the menu. I don’t think they have managed to find a more entertaining one than the Poochi-Poochi Nigori Sake from our first visit, but I guess you can’t expect ridiculously translated labels on every sake bottle.