The Venue’s Hidden Treasures

In Japanese, “Takara” means “treasure.” It’s no surprise that the mouth-watering sushi restaurant inside The Venue was named as such.

Takara’s delectable sushi dishes combine traditional and modern Japanese cuisine that is perfect to complement with sake, wine or Japanese beer. Head down to this hidden treasure and try sashimi, sushi or a roll and you’ll find each piece is fresh, creamy and the epitome of Japanese cuisine.

If that doesn’t pull you in, the Tuesday night All-You-Can-Eat special will. At $19.95 a person, eat as many rolls, sushi and sashimi pieces as you desire. The deal also includes a choice of miso soup or ginger salad. You can order two of anything at a time but it’s suggested to pace yourself – enjoy each Japanese plate to its full capacity and savor in the deliciousness that Takara has to offer.

The atmosphere in Takara is upscale yet soothing. Though the chairs, booths and tables have an art Deco feel, the restaurant is dimly lit to add a little traditional romanticism to your experience. Takara’s service staff is as soothing as their overhead lighting – they are happy to serve you and don’t make you feel rushed during the course of your meal.

After you eat, head over Club V, The Venue’s upscale bar and nightclub section. Go on a Monday and enjoy Service Industry Night (S.I.N.) with no cover, $2 drinks and music hosted by 933flz. Over-indulged in sushi? No problem. Go to Club V on Thursday nights for Latin night, work up a sweat and dance off those sushi calories.

Club V also hosts special events. On Friday March 18th, drop by the venue to see MTV Jersey Shore’s Pauly D spin for the ultimate spring break party.

Whether you’re looking for delicious sushi, a little dance therapy or a combination of the two, Takara at The Venue and Club V is just the place.

P.S.: During your next visit to The Venue, don’t forget to check out these spots for great specials:

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