Combining items like tuna, lump crab meat, cucumbers, and wasabi ginger soy sauce, sushi rolls are a feast for the senses that are as much fun to make as they are to eat. Turn fresh fish into edible art and reel in a meal when you pay $70 to attend a two-hour sushi-rolling class with a sake tasting taught by chef Ron Choi from Sticky Rice DC at LivingSocial's brand-new 918 F Street location. Classes take place on select Friday evenings from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. and Sunday afternoons 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. starting on February 24. Chef Choi will walk you through the steps to create the kind of innovative rolls that have propelled this hip H Street spot to become a Washington Post Editors' Pick. After learning what to look for when buying fresh fish and veggies you'll learn the basics of sushi rolling, rice cooking, and knife skills, and then get to dig into your hand-made rolls. With ingredients like tagarashi, nori, and avocado as part of your palette, your palate's in for a sensory overload.
Sticky Rice at 918 F Street
Two-Hour Sushi-Making Class and Meal with Sake Tasting from Sticky Rice Chef