North Lake Tahoe locals save on sushi at Mikuni |

North Lake Tahoe locals save on sushi at Mikuni

Wendy Lautnerarts andamp; entertainment editor
Emma Garrard/Sierra Sun The flavorful Heath Roll eats like a meal.

Remember the good old days, when California-living was easy? While the days of bounty are a distant memory for many of us newly-named penny-pinchers, thats no reason to put date-night on the backburner. This week, Mikuni Japanese Restaurant Sushi Bar is making it even easier for North Lake Tahoe and Truckee residents to enjoy and afford going out to eat. The restaurant, celebrating its one-year anniversary in its location at the Village at Northstar, announced its Equal Opportunity Pricing program to start Saturday, Dec. 13.The catch: All North Lake Tahoe and Truckee residents will receive 20 percent off their entire bill just by presenting a current (and legal) drivers license with their local address for the entire year. Just one more reason why we love living in Tahoe. We decided to head out to Mikuni this week for a little field research, heres what we found:

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