Roll your own: Dragonfly Robata Grill & Sushi celebrates International Sushi Day on Thursday

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We know you're not tired of international/national/local-themed food days yet, probably because they bring with them some pretty cool experiences and deals. Like this one:

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International Sushi Day is Thursday, June 18, and Dragonfly Robata Grill & Sushi is celebrating with a create-your-own-roll event to benefit the Community Food and Outreach Center.



The event is called "Make Rolls, Not War," and leads guests through the five steps of creating a sushi roll, from picking the canvas to dousing the thing with eel sauce (we know you love it; don't front). Then you can name your roll and post to Insta with the hashtag #HowIRoll. (That's "how I roll," not "howl roll.")

Make event reservations on OpenTable or call 407-330-3359.



(Click here for more Sushi Day specials.)



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