Skipjack’s President/Owner Jeff Senior announces the addition of a sushi bar to his newest Skipjack’s location opening soon at Patriot Place. Skipjack’s sushi menu has already become a patron favorite at his other Skipjack’s locations: Boston’ Back Bay, Newton and Natick. The sushi bar will be under the direction of Master Sushi Chef Tsui «Otto» Hiu Tou, formerly of Oishi and Ginza.

The Skipjack’s sushi bar offers about 35 options including traditional Sashimi, Maki and Sushi Rolls as well as signatures dishes like the Hamachi Martini with diced hamachi marinated with ponzu sauce and black topike; a Cape Cod Maki, a Caterpillar Maki and Skipjack’s Rainbow Maki. The menu is approachable and affordable allowing dinners to experiment a bit and discover new flavors and favorites!

The sushi bar at Patriot Place is prominently displayed allowing guests to see the fresh and colorful seafood. «Otto’s» presentations are enhanced by the distinctive handmade pottery made by a family friend of the Seniors.

«Adding the sushi bars was so fitting for Skipjack’s; our mantra is we are seafood and so much more,» say’s Jeff Senior. From Skipjack’s inception in 1986, Jeff was determined that his restaurant would be different. At that time diners expected a seafood restaurant to serve lobster, scrod and not much else. Skipjack’s has been devoted to introducing Bostonians to a wide variety of the freshest seafood from around the world and offering it at the best prices. In fact, Skipjack’s was the first Boston area restaurant to offer orange roughy, Mahi Mahi and a wide variety of Pacific seafood. Skipjack’s is also credited with originating blackened tuna sashimi and Skipjacks’ has continued the tradition of innovation with sushi.

Skipjack’s at Patriot Place in Foxboro is scheduled to open early this fall. Skipjack’s is open 7-days a week including lunch daily from 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.; dinner Sunday through Thursday from 5:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. and Friday and Saturday evenings from 5:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m at existing locations in Boston’s Back Bay, Newton and Natick.

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