THURSDAY SOLD OUT! Get Your Sushi Sang Lee’s Tonno Takeover Takeout Order In For Friday- Sunday NOW!

To place an order, fill out this online form: Sushi Sang Lee Menu

*The weekly menu will be updated on Wednesdays

**Limited availability: 24 Omakase orders per night

Pick up Location : Tonno Gloucester – 2 Main St Gloucester, MA 01930

Business schedule : Thursday ~ Sunday

Business hours : 5pm ~ 8pm

Payment : Cash or Venmo (sushisanglee)

Call : (781) 698-9907

Menu for Thursday 1/22/21 to Sunday 1/24/21

Omakase (Chef’s choice) $65

9pc of top grade local and Japanese fish prepared Edomae style Nigiri sushi with a Negi Maguro maki + Oyster shooter + Ankimo (Monkfish liver)

  • SASHIMI Omakase available with the same price. Comes with sushi rice
  • Due to market price and limited availability of Bluefin Tuna there is $5 increase

Maki (Roll)

Futo maki$10

Tamago, cucumber, avocado, kanpyo (gourd), oshinko (pickled daikon), ocean trout, watercress, oboro (dried fish flakes), shiso (Japanese mint), scallion, sesame

Negi Maguro maki$12

Bluefin Tuna, scallion, oshinko

  • Add Otoro $5

Ocean Trout maki$10

Ocean Trout, shiso, avocado, watercress, oshinko, sesame

Shime Saba Isobe Maki$15

Cured local mackerel, pickled ginger, scallion, shiso, sesame, wasabi

Vegetable maki$7

Same ingredients as Futo maki w/o tamago and Salmon

A la carte (Price per piece)

Oyster shooter$4

Wellfleet Oyster, ponzu, radish, pickled jicama, shiso

Live Gloucester Uni $8

Ankimo $5

Monkfish liver – “the foie gras of the ocean”

Chu-Toro $8

Medium fatty Bluefin Tuna

O-toro $10

Extra fatty Bluefin tuna belly

Aburi Kama-Toro $12

Seared Bluefin tuna collar

*If you have any dietary restrictions, please note on order form

@HolyCowTreets On Barstool

Mike from @HolyCowTweets came on to discuss the Cousin Linda inspired sour cream cake ice cream they’re selling, to help with @BarstoolFund#TheCousins

GloucesterCast 462 with Sushi Sang Lee,  Pat and Jim Dalpiaz and Joey C Taped 1/22/21


GloucesterCast 462 with Sushi Sang Lee,  Pat and Jim Dalpiaz and Joey C Taped 1/22/21

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Please share the podcast! If you share the podcast while we are taping we will write down your name and you will be entered into a drawing to win a prize that we will choose about 2/3 the way through the podcast.

Prizes: $20 Dunkin Donut card from Brenda Leahy and Pauline’s Dip Shit redonated by Felicia

Toilet Paper review and deal (Manzanilla scent?) Folders vs ballers for TP usage

Valentine’s Day Tonno

Sushi Sang Lee Take Out Pop Up At Tonno Order Here

Zeke’s recap

Burger Night Mondays at 1606

Which Merry Castaways do their own laundry?

Porky’s on Hulu and other recommendations. Gran Torino on Netflix, Molly’s game On Netflix


Where Am I Now?

Here’s another quick photo for the “Where Am I?” series. Last week I was at The Blackbear Barbershop, the entrance to Rocky Neck, and the old gift shop in the front of the Gloucester House restaurant (finger pointing on the side of the building).

This one seems easy….but, then again, I know where I was. Ha.

Gloucester Lyceum kicks off a new monthly series: Exercises for the Quiet Eye with Annie Storr this Saturday, Jan 23

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This Saturday, January 23 the Sawyer Free Library’s GLOUCESTER LYCEUM will kick off a new monthly virtual series “Exercises for the Quiet Eye”presented by art historian and museum educator, Annie Storr. This interactive, creative program is designed to open the moment when someone can fully see the art in front of them. It aims to suspend attention, to quiet the drive to “figure out” and “move on.”

Storr developed “Exercises for the Quiet Eye” to encourage patient reflection, appreciation, and an attempt to avoid the rush to understand, or determine a set interpretation for what we see. It guides participants to use art to embrace ambiguity, intellectual exploration, and personal reflection.

This special virtual program will take place from 2-4pm on Saturdays: January 23, February 27, March 27, April 24 and May 22

Please be sure to register to join and receive the Zoom link.

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