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Screaming Tuna taking limited reservations for Saturday; Will donate 20% of its sales through March to Red Cross for relief efforts in Japan

Photo: Screaming Tuna Facebook

Update: March 18, 2011 at 10:10pm

I just received great news! Screaming Tuna Sushi & Asian Bistro would like to help those affected by the devastating earthquake & tsunami. The new Fifth Ward restaurant will donate 20% of its sales through the end of  March to the Red Cross to help the people of Japan.

March 18, 2011 at 4:29pm

Screaming Tuna Sushi and Asian Bistro, Milwaukee’s newest restaurant on the Milwaukee River announced via its Facebook page today that it is opening up to the public for the first  time Saturday, March 19 and is taking a limited number of reservations only. Up until now, the restaurant had only hosted ‘soft openings’ for its family and friends.

Photo: Screaming Tuna

Screaming Tuna is a Sushi and Asian Bistro specializing in traditional dishes with a twist. From its signature roll, to its Sushi Pizza, you’ll find classic flavors and with one-of-a-kind Italian inspired fusion.

The full bar is complimented with a very extensive wine & cocktail menu, and an exciting Wine of the Month Club.

With seating for 140 inside, and additional tables outside, you’ll always be able take in one of the best skyline views in Milwaukee.

Screaming Tuna will be open tomorrow from 4:30pm until close. Call (414) 763-1637 for reservations.

Screaming Tuna
106 W Seeboth
Milwaukee, WI 53204

  • Dining dave

    By contrast, Izumi’s is requiring its servers to solicit charitable contributions from the customers. This must be just as painfully awkward for the unfortunate server it is for the customer.

    There is a poster announcing that they will send donations given by customers, this should be enough. Or at most, maybe have the host/hostess point out the poster, inform customers of an opportunity to contribute. This type of duty is CLEARLY more in line with the responsibility of managers and host/hostess, NOT the servers.

    Once I’m seated for dinner, I don’t want to be hit up for money for a charity, I want to enjoy my dining experience.

    I understand the owner is japanese, possibly other employees are also? My deepest sympathies go out to all affected by the recent tragedies. I simply prefer Screaming Tuna’s method for responding to the disasters. Simply by dining there I feel I’m helping out.

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