framed newspaper reviews of Blossoms still posted on the wall of the restaurant shows that it was destination dining when it opened over a decade ago. there's a japanese teppanyaki-style plancha where a chef/performer prepares the meal for diners seated around the periphery; a sushi bar; and a sit-down restaurant. when we visited in mid-August, all the action was at the benihana-style area, and for good reason--many of the diners were youngsters who really enjoyed the show (older ones are even invited to help crack eggs). it's a fun meal, but the food is just ok (so horrifying to watch the quantity of butter and soy sauce used in the preparation).
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