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Montreal's sushi and sake bar Le Blossom is celebrating its birthday with free sake bomb kits

Enjoy the holiday hangover, Montreal!

JP Karwacki
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JP Karwacki

If you want a good excuse for solid boozy sushi party, here it is: To celebrate their third anniversary on the dining scene in Montreal, the sake bar and sushi spot Le Blossom—you know, the one with the gorgeous cherry blossom tree in the middle of its dining space—is giving away sake bomb kits of four bottles of beer and one bottle of sake with orders of $100 or more. 

This promo applies to both takeout from their restaurant in the Gay Village (1101 Boul. de Maisonneuve East) and delivery from Le Blossom via CHK PLZ.

Easiest thing to do is to pick their deluxe sushi platter for four people that goes for $110, and includes a chef's choice of 40 futomaki, 10 pieces from their sakura collection (torched/dressed sushi), 8 nigiri, and 12 hosomaki.

There's no particular deadline on this for now, and no worries about checking off some special box. We checked: Provided that order a minimum of $100, the sake kit will be thrown in with your order (and if you don't drink? that's an instant Christmas gift for someone else).

"It's our third anniversary and we realize how quickly time flies in good company! Thank you to your customers and friends for encouraging us as you do because, quite frankly, we don't know what we would do without you," Le Blossom wrote in their Instagram post announcing the promo. "You know us, if the circumstances allowed it, we would have had a no worse party in order to underline everything."

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