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Nobuo at Teeter House, James Beard Award-winner Nobuo Fukuda’s five-star restaurant in historic Heritage and Science Park, will be very busy this month, and not just constructing their much anticipated outdoor seating area.
Arizona Beer Week
To celebrate Arizona Beer Week (Feb. 19-26), Nobuo is offering a three-course izakaya with beer flight all week long priced at $39 per person. Here are the courses: 
nobuoporkbellybuns-l* Half-Shell Oyster with Sea Urchin plus Half-Shell Oyster with Ponzu Sauce paired with Iwate Kura oyster stout 
* Whitefish Carpaccio with Garlic Sesame Oil and House-Made Focaccia paired with Shizen Bakushu wild yeast ale
* Pork Belly Buns (pictured, left) paired with Coedo Beniaka sweet potato lager
27th Annual Festival of Japan
Nobuo has a front-row seat for Arizona Matsuri, held Feb. 26 & 27 at Heritage & Science Park, and they’ll be hosting a beer garden on the front lawn, offering a wide selection of Japanese craft brews and sakes. They’ll also be serving their regular lunch menu, plus special sashimi plates and Nobuo’s signature spoon tastes.
If you’ve been waiting to try Nobuo, February is a great opportunity to taste the Downtown dining scene’s newest sensation!