RA South Miami Halloween Boo Bash, King James Roll

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Sundays at RA are known for the "Flying Fish Lounge," late night happy hour. This Sunday, Halloween and happy hour combine for Boo Bash 2010.  In addition to regular deals (half-off appetizers and sushi rolls with drink specials ranging from $2-$6,) guests in costume can enter to win $100 RA gift certificates.

The event will also feature live music from 8 p.m. to midnight. Starting tonight, the restaurant will also introduce the new "King James Roll," featuring a combination of shrimp tempura, crab mix, and cucumber topped with red beet tempura flakes and a sweet eel sauce. The roll is $6 (per LeBron's jersey number) and sports the Heat's colors.

Boo Bash 2010, Sunday, October 31 from 8 p.m. - midnight. RA South Miami, 5829 SW 73rd St., 33143. rasushi.com

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