GREENWICH, CT – During the month of December, MIKU Sushi, located at 68 Greenwich Ave., and Bruce Contemporaries are teaming up to raise funds and raise awareness at the Bruce Museum.
The MIKU team has created new dishes and a festive holiday cocktail that will be available exclusively this month for meals and take-out in addition to the regular lunch and dinner menus. All proceeds from this special menu will benefit the museum’s mission to enrich the lives of all residents of the Greenwich community by fostering an understanding and appreciation of art and science.
Fisher Dollhouse, $ 19: Wagyu beef and scallops on beet, topped with sturgeon caviar, served with truffle vinaigrette, inspired by an exhibit featuring a stunning 10-room diorama filled with an eclectic array of historic crafts, art and design and contemporaries rendered in miniature, dates.
Roll resolved, $ 28: King salmon, shiitake mushrooms and asparagus inside, topped with wagyu beef, kombu salt and mushroom truffle sauce. Inspired by an exhibit featuring a range of important artefacts from the Bruce Museum’s Indigenous Nations Collection.
Seaside resort, $ 33: Grilled crispy skin branzino on sautéed baby bok choy. Inspired by the Seaside Center, a waterfront environmental education center located in Greenwich Point Park, Old Greenwich.
Natural Cycles, $ 15: White rum Probitas, grape juice, lemon juice, rose syrup. Inspired by an ambitious new project at the Bruce Museum to relocate permanent science galleries.
“The Bruce Museum and The Bruce Contemporaries are honored to partner with MIKU Sushi again this year. Funds raised through this initiative will have a direct impact on the ability of museums to continue to engage with the wider community, ”said Grace Djuranovic and Asya Geller, Bruce Contemporaries. Co-Chairs, in a press release. “As co-chairs of Bruce Contemporaries, we are always looking to expand the reach of the group and engage with a new group of museum supporters. We have members who grew up in Greenwich and new members who have just moved to the area. The partnership with MIKU in December will allow us to extend this reach even further. “
The MIKU team has donated over $ 50,000 to local non-profit organizations since the restaurant opened in April 2019. Sister restaurants, Hinoki, located at 363 Greenwich Ave., and KUMO Sushi Lounge in Scarsdale, NY, are also involved in local community outreach.
KUMO is currently raising funds for the Loukoumi Foundation to sponsor a treatment room in St. Judes.
“Collaborations like this give us the opportunity to make an impact in the community and beyond,” added MIKU co-owner K Dong. “Our team enjoys learning more about our nonprofit partners and sharing this information with our clients. It has been a successful program for us since we launched the campaign in February of last year and we are looking to build on this. campaign for 2022 with new ideas. “
MIKU is open seven days a week for lunch and dinner, and offers take-out, in-home pop-up experiences, and special event catering. Reservations are recommended but admissions are welcome.
Outdoor seating with heaters are available, as are gift cards. Visit the restaurant’s website for more information.
For more information on the Bruce Contemporaries, visit their website their website.