MIKU SUSHI opened in April 2019 and is located at 68 Greenwich Avenue. Sister restaurant to KUMO Sushi Lounge in Scarsdale and Hinoki in Greenwich, the restaurant is one of the most popular eateries in the community. MIKU is known for quality, fresh ingredients, and innovative dishes. The restaurant partnered with Greenwich United Way to support the organization’s women’s initiative, Sole Sisters, during the month of April. A specials menu was created featuring a sushi roll, appetizer, and cocktail, and 100% of the proceeds from these three items will be donated to the non-profit partner. MIKU launched the non-profit partnership program in February 2020 to raise awareness for local organizations in need and has donated more than $50,000 dollars since its inception. Past partners include the local chapters of the American Red Cross, Food Rescue, Kids in Crisis, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, Make-a-Wish, Alzheimer’s Association, YWCA, and many others. Call to make a reservation or visit the website to order takeout. Visit MIKU SUSHI online to view complete menus (mikugreenwich.com). MIKU also offers at-home “pop-up” experiences for small or large groups. Call (203) 900-7676 for more information! #MIKUxSoleSisters
MIKU x Sole Sisters
100% of the proceeds from this menu during the month of April will beneﬁt the Greenwich United Way
Sole Sisters Roll $24
king crab and oshiko inside, topped with torched tuna, eel sauce, and spicy mayo
“Women Stepping Up to Help Others Step Forward.”
Each year, the Sole Sisters raise money to serve a speci1c need in the community. This year the Sole Sisters are proud to support the Greenwich United Way’s leadership eIorts in supporting community solutions in the areas of education, self-su ciency, and health.
Find It. Fund It. Fix It. (appetizer) $16
king salmon, jumbo crab, strawberry jelly, and caviar served with the chef’s special coconut sauce and sweet chili sauce
The Greenwich United Way is dedicated to improving the lives of all Greenwich residents by providing them the opportunity to be healthy, educated, and self-su cient. This is accomplished by identifying the human service needs of the Greenwich community, then raising the funds to support established programs or developing the programs to meet those needs.
Stiletto (cocktail) $16
Japanese gin, fresh lychee juice, lime juice, rose syrup, and a splash of soda
A toast to our patrons and ticket holders who will be joining us in person at the Sole Sisters Luncheon held on April 28th from 12-2 pm at Greenwich Country Club.
Join us on April 28th at Greenwich Country Club and help support the Greenwich United Way’s work to fund community solutions in the areas of education, self-suffciency, and health.