Sell Gold? How about eating or drinking it instead?
The folks as Basho, meanwhile, have been sprinkling gold flakes into their Bling-Bling! cocktail since June. Made with Bombay Sapphire gin, St. Germain, Spanish cava, and raw sugar, it may be just the thing to knock back after taking a peek a your 401(k) statement. And at just $11, it’s one splurge you might be able to afford. view full article

My Secret Boston – Fork & Dagger

On a Roll: Lessons from the experts in making sushi
Thanks to the experts at Basho Japanese Brasserie, my amateur-chef status has been lifted at least one notch. I’m saved from culinary disaster. Basho is bringing back its popular Sushi-Making 101 class. view full article

Boston Herald – Tracked Down

Tracked Down: Adam Sandler, Mark Wahlberg, Tully Banta-Cain
New Kids Donnie Wahlberg and Danny Wood crashed the party to greet Mayor Thomas M. Menino, who was on hand to honor scholarship recipients Jas-min Clark and Darius Davis. The party raised money for Theo and Paul’s Foundation to Be Named Later.

Later, 50 winners from 93.7 Mike FM were treated to a VIP party at Basho Japanese Brasserie, where Donnie Wahlberg surprised the fans with a late-night visit… view full article

OK Magazine – Spotted

Last Saturday night, Boston’s own Donnie Wahlberg was spotted at Basho Japanese Brasserie surprising fifty fans following NKOTBSB’s historic concert at Fenway Park. view full article

The Passionate Foodie

Thursday Sips & Nibbles
Basho Japanese Brasserie is proud to announce the addition of Kaiseki, a traditional, multi-course Japanese dinner, to their menu. Kaiseki consists of a sequence of dishes, each often small and artistically arranged. view full article

Sampan – New England’s Chinese-English publication since 1972

Basho- A Modern and Hip Brasserie
Boston has plenty of Japanese Restaurants. But Basho Japanese Brasserie is a breath of fresh air. Amidst the usual sushi and sashimi choices, they also have the robata grill (on skewer). view full article

Boston Herald – Tracked Down

Tracked Down: Scott Brown, Ian Ziering, Jack Huang and more
Basho owner Jack Huang, left, and Children’s Hospital executive chef Jim Boyd teach Brian Jimenez, 9, the art of catching gummy fish with chopsticks. view full article