Sportstalk Podcast @ Hana Zen Japanese Grill and Sushi Bar Pier 39 San Francisco: Thursday March 23, 2017

March 24, 2017

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yelp.com photo: Hana Zen at Pier 39 San Francisco by night fall and home of some of San Francisco best Japanese Cuisine

Cast: David Zizmor (host), Morris Phillips, Tony “The Tiger” Hayes, Jerry Feitelberg, and Lee Leonard (producer). Our thanks to Alvin and Angie Louie owners of Hana Zen Japanese Grill and Sushi Bar Pier 39 at San Francisco’s Fisherman’s Wharf for hosting Sportstalk Radio. Tonight we were treated to Hana Zen’s famous California Sushi Rolls, Ahi Tuna, Chicken Teriyaki, Calamari, and their wonderful miso soup. Also you can enjoy their sushi rolls, sashimi, and other Japanese favorites. Hana Zen also offers filet mignon, New York steak, and try their famous Lava Rock cooking right at your own table. Also enjoy some green tea ice cream at the end of your meal. Help Pier 39 celebrate 39 years with a visit to Hana Zen Japanese Grill and Sushi Bar.

On the podcast Sportstalk covered, the Golden State Warriors getting back on track after hitting a rough patch where they lost five of eight games after losing Kevin Durant. The Warriors got back on track this past week and Durant is expected back in April in time for the post season. San Francisco Giants and Oakland A’s get set to meet for the Bay Bridge Series for their first meeting on Thursday March 30 at AT&T Park. The cast explores what to expect from either team going into 2017.

 

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