One thing certain: if it's a Friday or Saturday night, Seven Moons will have a full parking lot.
Since its opening in 2005, Seven Moons has been a haven for sushi lovers and fans of Eastern fare, attracting patrons from all over the state. The only thing that can match the size of the portions is the size of the menu, which a plethora of chicken, beef, pork, seafood and vegetable options along with sushi, lo mein, Pad Thai and...well, pretty much anything you can think of.
With a large sitting area ranging from traditional seating to tables on the floor, Seven Moons can accommodate parties of any size. Got a birthday dinner? Or perhaps want to woo a special someone with a romantical date? Seven Moons is versatile enough to accommodate both.
No matter what you get for your meal, we highly suggest ending the night with fried green tea ice cream. (That is, if you still have room in your stomach.)
P.S. Make sure you have room in your fridge before you leave, because you’re more than likely going to be taking home leftovers.