Rock N Roll Sushi Launches Third Houston-area Restaurant with Fundraiser to Support Kids

Rock N Roll Sushi Launches Third Houston-area Restaurant with Fundraiser to Support Kids

Original, American-style sushi restaurant rocks Stafford location with event benefitting local non-profit organizations

Rock N Roll Sushi Launches Third Houston-area Restaurant with Fundraiser to Support KidsThe Houston sushi scene is about to get a lot louder with Rock N Roll Sushi bringing the noise with its unique American-style food and environment.

Rock N Roll Sushi’s third area location opened its doors Monday, Aug. 7 in the Houston suburb of Stafford at 3607 S. Main St., Ste. 112 just in front of the Promenade subdivision. The rock n’ roll themed sushi concept where customers can order items like The Punk Rock Roll and the Axl Roll currently has over 60 locations in the U.S. and the tour bus doesn’t seem to be slowing down anytime soon.

“From Blue October to ZZ Top, Houston has produced some legendary rock acts,” said Lance Hallmark, RNR Sushi franchise partner for the Houston area. “We feel like this area is primed for our brand of hardcore sushi with a nod to the rock music fan.”

To celebrate the opening of its newest location, Rock N’ Roll Sushi helped local children by hosting a fundraiser to support Hope for Three and Candlelighters Childhood Cancer Family Alliance.

Both non-profit organizations exist to help children. Hope for Three focuses on autism advocacy and helps families find resources and support for families living with a child who is on the autism spectrum. Candlelighters’ mission is to provide emotional, educational, and practical support for families with children suffering from childhood cancer. Candlelighters has locations in various cities in the United States including Texas, New Mexico, and Nevada.

Neil Young might say attendees were “rockin’ in the free world,” since there was no charge for the food during the fundraiser. However, guests in lieu of paying for their meal were encouraged to donate money to one of the two organizations.

Once opened to the public on Aug. 7, Rock N’ Roll Sushi began serving up their greatest hits. RNR Sushi is now open from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Sunday through Thursday and 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays. Pictures of the new restaurant can be found here.

At Rock N Roll Sushi, fans enjoy food that’s deliciously twisted and made fresh for everyone. Boasting concepts and flavors that are big, bold and loud, Rock n’ Roll Sushi is the only place to experience the rock you love and the rolls you love with the ones you love!

To learn more about Rock N Roll Sushi, visit

Rock N Roll Sushi Launches Third Houston-area Restaurant with Fundraiser to Support Kids

Founded in 2010 by husband-and-wife duo Lance and Gerri Mach Hallmark in Mobile, Alabama, Rock N Roll Sushi is the original American-style sushi restaurant founded on great food, true love and rock n’ roll music. It’s the only theme-restaurant in the world where local and loyal fans can experience the rock they love and the rolls they love with the ones they love. The menu is broken down by Opening Acts, Classics, Green Room, Headliners (with Raw Tracks), Back Stage Hibachi, Kids Rock and After Party, with Rock N Roll Sushi’s greatest hits – like Crispy Wontons, Punk Rock Roll, VIP Roll and Hibachi – stealing the show. From humble beginnings in a modest 1000-square-foot space tucked inside the Mobile Mall, Rock N Roll Sushi has rapidly expanded to encompass more than 60 locations across the Southeastern U.S. in just a decade. For more information about Rock N Roll Sushi, visit or follow the brand on Facebook or Instagram.