The Tuesday-nighters at Bluefin appear to be a force of foodie nature. Many restaurants crawl through this usually quiet weeknight restraining a yawn. But the regulars pour into this modest little Japanese BYOB in Plymouth Meeting with such steady and unrelenting force, the room threatens to erupt in spontaneous sushi combustion.There are the raucous book-club ladies in the corner, downing edamame and colorful maki rolls as they discuss Eat Drink Pray. A pair of moms set up their full bar - big bottle of premium vodka, cranberry juice, shaker and martini glasses - while the teenage daughters debate whether to order the Davitch roll (salmon around crunchy spicy tuna) or the Rosnov (tuna over spicy veggies).
Yup, sounds pretty suburban to us.