Konomi in Trussville. Japanese Steakhouse and Sushi Bar

Welcome to Konomi. Trussville’s favorite Japanese Steakhouse and Sushi Bar. We have been serving our customers since 2004. Our Hibachi Chef’s make the world of Japanese Culinary Art come alive right before you eyes. With dazzling front row seating, you will watch our chef’s prepare your favorite Japanese food or you can order from our sushi bar. Whichever is your choice, Konomi’s in Trussville is the ultimate family night out.

We also have kids birthday parties, rooms for corporate parties and if you are wanting catering, we service all of Trussville and Clay.

Thank you for visiting Konomi’s in Trussville and we hope to see you soon!

Former LSU star Derrius Guice plays hero after car accident

Derrius Guice played the hero many times in his career at LSU, but the star running back pulled some real-life heroics Friday.

In a series of tweets on Twitter, Guice revealed that he witnessed an accident happen as he pulled up at a Baton Rouge intersection. He then helped free a woman who had been trapped in her car.

“Pulled up to a light in south Baton Rouge where a wreck occurred right as I pulled up,” Guice continued in his tweets. “It was a big truck and a smaller car. … I get out my car to check the scene and the lady was knocked on the back door window trapped by the airbags. … I opened the door, popped all the airbags and pulled her out.

“God is truly amazing and she’s in complete shock … She’s OK and she’s not hurt.”

Suns: This was the 34th different starting lineup Phoenix has used this season. … Booker has missed the last 11 games but has not been declared out of the Tuesday night season finale. … Jackson was hurt in the team’s loss to New Orleans on Friday night.

Warriors: At Utah on Tuesday night in regular-season finale.

Suns: At Dallas on Tuesday night in last game of season.

Check out the team sites for the Golden State Warriors and the Phoenix Suns for more game coverage.

On Friday, Sharp was honored in Chicago. He was given the A to wear on his sweater again and after the game did a lap in front of a cheering crowd.

“It’s never easy, but I’m just ready to take that next step in my life, and I’m looking forward to it,” Sharp said.

The Blackhawks honored Sharp with a highlight video in the third period, and he waved his stick and tapped his heart to acknowledge the sustained roar from what was left of the announced crowd of 22,218.

“It was a tough game out there, tough to concentrate with what was going on inside my head,” Sharp said. “But thankful that I was able to do that. The Hawks put that video on for me in the third, which was really special. The guys staying on the ice and making me do a lap was something I’ll always remember. So, special night.”