- $15 for $30 worth of sushi and Japanese cuisine for dinner for two
- See the menu here.
Sakesan Sushi & Bistro
Inside a frameless glass room with a glowing TV screen and a long table surrounded by a low wooden bench with padded seats, you know you're going to open your mouth. But you might not know if more things will be going in or coming out. The space is Sakesan Sushi & Bistro's private karaoke room, and there, large parties can belt their hearts out in between sipping a variety of sakes and munching on party trays loaded with sushi. The large glass wall separating this room from the dining room allows groups to have their privacy while still being able to get a passing waiter's attention by fogging up the glass and writing a message.
Smaller groups can perch at low tatami dining tables out in the dining room or head to the sleek white sushi bar. There, they can watch chefs tuck avocado slices into a seaweed wrap or assemble the Aloha roll, which is built with shrimp tempura, tuna, fresh mango, tobiko, and unagi sauce.