- $25 for $40 Worth of Japanese food and sushi
- See the menu
There aren't a lot of American sushi restaurants located on farmland. But Toshi Izakaya is situated on a historic farm plot—no longer used for agriculture—whose roots go way back to the 1600s. You can get your hand son their gourmet rolls in their elegantly refurbished barn, complete with a worn and welcoming silo—a special experience before you've even tasted the food. Though the exterior looks rustic, the elegant interior fuses those aesthetics with modern sushi-bar style and high ceilings. The food itself is simple, expertly prepared, and changes seasonally, with items like chicken teriyaki, yakisoba, and a rainbow of specialty makimono. As dinner move along, the bar keeps the good times coming with top-shelf sake and signature cocktails.