Part of a small regional chain with locations in Montrose and Canton, this splashy Japanese steakhouse boasts ocean blue accents, uptempo music and lighting, and mesmerizing water features. In addition to the good, filling and typical hibachi feasts, the menu offers a full line-up of sushi, tempura, noodle and teriyaki dishes.
The former Baricelli Inn has been spruced up by new owner and hospitality pro Scott Kuhn, with a streamlined decor, a handsome bar and lounge, and a delightful menu of seasonal American dishes crafted with an eye toward local sourcing. Sunday brunch is a popular draw, as is the Wednesday-night prix fixe menu. In summer, the secluded patio is a delight.
A line begins forming out the door around 10:30 a.m. and it doesnt seem to let up for hours. Breakfast is served all day and features the usual egg and batter suspects plus killer corned beef hash, over-stuffed omelets and a well-stacked breakfast sandwich.