Sushi and sashimi are the main hook for this hip little Warehouse District hideaway, although non-sushi items such as salmon-lobster bisque and filet mignon also merit attention. To drink, there's an interesting wine list, as well as sake, beer, and martinis.
Vibrant, youthful, and energetic, this dramatically designed club, sushi bar and restaurant brings a bit of Warehouse District buzz to the eastern suburbs. Sushi is a best bet, but lengthy lunch and dinner menus feature contemporary treatments of seafood, steaks, and chops, often with an Asian twist. Wine and martini lists; full bar.
Close your eyes, and you can almost hear the roar of the surf from your seat inside this Florida-style seafood house, an East Side institution, where the crabcakes are sweet and crunchy, and the puffy-battered scrod and scallops seem lighter than an Atlantic breeze. Beer and wine; small selection of liquor.
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