Located steps from the waterfront on a quiet side street off downtown's main stretch, Nijo Sushi Bar & Grill is one of Seattle's relatively few options for dining after 10 p.m. And with a menu that features oyster shooters, specialty rolls, and dozens of different sakes, the restaurant keeps patrons happy day and (late) night:
• $19 ($38 value) for one small plate, two sushi rolls, and one dessert
Your options for tantalizingly tasty rolls are spicy tuna, negihama, Bainbridge Islander, Seattle, shrimp tempura, and the classic California roll. Small plates range from crispy calamari to beef tataki, and the fried-banana spring roll rounds out the meal nicely.
• $59 ($120 value) for an eight-course chef's omakase dinner for two
The feast starts with two pieces of nanbanzuke kobachi, a kushiyaki meat skewer, and three pieces of sashimi. Then, enjoy amaebi sugatayaki (shrimp and grilled squid), slow-roasted eggplant dengaku, vegetable tempura, up to six pieces of nigiri sushi, and three pieces of hosomaki. Mochi ice cream helps you end on a sweet note.
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