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You have two options at Hinoka Sushiko, a new Japanese restaurant in the Elston Corridor from the chef of Kyoten. The first is the 15-course $125 omakase, which takes place on the second floor and requires reservations. The second is checking out the first-floor izakaya, which is more casual and seated on a first-come-first-served basis. There you can drink Japanese whisky and sake, and order bar snacks like gyoza and karaage. Plus, it’s dark, there’s a DJ, and, if you haven’t gone out in a hundred years, it might remind you that you can’t dance.
We’re big fans of Kyoten, so we’re excited about this one. Hinoki Sushiko is a new Japanese and sushi spot in the Elston corridor from the same chef. It’s a two-story space, with the first floor being a casual izakaya serving Japanese snacks, small plates, and cocktails, and the second floor being an upscale omakase restaurant with (for now) one seating a night.