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Ronin’ Stones

Walk into Ronin’ Stones on Clinton Street and you’ll see a counter with a few stools, some yakitori cooking on a grill, and (probably) no other human beings. Keep walking straight, and you’ll get to the real Ronin’ Stones: a tiny, semi-secret music bar behind a door that says “staff only.” Back here, there’s a small stage, a few tables, and records covering the walls. The music theme is pretty intense, which means they pretty much only play classic rock during the weeknights and jazz on the weekends. While you could technically have a full meal of Japanese food here, the room, unique experience, and short menu are better suited for a drinks-and-snacks date. We especially like the chicken meatball and the marinated beef tongue that comes with jalapeno relish, as well as the oden bowl with fish cakes in it. If the person you’re with likes music, they’ll think very highly of you for bringing them here.

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