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Sake Bar Hagi doesn’t really look like much from the outside, but walk inside and you’ll find a long room with hanging light bulbs, records on the walls, and a bunch of small tables. It’s a great place for a casual meal with a couple of friends before a show, and the menu is surprisingly huge - you can get everything from sashimi and yakitori to french fries and ramen. There’s also a wide variety of sake to choose from, although you shouldn’t have too much of that if you don’t want to fall asleep 10 minutes into The Crucible.

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