Reviews for Izakaya

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review by Luke Sykora
posted on November 14, 2019

What do you do when famished and thirsty in Napa at 10 p.m. on a Friday night? A lot of local winemakers head for chef ...Read the full review


by W&S Editors
posted on October 28, 2018

“It’s like an escape from the Bay Area,” says Shannon Tucker at Foreign Cinema of this tiny Berkeley izakaya. The yakitori go far beyond ...Read the full review

Sake Cafe Shinbashi 49

by John Puma
posted on January 21, 2015

New York has no shortage of sake bars, but Sake Cafe Shinbashi 49 is Manhattan’s only Japanese tachinomi (standing) bar. Adjacent to Shinbashi, a well-established ...Read the full review

Izakaya Daikaya

by Kayleigh Kulp
posted on May 29, 2014

Daikaya may get more press for its Sapporo-style ramen, but Izakaya, the Japanese-style tavern upstairs, is every bit as worthy of a visit. Prepare to ...Read the full review


by Luke Sykora
posted on November 11, 2011

"Nojo" is Japanese for "farm," a tip-off that Nojo is serious about the provenance of its ingredients. A list of "daily nojos" on the menu ...Read the full review

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