Clad in T-shirts with flirty slogans, the attractive servers challenge a young clientele to strive for a sexy attitude at this small, intimate space carved out of a former department store. Two ultrahip bars—one for cocktails, one for sushi, both for being seen—fuel the popularity, bolstered by a dining-room menu from which you can make a meal out of the many appetizers, such as sesame chicken wings, assorted sashimi, and scallops in spicy "dynamite" sauce. Otherwise,
choose from the sushi combination plates, panko-breaded chicken katsu, salmon with garlic green beans, and hearty noodle dishes. With snacks and drinks for $3–$8, the Monday to Saturday happy hour is one of the best in downtown.