Sake Bar Decibel
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Very hip, very cool. The food is all amazing and pretty cheap. Even if you're not into sake it's worth a visit. I recommend going on a weeknight because it's very small and gets crowded fast.
Secretly located in an underground basement. Great Japanese bar snacks, but it can get crowded in the weekends so get there early.
Japanese Sake bar set in a graffitied basement. One of my favorite stops. Try a can of Funiguchi
If you like sake, this is a fun place to go with a large selection and good snacks.
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