Shiro Kashiba is the patron saint of Seattle sushi, and Sushi Kashiba is his latest restaurant. This dude is on some Jiro Dreams of Sushi shit. Newcomers should try the tasting menus, and experienced à la carte orderers should go for the sautéed geoduck and the crispy rex sole (the fried fish bone is meant to be enjoyed—it’s not just there for garnish). You can go three different routes as far as dining options at the Pike Place restaurant go: the sushi counter for a true omakase experience, tables for a romantic date or bigger group, and the cocktail bar for that secret chill zone—it’s laid back, the full menu is offered, and you're close to the booze. TOBIAS COUGHLIN-BOGUE
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