Drinks

Saketini Tropical Cloud $7.00 Unfiltered sake with coconut juice
Dancing Dragonr $6.50 Japanese Shochu with dragon berry rum and pineapple
Hello Kitty $6.50 Ty-ku with lemonade
Ebisu Cosmo $6.50 House specialty! Plum wine with lychee juice and a touch of blue curacao
Saketini Purple Haze $6.50 Hot Sake with Chambord
Hot Toddy $6.50 Hot Sake with Domaine de Canton French Ginger Liqueur
Mexican Samurai $8.00 Margarita made with Asian tropical citrus liqueur
Cu-Wakkatini $10.00 Sake infused vodka with a touch of fresh cucumber
Spicy Thai Martini $9.50 Hanger One Chipotle Vodka, Unfiltered Sake, St. Germain Liqueur & a splash of cranberry

Shochu is not only the drink of choice among drunken Japanese businessmen, but a versatile spirit that balances well with traditional Japanese cuisine. A distilled liquor with a long and distinguished history, it is made from a variety of ingredients with a taste similar to vodka. Our chef swears that it doesn’t give you a hangover, but he was drunk when he “proclaimed” that. Shochu is typically served on the rocks, diluted with hot or cold water

  • Mugi Soju Barley Shochu. Enjoy its subtle fragrance and clean taste.
  • Imo Shochu – Sweet Potato Shochu. A smooth yet lively flavor with a settled earthiness and gentle roasted nature overall
  • Shochu Cocktail (Chuhai) – The House Special. Seltzer water and fresh fruit (Choice of Grapefruit, Orange or Ume Plums)
Hot Sake $5.00
Momokawa Diamond Cold Sake $8.00 Off-dry with melon and tropical fruit flavors with spice and mineral notes
Momokawa Pearl Cold Sake (Unfiltered Sake) $8.00 This old style, roughly filtered saké is an amazing experience. Pearl offers notes of vanilla and pineapple with banana, coconut, and anise rounding out a creamy body.
Hoshi Plum Wine $7.00
Taru Sake (Cedar Aged Sake) $5.75 Taru Sake is characterized by its refreshing taste and wooden aroma of “Yoshino Cedar”. This is aged in a cask and bottled when the cedar aroma is best for drinking.
Kanata Junmai Ginjo (6 oz) $7.00 Super dry sake has a strong presence and thick flavor with almost no perceptible smell or sweetness
Zipang Sparkling Sake (6 oz) $9.00 Zipang is light and sweet with a burst of bubbles. This Junmai Happoseichu is lively and bright with tropical fruits giving it medium body with a refreshing finish
Kurosawa Kimoto (12 oz) $14.00 This sake boasts a natural Kimoto flavor, which is full-bodied and earthy, yet light. It is exquisitely balanced and masterfully brewed as the almighty sake
Sho Chiku Bai Ginjo (10 oz) $13.00 Delicate, dry and silky smooth. Ginjo is a special reserve connoisseur class of sake
Okunomatsu Tokubetsu Junma (12 oz) $18.00 Aromas of whole pineapple, wintergreen and Asian pear with a soft, silky dryish medium body and a long, graceful earthy sweet potato and jicama accented finish
Kirin Ichiban 12oz (Japan) $3.75
Kirin Light (Japan) $3.75
Asahi Super Dry (Japan) $3.75
Sapporo 22oz (Japan) $6.50
Hitachino White Ale (Japan) $6.00
Hitachino Seasonal (Japan) $8.75
Singha (Thailand) $4.00
Tsingtao (China) $3.75
Guinness $4.00
Samuel Adams $3.70
Samuel Adams Seasonal $4.00
Lambic Raspberry $9.00
Redwood Creek: Chardonnay or Cabernet $5.00/$18.00
Ecco Domani Pinot Grigio $7.00/$26.00
Dancing Bull Sauvignon Blanc $7.00/$26.00
Wente Riesling $7.00/$26.00
Greenvale Vidal Blanc (RI) $8.50/$32.00
Red Rock Merlot $7.50/$28.00
McWilliams Shiraz $7.50/$28.00
Castle Rock Pinot Noir $8.00/$30.00
Hot Green Tea $1.75
Bottled Water $2.00
Iced Tea (Unsweetened) $2.00
Coffee $2.00
Soda (Coke, Diet Coke, Sprite, Ginger Ale) *free refills $2.00
Juice (Cranberry,Orange, Pinapple) $3.00
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