Tuesday, May 4, 2010
Journey, Jimmy Dean, Poshand and Boo Boo, and JD brought his daughter), and to drink a bunch of sake. The goal was dispatched with aplomb, and then we just had fun. This is close to the station in Yotsuya, and I guess worth a visit, as long as you're excited about oysters and sake.
I should mention around this point that the atmosphere was OK in a minimalist izakaya sort of way, and much better than the 70's-kissaten appearance we were expecting from the web site. Service was eh, but we were a disorganized table and couldn't have been much fun to deal with, what with the randomness and the funny accents.
Gimp has some odd features.)
Go for the sake, stay for the oysters.