Shiro’s Sushi Restaurant
2401 2nd Avenue
Seattle, WA 98121

Owned by Master Chef Shiro Kashiba, Shiro’s has graced the Belltown neighborhood of Seattle for over 15 years. Chef Shiro opened his first sushi bar in Seattle in 1967, and has been successfully running restaurants in the US and Japan since then. Shiro’s serves a selection of sashimi and sushi, as well as tempura and teriyaki. Having a party? Shiro’s can send a sushi chef to your home or venue and make sushi for your guests on site.

Maneki Japanese Restaurant
304 6th Avenue South
Seattle, WA 98104

Maneki first opened its doors in the International District in 1904. It has a Hannya Room (lounge) with a full bar, including sake and shochu. If you can call ahead, reserve a Tatami Room (private dining room) for up to 10 guests. You’ll be seated Japanese style, on the floor with a low table for an authentic dining experience. There is an extensive menu of sashimi, sushi rolls, soba and hijiki dishes.

I Love Sushi
1001 Fairview Avenue North
Seattle, WA 98109

I Love Sushi has it’s South Lake Union location, as well as two in Belleuve. Its founder, Yoshi Yokoyama, started the first I Love Sushi restaurant in 1986. Happy hour is Monday through Friday from 4:00pm – 6:00pm with appetizer specials, and a full bar, including premium sake and plum wine. There are lots of sampler plates on the dinner menu, with sushi, sashimi, teriyaki and black cod entrees. There are to-go platters available and a whole catering service including sushi chefs available for your event.

Chiso Restaurant
3520 Fremont Ave. N.
Seattle, Washington 98103

This Fremont restaurant has been around since 2001, offering a delightful variety of cocktails during their daily Happy Hour from 4pm – 6pm. With sushi, sashimi and vegetarian options, Chef Hirohiko Kirita specializes in small plates, or “Ippin”.