We went to Blue Ribbon Sushi Bar and Grill and were not disappointed. Had some Ohtoro, wild caught yellowtail, amberjack, red snapper, salmon and a bunch of maki. Their NY Strip Steak (ordered by our non sushi eater) came with tempura scallions that made regular onion rings look pathetic by comparison. A very nice dinner. Thanks for the suggestions!
Here's the deal: I've got picky eaters in from out of town, one sushi freak, one who cannot stand sushi (how the hell did they get married, right?) so i am looking for recommendations for a sushi place that has enough fare other than sushi that the non-sushi eater won't give me a hard time for the rest of her visit. Location doesn't really matter, willing to travel for the right place. Thanks!
My wife and I are going to celebrate our 4th anniversary next month and I'd like to take her someplace nice for the occasion.
I'm looking for a romantic restaurant, any European cuisine (Spanish would be a plus).
My wife is not a very adventurous eater, so a place that is super avant garde wouldn't be the spot.
Price is not a factor, but warn me if you are recommending someplace that's more than $100 a head so I don't get sticker shock.
Neighborhood isn't important.
Thanks in advance.