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Saké Nomi

Map & Directions 76 S. Washington St.
Seattle, WA 98104
  • Japanese
  • Sun 12pm-6pm, Tue-Sat 2pm-10pm
  • MasterCard, Visa, cash
  • Takeout, Wheelchair Accessible
  • Dinner, Lunch
  • Beer/Wine
  • Not Accepted
  • Street


Seattle Weekly's Description

Blink and you'll miss it. But sharp-eyed visitors to Pioneer Square will find this discreet sake bar that boasts 160-plus types of premium sake and draws customers ranging from curious novices to connoisseurs. The modest space contains only a few tables and sparse décor, but the owner Johnnie, a Yank, and his wife Taiko, are so eager to share their enthusiasm for Japanese drinking culture and traditions that you'll feel like a special guest in their home.

Member Reviews

  • bizzarwun wrote a review for Saké Nomi
    on 05/18/10

    A great bar/shop run by awesome people! They have an incredible sake selection. A must visit whenever I'm in Seattle.

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Tips from foursquare

  • John R. on 01/02/10

    Great sake. Try the "oil can" sake, it's great!

  • Mark W. on 12/26/13

    Try the sake flights. We tried 6 different sakes and learned a lot about sake. I will never drink sake the same way ever again. Cheers!

  • Jamee B. on 10/09/10

    Banryu is smooth.

  • Cobra B. on 03/25/14

    Awesome! Sake us unbelievably amazingly smooth and tasty! Buying a bottle us a must!

  • Nicelle H. on 03/12/14

    Come here. It's the best!

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