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Sake Bar Hagi
Japanese Restaurant$
Today 5:30 am – 3:00 am
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152 W 49th St New York, NY 10019
152 W 49th StUSNYNew York10019
(212) 764-8549sakebarhagi.com
$Japanese Restaurant, Seafood Restaurant
Japanese Restaurant
Seafood Restaurant
Sushi Restaurant
Bar
Today 5:30 am – 3:00 am
Monday 5:30 am – 3:00 amTuesday 5:30 am – 3:00 amWednesday 5:30 am – 3:00 amThursday 5:30 am – 3:00 amFriday 5:30 am – 3:00 amSaturday 5:30 am – 3:00 amSunday 5:30 am – 3:00 am
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Vibrant, open-late downstairs den offering a large menu of Japanese bites plus beer & sake.- Google
People talk about izakaya, pork belly, fried chicken gizzard, chicken skin and pan fried udon
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Jenn Fung
reviewed in the last week
The first few times I came here, I thought it was such a great place. A basement with many Japanese patrons and tapas style dishes. The wait is sometimes really long as it is also a place to drink and hang for hours. You can put your name down and they would call you when your table is ready. When you get down to the basement, you'll have zero reception on your cell so good luck trying to reach friends who have issues finding the place. The food quality went down a bit and half the dishes were misses. I haven't been back in over two years, and with all the new restaurants to try, I'm not sure I'd venture back for it specifically.
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Cassandra Cheong
reviewed 6 months ago
Love this place. It has a wide variety of sakes but if you want warm sake, be sure to order the house sake. Lots of delicious side dishes. We had the seared mackerel, yakitori, yakisoba and curry chicken balls. Enjoyed them all.
Paulo André Marinho
reviewed 6 months ago
The food is very good and feel like japan, the lack of 5-star is due to horrible organization. specially from the person of the front door that doesn't know how to manage parties of 1,3 or 5... everything that is odd she kept skipping and people that was sadly on this kind of parties waited around 1h30 min vs 30 min for even parties... my suggestion is to go on a time when people don't leave to eat before 7:30pm or after 9:30pm Still, don't other alcohol with ice. The bar tender doesn't know that the ice shouldn't account for the size of the dose...
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Lori Luo
reviewed 5 months ago
An underground and difficult to find izakaya in the Midtown West area. Head downstairs to put your name and number on the list, as there's perpetual waits to get a seat. The restaurant offers a variety of typical izakaya fare, but solid bets are the okonomiyaki, takoyaki, and yakisoba. They have an extensive beverage program as well, which goes well with the food.
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Jessica L
reviewed 9 months ago
My fav Izakaya place in the city! Make sure u get the yobo chips and the creamy mentai pasta =P...the line gets extremely long on the weekends, but you can put your name down and they'll call you when your table is ready. Super chill place
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Adam Goebel
reviewed 11 months ago
A decent izakaya in midtown, they offer generous portions at small prices. For those unfamiliar, izakaya is the Japanese version of tapas, so this is a great place to go with large groups. They do not take reservations, and waits can get long though, so come early. I would recommend getting at least the octopus, the age dashi, and at least one of their noodle dishes. Wash it all down with a bottle of sake of some Japanese beer.