Yoshi's San Francisco

Neighborhoods: Western Addition
Cuisine: Japanese, Breakfast, Lunch

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August 13, 2010

Cool little place

Cool place to listen to some really good jazz, but all in all you wind up paying for it in your meals. Everything here is overpriced, but I guess to be expected.
April 29, 2010

Citysearch Editorial Review

Spacious, elegant, and undeniably upscale Yoshi?s San Francisco is a far cry from its humble beginnings as a 25-seat sushi bar in North Berkeley. Sushi is still the star of its upscale menu, but executive chef Shotaro Kamio has added a…
April 4, 2010

Great for music, restaurant needs work

I love Yoshi's for the music, but not for the restaurant or lounge dining. I've been here twice in the last week and unless things improve, I'll find another place to dine before the jazz club events. Dining and bar service in the lounge…

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Japanese Breakfast Good for groups
  • For super fans, annual VIP memberships are offered at three different levels that give those enrolled preferred seating, exclusive ticket offers, dinner discounts, and more.
  • Look for free shows on the club?s slower nights, such as Mondays. Also, anyone who purchases tickets to the early show has a shot at getting into the later, second show for free if it doesn?t sell out.
  • Yoshi?s is named for Yoshie Akiba, a World War II orphan who opened the first North Berkeley location as a Japanese restaurant with her two best friends Kaz Kajimura and Hiroyuki Hori.
  • For a mid-show nibble, order a roll from the restaurant?s signature sushi menu or for heartier fare, snag a Kobe burger with fries.
  • The only way to reserve a table ahead of time is to either purchase a dinner and show package or pay an extra $10 to pick your seats. Otherwise, it?s general admission. Sunday matinee shows are first-come, first-serve.
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