Each time I stay at the Hyatt, I try to eat at the Tako Grill. It's not any one thing that makes me keep coming back, rather it's just that the complete experience is so satisfying. You enter through the bar. Later in the evening the bar has the feel of a neighborhood gathering. People are talking. Some are reading. Some seem to be doing some work. The other side is a fairly plain-looking but comfortable restaurant, divided into comfortable sections by screens. The waitresses, who are always attentive and who are often Thai, have even been known to give chopstick lessons. The menu is varied, all the standards of a good Japanese restaurant and sushi bar. The sake list is extensive. I can also always talk the barender into making my own version of a sake martini: rub the glass in ginger, add a vodka/sake martini, and garnish with the ginger. I'll be back on the next trip.
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