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We visited Yoshis for the first time and saw Nils and Tony Sanders for the first time.
We had Meet and Greet tickets so you get a few minutes before the show to visit with the performers and take pictures.
The show was awesome and...More
Yoshi’s offers great food, incredible value and terrific entertainment! It was conveniently located steps from our Waterfront hotel.
Prior to attending Oleta Adams’ magnificent performance, we enjoyed sushi, beet salad, teriyaki chicken and tiger prawns! Can you believe EVERYTHING was tasty - everything was fresh...More
We had an opportunity to hear a jazz group at Yoshi’s and decided to have dinner at the restaurant. We ordered grilled salmon and sea bass for dinner. Both dinners were very good but we both had a preference for the salmon. The concert was...More
What an amazing place. Great food and a ton of great musicians have been thru the doors over the years. Whether you come for dinner only or for a show, make you you visit.
Sushi was good, and reasonably prices. Four of us ate dinner,...More
A group of us met for our 45th Christmas dinner anniversary at this restaurant. Our meals were delivered at different times, (my wife’s dinner was brought out so late most of us had already finished our meals), the appetizer was delivered after our main courses...More
Yoshi's has a restaurant with tasty Japanese cuisine and a wonderful music venue. Fine sound system. Every seat in the house has a clear view of the stage. Our group of 12 was entertained by master guitarists Ken Emerson and Jim Kimo West with Kimo's...More
We've eaten here many times and it was better than ever this time. The scallop & shrimp fritters were outstanding as was the calamari. Service was very good as well. Portions were generous.
A plus is that if you eat there you get preferred seating...More
Since it is cabaret style seating I would imagine they can remove a chair or two to make room for a wheelchair. If you dine in the restaurant before the show you get reserved seating.
I would call them directly and ask.