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Sakagura

Address
211 East 43rd Street New York NY 10017
Phone
(212) 953-7253
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(212) 682-1951

Business Hours

Status: Closed

Sunday
6:00pm-11:00pm
Monday
11:30am-2:20pm, 6:00pm-11:59pm
Tuesday
11:30am-2:20pm, 6:00pm-11:59pm
Wednesday
11:30am-2:20pm, 6:00pm-11:59pm
Thursday
11:30am-2:20pm, 6:00pm-11:59pm
Friday
11:30am-2:20pm, 6:00pm-11:59pm
Saturday
6:00pm-1:00am

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Sakagura is excited to announce the arrival of our anticipated Sake Tasting Event. The tasting event will feature 30 selections carefully chosen from our cellar. It would take a lifetime to consume all the different varieties of sake available, but we believe our selection will open up new regions of the palette for tasters. Our goal is for participants to leave with a deeper
appreciation and...

Sakagura was founded in 1996 and has become one of the top sake bars in the United States, attracting countless sake lovers. When you visit our unique location in the basement of a Midtown East office building, you’ll understand why we have earned the nickname “hidden jewel.”

According to Zagat, Suckers for sake swoon over the "hidden jewel" near Grand Central offering a "mind boggling" selection of rice wine "categorized by region", as well as an "understated, quiet" setting reminiscent of a "private club", those in the know say it's "secret location" (in the basement of an office building) make it better.

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82%

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Established in 1996, Sakagura has been a pioneer in introducing New Yorkers to the world of sak and continues to be one of the top sake bars in the United States. Their one-of-a-kind menu consists of over 200 kinds of carefully selected sakes, authentic tapas-style Japanese dishes, and homemade desserts.

We are reminded of places in Tokyo by this subterranean restaurant, located in the...

"Like Tokyo" but "minus the 14-hour plane ride", this "relaxing" Japanese izakaya tucked beneath a "nondescript" office building near Grand Central is the "real deal" for "incredible" small plates matched with "exceptional" sakes; naturally, its "high quality" comes with a "price tag to match."

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AWESOME food and great service. Wonderful meals, will visit often.

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Good was very good. The only complaint I have is that the table we had was very small.

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According to Zagat, Suckers for sake swoon over the "hidden jewel" near Grand Central offering a "mind boggling" selection of rice wine "categorized by region", as well as an "understated, quiet" setting reminiscent of a "private club"; those in the know say it's "secret location" (in the basement of an office building) make it better.

Sakagura was founded in 1996 and has become one of the top sake bars in the United States, attracting countless sake lovers. When you visit our unique location in the basement of a Midtown East office building, you’ll understand why we have earned the nickname “hidden jewel.” and why our customers say that walking into Sakagura is “like walking into Tokyo.”We offer over 200 kinds of carefully...

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