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Geisha House - Santa Ana

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2773 N Main Street Santa Ana CA 92705
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(714) 564-0350
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Geisha House is a modern Japanese restaurant, sushi bar, and sake lounge that embraces the flavor of traditional Japan while catering to a hip, sophisticated clientele. The restaurant provides a sexy dining experience that titillates the senses, beginning with the palate and continuing from there.

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Dolce Group's Geisha House in Santa Ana has equally sexy cousin restaurants in Hollywood and Atlanta. Located in a boring shopping mall with a drab exterior, the inside is decadent with glossy red tables, earthy banquettes, golden…

THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Geisha House Restaurant Review

Dolce Group’s Geisha House in Santa Ana has an equally sexy cousin restaurant in Hollywood. Though located in a shopping mall with a drab exterior, the venue’s interior is decadent with glossy red tables, golden candlelight, Japanese silk brocade quilt on the walls, a two-story red fireplace and an upstairs painted floor-to-ceiling in industrial black. The vibe is modern Japanese with a decided...

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This Ashton Kutcher-backed chain (there’s even one in Atlanta) offers a young, upscale spot for sushi and sake lovers in Santa Ana. Loud rock music pulses around a flowing, cavernous interior...

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This place is closed down

Food is not consistant. I guess all depends if the chef is working or not! Service is ok.

Pricey and a bit slow

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60

Hidden in a strip mall near a Habit burger, and Mothers Market is Geisha. I selected this place because they offer reservations on opentable.com. It was a bit pricey, and the waiter tried to be helpful by suggesting pricey rolls to compliment my already pricey lunch box.

I verify that the parking is pretty crazy for lunch

Romantic spot--bring your wallet

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Excellent food with elitist service from wannabe actors. Order ala carte is my recommendation and share.
They used to have a restaurant.com certificate so check to see before you go because any little savings helps.
Expect to spend 100 for 2. The steak is a stand out as is the rock shrimp tempura.

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Geisha House is a modern Japanese restaurant, sushi bar, and sake lounge that embraces the flavor of traditional Japan while catering to a hip, sophisticated clientele. The restaurant provides a sexy dining experience that titillates the senses, beginning with the palate and continuing from there.

About Geisha House: Geisha House is a futuristic Japanese fusion restaurant and sushi bar on Hollywood Boulevard. Geisha House is a two story restaurant set to suggest Tokyo 2050. An illuminated wall depicting the Tokyo cityscape faces a wall adorned with vintage Kimono fabric. Chef Genichi Mizoguchi serves fresh sushi and tasty hot dishes and there are many private rooms to accommodate small...

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When to Go

Happy Hour runs Mon-Fri 5pm-7pm, with a $3 menu featuring select sushi and skewers and 50% off all alcohol.

Where to Sit

If you want a break from the loud music, the patio offers a pleasant reprieve.

Save Money

“Half Off Mondays” offer a real bargain--50% off all food items every Monday during dinner.

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