This new Japanese spot is named for Toshiro Mifune, a Japanese actor who starred in films like the Seven Samurai in the ’50s. Exemplifying Japanese fine dining, the feel of the place is very white-tablecloth-special-occasion, with dishes to match–we’ve heard great things about the miso cod with parmesan foam and the (stunningly plated) butterfish with radishes. For a really special occasion, make an omakase reservation at sushi AMANE downstairs–Chef Shion Uino comes from Sushi Saito, a Tokyo restaurant with three Michelin stars where it’s nearly impossible to get a table.

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