Did Someone Say “Happy Hour”?
While Morimoto Asia is a great place to settle down and feast for the night, it’s also ideal for quick bites. With lounge and bar seating (and a special late-night dining menu), Morimoto’s is the perfect happy hour spot. Whether you’re a local stopping by after work or an exhausted vacationer, this venue is a welcome sight. Pull up a chair and order from a smaller (but delicious) menu including sushi rolls, noodles dishes, and tasty appetizers. And don’t forget to “hydrate”. Draft beers, signature cocktails, and wines by the glass are all available; however, sake is the shining achievement. This specially aged sake is a restaurant staple and comes in many varieties and sizes. Spring on a bottle for the group. We dare you!
Imagine you’re craving some Asian fusion goodies, but you don’t have the time to sit down. Or maybe you forgot to make an Advance Dining Reservation. Or you don’t feel like changing into a fancier outfit. Whatever the reason, sometimes a sit-down dinner isn’t the best option. In this case, you don’t have to kiss your Morimoto dreams goodbye. If you’re a last-minute diner, it’s easier to get a seat on the simpler, outdoor patio. And if you’re really in a hurry, the restaurant has its own quick-service version, Morimoto Asia Street Food. And it’s right next to the patio! This hidden gem features beloved Asian street foods including ramen, egg rolls, and sushi. So even diners on the go can enjoy the culinary excellence.
Based on all of these reasons and more, the popularity of Morimoto Asia isn’t fading anytime soon. Don’t just let our recommendation seal the deal. Stop by for an unforgettable dinner and join the bandwagon of your own accord. Happy dining!