“The punchline is that this izakaya, the Japanese word for a bar with food, is as close to a drinking den as the Middle East is to peace.”
“They’re popular street food and served at festivals, but occassionally found in izakaya, too.”
“Known as an izakaya, it's sort of a Japanese version of tapas.”
“Local hotel owners have also begun running shuttle buses to give foreign guests a chance to see more than the slopes, ranging from Japanese-style casual restaurants called izakaya to hot springs.”
“The restaurant's lunch spread differs from its evening fare, which is based on Japan's "izakaya" style of dining, or small plates meant to share, says Danny Sterling, director of operations for Ozumo, which also has locations in Oakland and Santa Monica.”
“Onto this scene emerges Chizakaya, apparently a combination of "izakaya" and "Chicago," which opens Thursday night in Lincoln Park.”
“As the name suggests, the house special is sushi, although there is a respectful array of 'izakaya' type cooked dishes as well.”
“It’s the middle character in the word izakaya, traditional pubs where sake and beer flow freely and small dishes of food are served to share with friends.”
“You mainly get it in 'izakaya' bars, where it comes as 5-10 strips about the size of a piece of bacon that are shared by however many people are at the table.”
“No worries, since I can meet friends and spend time in every cafe, bar or "izakaya" (Japanese pub).”
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