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Sushi Blues Cafe

919-664-8061  •  $$$
ADDRESS: 301 Glenwood Ave , Raleigh, NC 27603

CUISINE: Late-Night Dining, Japanese/Sushi

FEATURES: Full Bar, Handicap Access, Smoke Free, Vegetarian Friendly

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Teriyaki dishes and Japanese noodle entrees join the abundant sushi selections at Sushi Blues Cafe.

 

 

Full bar. Serving lunch Mon-Fri, dinner nightly. Late-night Fri-Sat.

From the restaurant's website:

"One of the Triangle's coolest night spots, Sushi Blues Cafe offers some of the best sushi and Japanese food, along with a softly lit blues/jazz atmosphere. Enjoy a fine dinner and great music or simply relax in the lounge while sipping on a wide selection of martini cocktails and import and domestic beers from our new lounge."


"The neon lights and Ella Fitzgerald tunes may lure diners in, but it's the first-rate Japanese food that keeps them coming back: teriyaki, delicately-battered tempuras, noodle soups and fresh, generously portioned sushi and sashimi, both traditional Japanese and jazzed-up American (try the Rat Pack roll, an oversized maki roll starring tempura shrimp and barbecued eel, arranged to look like a swimming eel with a shrimp tail)."

- Greg Cox, The News & Observer

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Teriyaki dishes and Japanese noodle entrees join the abundant sushi selections at Sushi Blues Cafe.



 


 


 

From the restaurant's website:

"One of the Triangle's coolest night spots, Sushi Blues Cafe offers some of the best sushi and Japanese food, along with a softly lit blues/jazz atmosphere. Enjoy a fine dinner and great music or simply relax in the lounge while sipping on a wide selection of martini cocktails and import and domestic beers from our new lounge."


"The neon lights and Ella Fitzgerald tunes may lure diners in, but it's the first-rate Japanese food that keeps them coming back: teriyaki, delicately-battered tempuras, noodle soups and fresh, generously portioned sushi and sashimi, both traditional Japanese and jazzed-up American (try the Rat Pack roll, an oversized maki roll starring tempura shrimp and barbecued eel, arranged to look like a swimming eel with a shrimp tail)."

- Greg Cox, The News & Observer

ADDITIONAL DETAILS
Full bar. Serving lunch Mon-Fri, dinner nightly. Late-night Fri-Sat.

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