Sake Café Ii
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2830 Magazine St · interesting places nearby
Sake Café Ii information
Believe it or not, fish in this town doesn’t have to come fried, swimming in a thick sauce or stuffed with bacon/crawfish/crabmeat/whatever. Sake II (the original is in Metairie) serves decent sushi that’s popular with the younger, yuppier types that populate the Lower Garden District and around.