If the "genki" (energetic) atmosphere of Rajio Public House doesn't capture your heart, nothing can. This charming and entertaining Japanese pub is designed around retro-electronics like portable radios and four-bit video games, a reminder of the lighthearted days when Sony and Nintendo were the driving forces in popular culture.
The food and drink menu is also Japanese, featuring a wide variety of dishes that go well beyond sushi and rice noodles. There are also daily specials, tapas, and chef's specialties. The drink menu is equally creative, featuring an array of non-alcoholic juices and drinks along with cocktails and sake.
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