The waterfront cousin restaurant to Surf Seafood located in the same building, the atmosphere and décor at Surf Sushi Bar is “oceanic-whimsy” meaning it’s light and airy but has some décor features that are bold and fun. Windows look out on the river and there’s a small outside deck if you happen to hit the timing right.
They specialize in fresh and creative sushi, traditional Maki, “American Maki,” Sashimi and they have Specials. Their menu is sensitive to gluten-free needs by flagging which dishes can be conformed. Interesting cocktail menu exemplifies owner-chef Michael’s bent toward the creative, both in food and drink. This is not cheap eats, but then nothing on their menu is average fare either, and you can bank on the best ingredients available.
A treat yourself place for couples, friends’ night out and visitors wanting a taste of local with flair and their Thurs.-Sat. late hours are terrific for a late dinner after. I’d probably tend toward “nice casual” for dress, but I wouldn’t feel unworthy if denim were in my mix.
HOURS: Mon. – Wed. 5-9pm, Thurs. – Sat. 5pm – Midnight, closed Sunday.
99 Bow Street