Sushi is more of a rarity in San Miguel, not something visitors just happen on. The city supports a limited list of Japanese spots offering sushi—Sushi Gami, hard-to-find Delica Mitsu, Flor de Loto—and diners can get their fix of raw tuna at Oko Noodle Bar. But discerning Japanophiles love the little-known sushi found just two nights a week at 1826 Tequila Bar in the Rosewood Hotel. Visit Friday or Saturday night—there’s plenty of tequila, too—for sashimi even Californians admit to liking.
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