Sake Nomi

★★★★★
  • 76 S Washington St

    Seattle, WA 98104

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  • 206-467-7253

About Sake Nomi

Hours
Sun 12pm-6pm, Tue-Sat 2pm-10pm

Food

Food
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As a sake lover, what a selection of sake they have! Sake bottles are neatly organized and displayed, like a sake museum! The owners Johnnie and Taiko are very friendly and knowledgeable: I got a very nice lecture of how it is made and so

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As a sake lover, what a selection of sake they have! Sake bottles are neatly organized and displayed, like a sake museum! The owners Johnnie and Taiko are very friendly and knowledgeable: I got a very nice lecture of how it is made and so

Pros: Many unique sake selection. Nice, calm atomosphere

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We found Sake Nomi by accident from a sign on 1st Ave. advertising sake tastings. We went there and had a wonderful time. The owner is knowledgeable and friendly, and the flight of sakes we tasted were wonderful. We purchased a sake

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We found Sake Nomi by accident from a sign on 1st Ave. advertising sake tastings. We went there and had a wonderful time. The owner is knowledgeable and friendly, and the flight of sakes we tasted were wonderful. We purchased a sake

Pros: Friendly, Knowledgeable, Nice Store Layout, Well-Stocked Sake Examples, Nice Tasting Menu

Cons: Wish it were in other cities beside Seattle

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I will never be the same. \r
It was our first trip out to Seattle from NYC. After a weekend of being tourists filled with Starbucks, Space Needles, flying fish and lots of trees we were looking for something unique and special in Seattle.

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I will never be the same. \r
It was our first trip out to Seattle from NYC. After a weekend of being tourists filled with Starbucks, Space Needles, flying fish and lots of trees we were looking for something unique and special in Seattle.

Pros: Great selection, knowlegeable & passionate service

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In Short
Part sake bar, part bottle shop, and part sake museum, owners and sake enthusiasts Johnnie and Taiko Stroud encourage guests to discover Japanese sake--an alcoholic beverage brewed using rice, water and koji mold--and…

 

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