Had the orenchi ramen and chicken karaage. Karaage was good, as was the ramen, my one comment is that it's pricey for the portion size.
I've been to PTR to visit Dr. Blue and also had physical therapy sessions with Jan Klofter. They were both very personable and helpful in finding remedies for my misc. ailments and injuries.
Tons of japanese-y stuff here - t-shirts, books, stationary, music, snacks, trinkets, etc. Definitely a great place to pick up small gifts and support japantown.
Pretty much your typical trendy fro-yo joint. It's pretty small though, so it gets really crowded. They have gelato too, but it's not as good as places that are more gelato specific.
I guess this place has closed, but it was a pretty decent dive-y bar somewhat near the ballpark, so good to catch a drink after a giants game.
The food here is pretty good, the staff is very helpful, and there is mouthwash in the bathroom. Only downside is it gets packed for dinner on the weekend. I would suggest a reservation.
Sushi Maru is definitely one of my default japanese restaurants. Love the daily lunch specials - there is always something tasty.
Located across the lobby from Michael Mina at the Westin St. Francis, the Clock Bar is a nice little spot to grab a drink and some snacks. I would definitely suggest the truffle popcorn.
The custom burger here was actually pretty good. As were the zucchini sticks. They were all just a tad pricey. Not sure I need to pay $20 for a burger.
One of the few Bell & Ross dealers in the bay area. They have a pretty big selection - omega, iwc, b&r and more.