I was way up north a few weekends ago and decided since I’m never up that way I’d stop off at an independent book store I’d been wanting to visit, Legacy Books, which was designed by a local architect I know, Lionel Morrison, FAIA. After I spent 3-4 hours lazily reading in their uber comfortable leather chairs, I meandered down to RA Sushi to give them a try. I hadn’t heard of them, I was just in the mood for sushi, and wouldn’t you know it, happy hour was going on! And they had quite the HH menu!
I ordered a California roll, the Viva Las Vegas Roll, and their Tootsy Maki roll. The Vegas roll was like a California with cream cheese, lightly tempura battered, with mounds of crab mix on top, and tempura decoration. The Tootsy was like fried rice balls with a piece of salmon on top, and sweet eel sauce – so interesting and the textures were great!
And I have to say, they were some pretty fancy sushi rolls for a happy hour menu! Overall the sushi was pretty tasty, and I could see where this would be a pretty happening place once the sun went down; lots of booths and tables that looked out onto a patio with bays of overhead rolling doors that opened up to the outside. I’d go back once the weather cools off and enjoy the outside coming in.