Every time you come into Waraji for dinner and spend $20, you will get a free soup and salad to go along with your meal. Spend $15 with us at lunch and receive your choice of a soup or salad.
Can you not get enough Waraji? Do you order off-the-menu items when you come in to dine? Have you been eating at Waraji for years? Or are you just wanting to get in on the behind the scenes with Chef Masa and the rest of the Waraji? Then you are a Waraji Lover and we want to reward you. Sign up for the Waraji Lovers newsletter below and each month you’ll get a special newsletter with monthly Sake flight information, interesting facts about sushi, upcoming events and specials as well as periodically be entered to win $25, $50 or $100 gift cards to Waraji!
Featured Sake ($18/flight)
*All Sake listed on this flight can also be served by the glass (5oz).
Kikusui Junmai Ginjo | CHRYSANTHEMUM WATER | Niigata
A classic ginjo with floral, fruity & clean mineral notes.
Naraman Bin Hiire Junmai Muroka | SINGLE FLAME | Fukushima
Amazingly smooth and slightly spicy with hints of clove, candied almond and toasted rice.
Kamenoi Kudoki Jozu Junmai Ginjo | THE PICK-UP ARTIST | Yamagata
Aromatic, mouth-coating & smooth with aromas of lychee, lilies & a hint of lingering sweetness.
Ryujin Kakushi Ginjo Namazume | DRAGON GOD | Gunma
Fresh, fruit-forward and floral with a creamy mouthfeel and long, clean finish.
Le P’tit Paysan Rose, Central Coast, California
Winemaker Ian Brand puts many miles on his car searching out remote challenging vineyards. This rose is a blend of 57% Mouvedre, 34% Grenache and 9% Cinsault. The creation is a full bodied, dry but fruit forward wine of melon and berries, with some spice notes on the finish.
Enbankment Cabernet Sauvignon, Alexander Valley, California
Another sensational wine from fabled winemaker, Nick Goldshcmidt. It pours a bright garnet color with aromas of bright red fruits. Palate coating velvety soft tannins pave the way for a wonderful dried raspberry flavor that’s accompanied by a graphite minerality that really shines.