Nihon

Where
1779 Folsom St, San Francisco , CA
Call
+1 415.552.4400
Contact
Email
Web
Nihon Website
Tags
Restaurants, Japanese Restaurants, Bars, Happy Hour / Game Nights
Hours
Mon (Closed)
Tue-Sat (5:30pm-1:30am)
Sun (Closed)
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In December 2005, NIHON Dinner Whisky Lounge pioneered contemporary Japanese cuisine changing people's perception of what quality Japanese dining experience should be. NIHON introduced Japan’s Izakaya style menu along side sushi & Robata grill favorites. These Japanese pub small plates are ideal for a casual dining experience in a setting that is unequaled in terms of design & atmosphere.   NIHON is a prime spot for your private event needs and is open to working with all of your special requests.

NIHON Bar offers San Francisco the biggest whisky selection in the city with over 250 whisky offerings, 150 of which are single malts. NIHON is the only venue where Guests are invited to purchase whisky bottles & store them in a private locker located in the mezzanine private room, built for guests who enjoy the concept of bottle service'. Bottles are stored if not finished for guests return visit.

NIHON cuisine is offered in an intimate lounge-like atmosphere in three dining areas, bar, mezzanine and private bottle room. 


Happy Hour:  Daily from 5:30pm - 7pm.   Appetizers & salads, well drinks, beers and all featured cocktails discounts.   DJs play weekly Thursday through Saturday.

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