You're a fan of pretty much anything Brendan Sodikoff does.
You were there when he started serving bone-in filets in the sepia-tinted glow of Bavette's. You obliged when he put forth matcha lattes at Sawada.
Now, he kindly requests that you take a seat in his sultry new sushi den dubbed Radio Anago. It's open now. Take a look.
Through a curtain in the back of his equally new Sawada Matcha, you'll find a dimly lit dining room where you will, carefully, find your way to one of the 45 seats. It's there, under mod light fixtures, where you can catch a glimpse of fresh yellowtail being sliced to perfection in the open kitchen. Head that direction for a closer look, but also for the Dance Dance Revolution machine. Twist.
Then, it's decision time. Do you play it safe with hoisin-glazed steamed pork buns and a tuna nigiri flight? Do you fully leave caution on the other side of that curtain and order uni-and-yuzu shooters or the Houji fried chicken with roasted matcha and edible gold? Answer: yes.
Naturally, an Osaka Old Fashioned will be in front of you while all of this happens. While the sushi is serious, the cocktails are anything but. You can start the night with a Saketini and end it with a shot of Woo Woo, aka vodka, peach liqueur and cranberry juice.
Bonus: you totally get to say "Woo Woo."