Introducing Shimbashi Izakaya

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Traditional meets modern in this classic, seasonal Japanese tapas and sake bar. Shimbashi Izakaya, a new addition to our website, located in picturesque Del Mar, offers great food and wine. Shimbashi Izakaya also offers a few tasty treats and specials throughout June.

Come check out their June specials, which include a graduation special (click HERE for more details) and a Father's Day special. The special includes: Hiyashi Ramen Noodles – served chilled with various meat and vegetable toppings. Enjoy it with a soy flavor or sesame sauce.($24) Toppings: shrimp tempura, thin strips of chicken, beef, sashimi, omelet, cucumber, carrot, simmered shiitake mushroom, lettuce and tomato.

Don't forget to attend their 2011 Beer and Sake Festival, June 23, 6-9pm, at the Marriott in Del Mar. This is the 9th annual beer and sake festival hosted by The Japan Society of San Diego and Tijuana (JSSDT). The beer and sake festival is a non-profit tasting event, which brings experts from the Japanese culinary and sake traditions together to showcase their knowledge and talents to the San Diego community. There will be 22 different beer and sake companies providing over 100 different drinks and 13 different restaurants that will provide appetizers. There will also be the best appetizer contest among participating restaurants including Harrah's, The Marine Room, Shimbashi Izakaya, Harney Sushi, Opera, Top of the Market, Sear Sucker, Alchemy, Sea Rocket Bistro and more. Tickets for JSSDT members/business member employees are $40, and JSSDT friend ticket prices are $60, which includes ticket admission, all beverages and food tastings and entertainment. Come enjoy beer, sake, food and prizes; proceeds go to charity.

With a breath-taking ocean view, tasty food, and great specials, you will want to come back again and again.

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