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About Sake Bar Hagi 46
New York City flavor meets Izakaya tradition, here at Hagi 46!
Our menu is certain to please both foodies and first-timers alike!
Offering a vast array of sake and shochu, we invite you to expand your pallets with our tasting special.
Enjoy warm company and service, amidst the authentic atmosphere of a Japanese pub style experience.
New York, NY 10036
Hours of Operation:
Mon–Thu 5:00 pm–12:00 am
Fri, Sat 5:00 pm–1:00 am
Sun 5:00 pm–11:00 pm
BETWEEN 8TH & 9TH Avenue
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
LARGE SCREEN TV at Bar
Old Japanese Vinyl Records
Having a home or office Party and need catering? Let us know and we are happy to help.
Near the: A/C/E/N/D train Lines
Beer, Cocktails, Counter Seating, Delivery, Entertainment, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Takeout, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Sake Bar Hagi 46 Ratings and Reviews
It was a pre theater dinner. We were running a few minutes late, but they were super gracious when I called to alert them. The menu was perfect for us; dumplings, sushi, grilled veggies, meats and seafood. It was all super fresh. The atmosphere was very relaxed. It was nothing fancy but very homey and sweet. Would very much recommend for anytime.
Not only did we have a terrific meal here, but the service was excellent as well. Very laid back but attentive. Food was very good- we ordered two dishes at a time and were very happy with almost all of them. We thought their yakitori skewers were the weakest items we have. The squid salad was killer!
Definitely recommended and we will be back!
We were late for our reservation but they were able to squeeze us in. Service was quick and efficient. We enjoyed the kushiyaki selections and downed our sticks with my favourite tokyo mixed drink of shochu hoppy. It was a cold night so we decided to order the ramen 46 as well and it was a good decision. A perfect place for after work drinks or get together with friends.
What a wonderful find in the Theater District! I confess, I read about Sake Bar Hagi-46 in Time Out NY while looking for a "non touristy" spot, moderately priced, in the neighborhood - to go after a matinee. This was the perfect spot. The food was creatively prepared, the options more than sufficient, and everything was delicious. The ambiance felt very "local" which, for a New Yorker, is a big plus.
The service was perfect and the staff welcoming and genuine. A real keeper. Highly, highly recommend!
PS: Just wish I had seen the chalkboard option for sake sangria before I ordered a beer.... I can only imagine how amazing that would have been! Oh well, I guess I'll have to return!
I wanted one thing, agadashi tofu. I also wanted sushi. I'm not sure what my husband wanted, noodle something. Whatever noodle egg thing that he ordered was big and in my mind was too sweet. He likes to order weird stuff. Anyway, I was pleased with my agadashi tofu. I also ordered shoshito peppers on a stick, and quickly learned not to eat the seeds as they are very spicy, so I spent time removing the seeds. We arrived just in time to catch the last 15 minutes of happy hour and had a tolerable $4 glass of saki. My husband had a peach soda which tasted more like plain seltzer.
Let's start with the positive. The rolls (very few options) and the assorted sashimi were fresh. The salmon was pricey, salty and overcooked (tiny portion). Yakitori was very overpriced with really small portion (more like appetizer size). Our group of four left the restaurant spending a fortune and unsatisfied. We had to go to another restaurant nearby for dinner as we did not like the food at Saki Bar Hagi 46.
It was such a fun friendly restaurant with a cool chill vibe. I met an old high school buddy and the night flowed smoothly that the meal and the service was perfectly timed. It felt like we were in play. The ambiance and the food became part of night and we were all left with truly special and memorable evening. The food was unique but not overpowering. I highly recommend the nanban chicken.
Slow service, all the food was very overcooked and overpriced. I sent a dish back to the kitchen to remake and they refused to make it correctly. They were kind enough to take it off the bill, however. Quite disappointing meal overall.
We loved this place! Food was YUMMY and not too pricey. Felt pretty authentic and casual. We're glad we came early ish though, because it got FULL and LOUD (which maybe you like). Would be fun for groups, and fine for kids, but you'll have to raise your voice if you want to have a conversation. We liked the people there and felt well taken care of! Nothing bad to say :)
This place was highly recommended by a few sources online, but it was very disappointing. Having lived in Japan for two years, I've eaten plenty of Japanese bar food and this was not impressive. Some of the food was undercooked and when we told the server she looked at us like we had three heads. There was no attempt to fix it or remove it from the bill. Just "sorry, the kitchen said it's how it's supposed to be." Uh, no it isn't. Evidently they have enough business that they don't need to worry about customer satisfaction and service. Hopefully they don't need our business because we won't be back.
The sashimi appetizer was fantastic however the Mackerel app was overly fishy. The miso topper on the mackerel made up for the slight discrepancy but overall a great dining experience with an even better atmosphere for Sake. The Sake itself was priced fairly without large mark ups which is rare this side of town. 3/5 would recommend.
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