This third outpost from the team behind Ramen Tatsu-ya has received a slew of national accolades since opening in 2016. Located in the former Live Oak Barbecue spot, the smoke stained walls and rustic setting lend a Texas feel to the Japanese hotspot, where yakitori plates are meant to be shared and accompanied by stiff cocktails. Echoing its surroundings, the menu offers Texan-Japanese fusion fare with items like sticky rice tamale, chili cheese takoyaki, guaca-poke and yuzu pecan pie.
|Venue name:||Kemuri Tatsu-ya|
2713 E 2nd St
|Opening hours:||Sun, Wed, Thu 5:30-11pm; Fri, Sat 5:30pm-midnight|
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