One day I’ll get to Tokyo. Well, maybe not, but this restaurant is probably the closest I’ll get to it. (Spare me your comments about flying to Tokyo because the sushi taste differently) Have you ever tried to get someone to eat Nigiri for the first time? It’s literally the most challenging thing to do.
“Howdy bub! Let’s go get some supper shall we?”- Cowboys, probably. Quick fact, this restaurant was founded in this same location in 1880 by John Ignatius Beuchert, a German immigrant and prominent Capitol Hill businessman. Legend has it that throughout Prohibition, Beuchert’s operated as a speakeasy, behind such fronts as a Singer sewing machine store and
First, the restaurant’s name is long as hell, but just saying “Del Mar” is correct when asking about this place. Second, the view that this restaurant offers is beyond amazing. Gentrification helped make it happen. Third, yes this restaurant is a Spanish-Restaurant so practice those Spanish words because I’m going to be using a lot