Wann Japanese Izakaya

2020 2nd Ave SeattleWA98121
Payment Methods: Visa, MasterCard
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In Japan, an izakaya is a type of drinking establishment that also serves small plates to accompany drinks.While staying true to the izakaya environment, WANN has brought sophistication with a creative flair to match the modern people of Seattle.
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Where to Sit: Try to snag a seat in one of the elevated booths for some privacy.
by ezlocal on December 11, 2013 from ezlocal
Happy Hour: Daily from 4pm to 6pm and again from 11pm to 2am, offering $5 cocktails and deals on food.
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Editorial Reviews

An American branch of the upscale Japanese franchise, Wann Izakaya is a casual bar cum restaurant serving inventive small plates and unusual cocktails. The Zen-inspired interior is sparsely decorated in variegated shades of cream and black… Read More
by ezlocal on December 11, 2013 from ezlocal
An “authentic izakaya” that’s a Belltown branch of a Japanese chain has lots of sake and shochu to wash down “inventive bar food” including midpriced robata grill dishes, noodles and “fresh sushi”; it further “appeals to the cool” crowd with “clean, crisp decor” and a “Zen atmosphere”, plus “great-value” happy hours.
by zagat on November 24, 2013 from zagat
Wann Izakaya Restaurant Review:
Wann Izakaya brings a unique Japanese bar/restaurant experience to Seattle. Designed so the after-work crowd can relax and unwind, the menu features inventive small plates meant to be shared and unusual cocktails. The Zen-inspired interior is sparsely decorated in shades of cream and black with peek-a-book views of a glass-enclosed Zen rock garden. Find a comfortable booth and let a friendly...
by gayot on November 24, 2013 from gayot
The Japanese version of a tapas bar, this sleek, modern Belltown space offers small plates paired with innovative cocktails.:
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All the rage in Japan for the after-work crowd, the izakaya craze is just catching on this side of the Pacific. Designed as a spot for friends to nibble small plates while they...
by by Anna Roth at Citysearch on October 30, 2006 from Citysearch

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Izakaya means informal in Japanese, these restaurants are found all over the cities and is a good place to relax after a hard and tiring day. Wann Japanese Izakaya offers different types of food such as sashimi, tempura and yakitori that go well with sake, beer or shochu. People sitting at a table share food; that's how informal the place is and makes the experience very different from other...
by yahoolocal on May 21, 2015 from yahoolocal