by Stacey S. on
One on the greatest meals I have ever had in my life. Sit at the sushi bar if you can- its like watching artists at work. However there is not a bad seat in the house, the atmosphere is wonderful. Great as a high-end date place when you want to impress. We got the 7-course meal option, which was worth it when you are experiencing the cuisine of Morimoto. Savor & enjoy every last bite- it won't fill you up but it will satisfy.
by Arin N. on
DJ AM was in town last night and at 330 Ritch. The other two times I have gone to see DJ AM (LA and Las Vegas) had ended up being very interesting nights. In Vegas I ended up partying in the VIP section of Pure and winning 5 grand gambling with friends that night. In LA, I got piss drunk and ended up getting hit by a car (I deserved it since I was running down Sunset Blvd. behaving like an idiot). Last night did was no different. I lost my cell phone in the cab over so the night was already off to a rough start. But as the AA motto says, "Grant me the serenity to accept things I cannot change," I decided to move on and leave the search for the phone until morning. 330 Ritch itself is huge and has lots of room to dance in between all the bars. The drinks are reasonably priced and the Vodka drinks were nice and strong. Great crowd that was happy to shake some ass and DJ AM did his best to keep the crowd happy. I hear the place plays a lot of Britpop beats during the week and since I love the English I will be back. Night ended with me in a drunken stupor and stupid goofy smile on my face. A nice taco truck meal and I was on my home, no phone in pocket but happy nonetheless.
by Maragret Kwek on
For the longest time I never considered going in because I thought it was a strip joint. Then I realized that I was wrong that in reality it was the weekend meeting place for bridge and tunnel and San Jose peeps. Sorry...I know I'm a horrible, horrible city snob.