Omakase, the newly-Michelin-starred SoMa sushi bar, has attracted some attention from serious sushi people in Japan. Namely, Michelin-starred Japanese chef Hiroyuki Sato (Sushi Tokami) will join the Omakase team for two nights only to prepare sushi, plus Japanese wagyu beef dishes from the so-called "master of wagyu" Hisato Hamada, who owns Wagyu Direct, Wagyumafia, and Viva Japan. Sato’s restaurant is ranked among the top 100 out of 5,000 sushi spots in Tokyo, which earned him a Michelin star in 2014 and since.
The 20 to 25 course dinners will include Sato’s sushi as well as three wagyu courses. Ruinart and Dom Pérignon are also joining in on the fun by pairing some of their wines, like the rare Dom Pérignon P2 Vintage 1998, with courses. The $380 dinners are on Wednesday, June 8 and Friday, June 10 with two seatings of 18 people at 5:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. Call Omakase to reserve.