Alibi V.20 No.15 • April 14-20, 2011 
Nigiri

Restaurant Review

Japanese Kitchen

Hidden treasures await

Japanese Kitchen is doing something right. The well-established restaurant has barley a glimpse of street view—and from Americas Parkway, at that. Buried in a nondescript business cluster across Louisiana from ABQ Uptown, Japanese Kitchen is spread between two kitty-cornered buildings that are separated by a shaded plaza. Despite their near-invisibility, Japanese Kitchen’s sushi bar and steakhouse get quite busy—even rowdy at times, especially in the teppan corner.
Kenny “the fish hugger” will guest chef on May 21 with wild Alaskan salmon and greens.
Sue Brawley

Mina's Dish

Market Time

Los Ranchos rises early

Now that spring is upon us, Mina Yamashita’s gathering up recycled shopping bags, empty egg cartons and pocketfuls of small change and heading to Los Ranchos Growers’ Market.
Image Courtesy of St. James Tea Room

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One Lump or Two?

Pirate Etiquette Tea

An afternoon tea and three-course meal with pirates. Suitable for children ages 5 and up as well as adults.
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A Shot and a Selfie

Headshots and Tequila Shots

The Women's Council of Realtors Albuquerque sponsor a fun afternoon of taco eating, tequila drinking, dancing and photos.
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Sipping Japanese Whisky at the Irish Pub

Japanese Whisky Tasting

Enjoy a variety of Japanese whiskys to sample.
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