This downtown Japanese restaurant is a quiet place to escape from the hustle and bustle of Second Avenue. The sushi menu features more than 20 specialty rolls, including the popular Nashvlle Roll. The sushi pizza includes avocado, crab, crunchy shrimp and smelt roe served atop a piece of seaweed.
A cheery little restaurant that puts a smile on your face the minute you walk in the door. Get in line and order a burrito: chicken, steak or veggies on white, wheat or flavored tortilla, accompanied by black or pinto beans, Mexican-style brown rice, cheese and salsa. Ask the friendly counter guy to throw on some lettuce, tomato, onions, olives, cilantro, sour cream and guacamole, and you’ve got yourself a two-fisted cure for the blues. The fish tacos, a house specialty, are so good you’ll be delirious. The independently owned Baja Burrito preceded Baja Fresh and Moe’s Southwest Grill in town, and still beats the chains hands-down.