Sake Club, not to be confused with the clubbish Saki on the main strip in Adams Morgan, is a sushi restaurant located in Woodley Park at 2635 Connecticut Ave.
Cost – $$
Service – A-
I have always found the service to be pretty good at Sake Club. The hostess is always courteous and friendly and the wait staff are quite good as well.
Food – B+
I have heard some mixed things about Sake Club but I’ve always really enjoyed the sushi when I’ve eaten there and I’m pretty picky when it comes to sushi. There aren’t a lot of places in DC that strike me as having fundamentally superior sushi. Maybe Sushi-Ko.
Decor – A-
There is a lot to like about the decor in Sake Club. The lighting is quite good as is the general decor of the place. Even the small details that only matter to a small percentage of people – the tabletop fixtures, dining ware, etc. – are cared for. The only criticism I would have on the place is that the sense of privacy isn’t always there. Sometimes you feel like your neighbors can hear every single bit of your conversation and vice-versa.
Feel – B
I like Sake Club, so I can’t quite understand why it isn’t more popular amongst DC’s younger denizens. I get the feeling that it is mostly inhabited by the Woodley Park / upper Dupont Circle middle-aged crowd.