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You’ve got to love a sushi restaurant that names its most expensive item the Bling Bling Roll. Kane’s celebrated $22 maki plate is piled with enough soft-shell crab, tuna, hamachi, and salmon to fill up a whole crew of hip-hoppers. Or a throng of San Ramon Valley high schoolers, who’ve been known to flood across the street at lunchtime for a low-cal feast. The atmosphere at Kane is casual and fun; on weekend nights you’ll find happy Danvillians gorging on playfully named rolls and washing them down with “sake bombs” (sake shots dropped into a glass of Japanese beer). Inquisitive chefs will talk your ear off if you sit at the sushi bar, and those who talk back are occasionally rewarded with a free piece of nigiri. Arigato, pal. Lunch and dinner daily. Also in Lafayette.
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