This former Vietnamese place got a serious facelift—with great results—when Ozora Sushi Restaurant took over. Subtle lighting showcases dramatic dark wood and dark red accents, creating the perfect setting for an acrobatic Japanese menu that stretches from an all-veggie sweet potato maki to steak teriyaki. Overall, the quality of the food is excellent, from the raw fish to the garnishes. Standbys are even jazzed up, like edamame sautéed with garlic and sea salt. The special toro tuna, however, was not the standout one usually expects. Diners looking for nightlife should stay for the DJ and late-night happy hour from 9 to closing. If the service is as slow as ours, you may still be there anyway. Lunch and dinner Mon.–Sat.