Taking a sabbatical can clear your mind and help you come to deep revelations, like life is one of pain and suffering, and should include hella more bars. Seeing that light, Exotic Sushi.
From a longtime restaurant vet refreshed from a five-year sabbatical, ES offers up three separate bars (full, raw, and sushi) plating a mix of sushi tapas, specialty maki, and traditional nigiri (along with a four-page booze menu) in an expansive two dining room corner space surrounded by towering stained glass windows and a mirrored/glass-shelved bar that radiates fluorescent pink and blue, as if you're comfortably seated at a raver's mouth. Food starts with sushi-inspired tapas like the Unagi Kamayaki (spicy tuna w/ shiso wrapped in toasted unagi); the tempura soft shelled crab Spider Wing, served in a zesty cream sauce and covered w/ chives; and a fried shrimp roll w/shitake mushrooms and microgreens slathered in salsa called the Shrimp Martini, also the signature drink of inimitably dapper secret agent James Prawned. Special maki include the Fantasy (shrimp tempura & asparagus wrapped in spicy tuna and doused in spicy balsamic vinaigrette), the Jalapeno (pepper tuna & avocado wrapped in hamachi and dripped with jalapeno salsa and dressing), and the deep fried, special sauce enrobed spicy tuna w/ unagi, mozzarella, and avocado Godzilla -- eat too many and you'll run home crying to your Mothra.
If you prefer to sip your meal, they've got 14 drafts (including Kirin and Sapporo), 20+ types of saki, and signature cocktails such as the Aloe Vera (vodka, aloe, and white grape juice) and the vodka, green tea, and fresh kiwi'd Green with Envy; additional plans include a downstairs lounge also serving up fresh fish, because three bars is a revelation but four is an act of Cod.