You won't need $1 sake to be amused by Shiku Sushi, which is sporting a devilish red and black motif and a menu with devilishly clever rolls, including creations like the Indy-ana Jones & the Tempura of Doom and this rice-less I'm So Baked roll made with spicy crab, spicy tuna, and cream cheese wrapped with white fish, then topped with lobster and jalapeno baked with garlic-crab dynamite sauce.
Yep, That's a Goldfish Swimming With Your Sashimi in a Tiki Speakeasy
The Tiger Woulds roll is made with an open disdain for Sergio Garcia grilled black tiger shrimp, asparagus, and crab, topped with halibut and avocado, then drenched in a sweet Thai chili sauce with cilantro.
If carbs go straight to your hips, there's the rice-less Jewel roll made with tuna, albacore, fresh salmon, crab, and avocado, wrapped in cucumber, and served with ponzu vinaigrette.
The open layout lets you watch owner and 11yr sushi-making vet James La create his impressive works of aquatic art from just about any seat.
Oh, and that sake -- hot sake bottles are sold for the comically low price of $1 during happy hour, plus rotating sushi specials that'll appear on the outside chalkboard. If you're devilishly clever you can probably change "rolls" to "balls".