Last night I drove down King St. at midnight, because it took David that long to get his ass over here, (like always) LOL! It’s all good. We found a little Izakaya spot called Izakaya Naru. It was a little traditional Japanese spot, with Japanese speaking employees. The special menu was a piece of paper written in kanji and katakana with a paint brush. I had a ginger high ball to settle my stomach. I was starving! The sashimi was fresh and melted in your mouth. We had Ahi and avocado summer rolls with what tasted like a rich oyster sauce. I ordered a fried chicken which came with a homemade ume paste, and some tanaka rice, which I am going to eat right now. They had a variety of food from small izakya dishes, to sashimi, nabe, rice stone pots, yakiniku, homemade gyozas, zaru udon and other noodles and grilled Saba. Each dish is made with love, delicate in presentation, affordable in price, and OPEN TILL 2 AM. Great drink menu too from wine and champagne to cocktails, and sake! I am going to start hitting up all the late night little King St. restaurants hiding in the nooks and crannies.