Sake Bar Hagi

Japanese, Sake Bar
$ $ $
152 W 49th St (btwn 6th & 7th Ave)
New York, NY 10019
(212) 764-8549
5:00pm - 12:30am
5:00pm - 12:30am
5:00pm - 12:30am
5:00pm - 12:30am
5:00pm - 12:30am
5:00pm - 12:30am
5:00pm - 12:30am



  • Great izakaya. No reservations. Always long waits. Incredibly fun. Order mercilessly and carelessly.
  • I love this izakaya. Just when you thought there was no cool place to eat in this 'hood. Go downstairs, grab a table in the nook or the bar (only two spots I like) and try everything on the menu
  • Nice little place
  • This buzzy, underground izakaya defies its dowdy location in the heart of Times Square with authentic Japanese flavors that would scare the fanny pack off most tourists.
  • Escape the Midtown madness: disappear downstairs to this underground izakaya. Order a pitcher ($10), multiples of chicken skin ($1.50), beef tongue ($6), or the funky, delicious smelt ($4).
  • Kimchee yaki udon. Thank me later.
  • Tucked away in Times Square is this often crowded Japanese spot. You won't find sushi on the menu here but don't fret - the wasabi octopus will leave you wanting more!
  • Come here & say kon'nichiwa to low prices on sake & Japanese fare. Get chicken & liver skewers ($1.50 each) & sake or a mixed drink for $4.
  • Try yellowtail collar here. They don't always have it but when they do you won't regret it.
  • TAKOYAKI, eat it.
  • Go for izakaya classics like chicken skewers and takoyaki as well as the extensive sake list.
  • very good food and beer!
  • Love this place! Always a wait, but don't be deterred. I recommend: hokke (smoked mackerel), bacon wrapped enoki, and fried squid, but everything good. Cheap draft beer (Kirin and Sapporo) too!
  • Ask the waitress for recommendations on sake and she might bring you a flight. The fried gizzards and pork belly skewers are superb.
  • Egg on egg on egg is the most decadent and tasteful dish.
  • La mejor comida japonesa recomendada por el chef anthony bourdain excelente atencin, pide la ubicacin frente a la barra
  • Mentai Pasta..!!!!!
  • winner winner, chicken liver = winner
  • Subterranean Times Square hideaway for Japanese pub fare: yakitori to udon to dried skate fin. Fans include chefs Dave Pasternack (Esca), Michael Anthony (Gramercy Tavern) & Joe Ogrodenek (Battersby)
  • The Kimchi udon is the bomb also the Tofu in broth mouth watering.

Nearby places

1260 Avenue of the Americas (at W 50th St)
Broadway & 7th Ave (btwn W 42nd & 47th St)
1240 Avenue of the Americas (at W 49th St)