With no sign on the restaurant’s front door, Soto is discreet and unassuming. Inside this Japanese restaurant, you will find the proprietor himself working intensely behind his sushi bar, night after night. The fish is flown in from around the globe five times a week, and it’s available in a rainbow of varieties. Take a seat at the polished, blonde-wood bar and sample “chu-toro” tuna from Ecuador, fresh Amber Jack from Hawaii, and pearly white Toyama shrimp from Japan, all served in the style of Tokyo. Also notable at Soto are the inventive raw and lightly cooked seafood dishes emerging from the kitchen in delicious ways. Soto carries an impressive list of artisanal sakes, served by the bottle or in chilled beakers.