LONDON, ENGLAND - APRIL 20: Sake wines are categorised ready for tasting during the 'International Wine Challenge' event at the Barbican centre on April 20, 2010 in London, England. Judges will taste from over 10,000 bottles of wine from across the globe, with wines in each category winning either Gold, Silver or Bronze in the biggest and most important event of its kind in the world. (Photo by Dan Kitwood/Getty Images)
Wine down on Wednesdays with saké bombs instead of vino at Kenichi Dallas where bottles of saké are half-off on hump day.
There are more than 140 premium saké labels to choose from at the Pan-Asian/sushi restaurant.
This is great news for fans of Wandering Poet and Dreamy Clouds. A saké buzz from either of those two bottles can cost quite a pretty penny.
Consider yourself a saké novice? Ask certified saké experts Adam Faraizl or Rob Albright for advice.
They can explain the difference in taste between such rare items on the menu as saké brewed for the Emperor of Japan's household and the twice-conditioned (tank and bottle) koshu, aged in-house at Kenichi.
Don’t forget your cash for valet and don’t forget to get your ticket validated at Kenichi, otherwise it will cost you $100.
Oh Victory Park, how we loathe you.
2400 Victory Park Lane
Dallas, Texas 75219
Published at 3:45 PM CDT on May 17, 2010