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You may not find a pared-down version of the menu at the bar at Andrea’s, but rest assured you’ll be treated to the entire menu that’s offered in the dining room. You can order everything from edamame and dim sum to Wagyu beef and sushi from the comfort of your barstool. Thanks to its open floor plan, the bar feels as if it’s part of the trendy dining room.
And if you come to Andrea’s after spending a good portion of the night next door at Surrender nightclub, you can order off the late-night menu. It’s available until 2 a.m. on the weekends and is really the “bar” version of the regular menu. While it is available throughout the entire dining room, you might as well keep the party going while sitting at the slick white bar.
The late-night menu features specialty sushi rolls such as the delicious shrimp tempura and spicy tuna roll with avocado, mango and gobo fry topped with sesame dressing, and the Wagyu beef and lobster roll with lobster tail and asparagus topped with seared Wagyu beef, parsley purée and a balsamic reduction on top. You can also chow down on seafood on ice, including oysters, bigeye tuna “poke,” slow-poached prawns, king crab legs, marinated bay scallops and Maine lobster. You’ll also find dim sum — ranging from pan-fried scallion pancakes to white lotus — along with classic sushi rolls and sashimi.