Residing in the Fillmore Heritage Center at 1330 Fillmore St., this 28,000 square-foot, two-story, state-of-the-art live music club and upscale Japanese restaurant features the best of local, national and international performance artists.
I have seen an Amel Larrieux concert and loved it.
Great live Jazz!
It's actually no longer Yoshis, but now known as The Addition. Live music...usually had great jazz and R&B live acts. Food in the restaurant section is ok, but music is the key draw
They make great Old Fashions with chocolate bitters. 👌
They get bought out. Officially closing down for renovations Oct 19, but the music venue will still be open
I love that you can have sushi and tea or cocktails while watching the show.
Great live shows.
Get here early to snag a table -- it's 1st come, 1st served for general admission.
Food isn't that good. Eat elsewhere (1300).
Reserve your table early to get closer to the stage
Excellent jazz club ambience but with more space. I highly recommend this spot.
One of the Best sushi places I have been. Sushi + live jazz! Order the sakaratini and ant roll!
nice and romantic , the spot
If you're going to a concert here, make sure you get to your seats early as, although they're reserved, you may still be slightly separated from your party if you show up late.
The sorbet was pure essence, melting with flavor.
U should try fried pickles, sounds weird but still tastes unique #fun
Love me that plum wine & duck; so delicate :D
Roy Hargrove delivers a trumpet to the soul!!
The Saketini cocktail is no longer available. Darn it!
Excellent place to be!
This is absolutely the best venue in the city to see music. Great sound quality, comfortable setting, limited capacity, and reasonable ticket prices (fees are way less than other vendors).
Strangely enough, my first time seeing a show here. Nice room, great sound, drinks are a bit pricey($7-$8 a beer), FYI. A good place to see a show though, upscale though.
One of the best jazz clubs and lounges in San Francisco. Check out the shows!
Try the Red Bull Vodka and a Splash of Peach Schnapps
Watch out for pretentious jazz enthusiasts
Just saw Maceo Parker here and I'm trying to figure out why they didn't open the area for dancing in front of the stage. Weird venue for a funk band in that regard. Good music, good CA rolls.
When I come to the bay area I come to Yoshi's & order Saketini Cocktail with Rock Saké..
If you love Jazz, you gotta pay homage to seeing some legends, great place for live music.
Order the Saketini Cocktail with Rock Saké for the perfect start to an evening of jazz.
Pork belly. Cocktails. Black cod.
Don't forget to book you tickets for the jazz show after dinner.
Yo she's the best
SF Weekly's Best Of 2011 Winner - Reader's Poll - BEST JAZZ CLUB
Good music and www.sayladobro.com
Ask for the dessert menu... You won't be disappointed.
Tip big at the upstairs bar..
The miso isnt vegetarian, but is really yummy!
Started as a Japanese restaurant in Berkeley by Yoshi Akiba, a World War II war orphan, (who came to the U.S. to study dance, art, and dance therapy) and her friends Kaz Kajimura and Hiroyuki Hori.
Top Wines By The Glass: La Tunella Pinot Grigio and Simonsig Chenin Blanc!!! Give them a spin...
Foursquare checkin while waiting for your drink at the bar.
Like a dark and stormy? Get a stormy weather tobdrink here. Good stuff. Like Bermuda with a twist of Asia in a glass.
Sushi and Jazz