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Haru Sake Bar is a sleek Upper East Side destination for late nights, offering extensive lists of sake, wine and house cocktails, and the venue offers more than just drinks. With a complete dining menu of sushi, sashimi, signature appetizers and entrées, Haru Sake Bar is open for lunch, dinner and delivery every day. The restaurant, part of the Haru group of modern Japanese restaurants, is known for inventive Japanese cuisine ranging from sushi, sashimi and creative salads to distinctive dishes like ceviches, tartares, filet mignon, grilled spicy shrimp and specialty rolls.