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Dive into high-end dishes with exotic ingredients

Ripped from the pages of Bon Appetit or Saveur magazines, Shinto Japanese Steakhouse and Sushi Bar is kicking off the new year by introducing Omakase Dining—an exotic adventure to put on your bucket list. This ancient form of Japanese dining puts guests in the chef’s expert hands, letting him create seasonal dishes for them with high-end...

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Shinto brings an authentic Japanese hibachi experience to Westlake

The literal meaning of “hibachi” is “fire bowl.” The West Side’s hottest new dining destination—Shinto Japanese Steakhouse and Sushi Bar—includes 12 smokeless Hibachi tables with uproarious dinner entertainment for singles or small groups. Knives are wielding, flames dancing and food will be flying, onto your plate, of...

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Prepare to be transported with Shinto's new Westlake location

Translated from Japanese, “shinto” means “way of the gods” and represents a pursuit of celebrating the purest things in life. That esthetic shines in the West Side’s hottest new restaurant, Shinto Japanese Steakhouse and Sushi Bar. The original Shinto, located in Strongsville, has been delighting diners with its signature...

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The cool temperatures of fall mean the parties at Shinto Japanese Steak House and Sushi Bar are heating up

If the temperatures are finally taking a downturn, that means party planning is just starting to heat up. And no restaurant is better set for stellar parties and catering events than Shinto Japanese Steakhouse and Sushi Bar. “We’ve already started getting phone calls requesting dates for holiday events,” says General Manager Kyle...

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Shinto’s new VIP Ninja Club takes your dining experience to the next level

This month, Shinto Japanese Steakhouse and Sushi Bar is unveiling the new Ninja Dining Club, an innovative membership program that rewards hibachi diners with beaucoup perks and even more reasons to dine here. “This is the first time in our 13 years we’re doing anything like this,” says Shinto General Manager Kyle Peterson. “We already...

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