Roppongi is ready when you are with fresh, exotic fare in La Jolla

By Will Parson

Get the recipe here

From T-shirts to power suits, there is room for everyone at Rappongi. Its namesake is a district in Japan that is famous for its nightlife, and in a similar way the Asian-fusion restaurant in La Jolla caters to all kinds. The patio alone can beat many smaller venues in terms of seating, and its expansiveness provides a series of dining niches tied together by an ever-present upbeat energy. Get the recipe here

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