Koko Sushi Green Bay, WI
Green Bay Restaurants and Bars
301 N Adams St
Green Bay, Wisconsin 54301
Koko Sushi Description
Koko is a Green Bay Sushi Bar & Lounge opened in January of 2004 and has become the new pioneer in the best of sushi and contemporary cuisine in the greater Northeast Wisconsin area.
Koko Sushi Bar and Lounge has won multiple Golden Fork Awards and has been featured in a number of publications.
Koko Sushi> Reviews
1.1428571428571 out of 5
based on 9 ratings and 7 reviews
If you are looking for great sushi and wonderful service try Nakashima's. We always have a great time and their service is very prompt.
Map of Koko Sushi
Koko Sushi Events
Koko Sushi Basics
Mon - Fri: 11:00 am - 2:00 pm
Mon - Sat: 4:00 pm - close
Mon - Fri: 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
- Cross Streets
- enter on Washington
- Handicap Access
- Handicap Accessible
- Price Range
- Expensive $$$($14-$25)
- Payment Methods
- Cash, Visa, Mastercard, American Express
Koko Sushi Features
- Meals Served
- Full Bar, Wine List, Martini Menu
- Worth Noting
- New to Sushi training
- Check website for entertainment schedule
- Outdoor Seating
Restaurant Review of Koko's Sushi Bar & Lounge in Green Bay, WI
By Patricia Summerfield
November 25, 2011
I went to dine on sushi at Koko’s Sushi Bar & Lounge at their new location, which is located in downtown Green Bay. As soon as I walked in, I felt like I had left Green Bay and was transported into a large metropolitan city restaurant. Koko’s is an upscale classy restaurant. The first thing you notice is this beautiful life size tree which is covered with twinkling mini lights over the glass leaves; it is referred to as the tree of life. The restaurant is expansive and flows nicely with all the different dining room options. Even though the interior is very large it still gives off a cozy warm ambiance. To one side of restaurant the seating is arranged for more of an intimate style. Towards the middle is a very large bar which follows through to an area where you can view the sushi chefs preparing the food. The restaurant then expands on to a more open dining area. Koko’s décor is done in an Asian style and situated throughout the restaurant are modern contemporary style fireplaces.
There was a nice crowd this evening and the hostess sat me at a table in the more open dining area. My server came promptly and asked for my beverage order and brought me their wine list and dinner menu. I noticed they still carried on their menu the Godzilla Roll. This was one of their more popular rolls from Koko’s was at their old location. I decided to order that for $10.00. The Godzilla is made up of super white tuna, maki tempura, topped with a mild spicy crab mixture. After a decent amount of time my sushi was served to me looking delicious. The Godzilla consisted of 8 very large rolls loaded with shredded crab on top. As you start eating the rolls you get such a wonderful satisfying explosion of flavor. The taste is salty sweet with the tempura being warm and crunchy, the whole chemistry and combination of the different flavors and textures for this roll is what makes it. My service throughout the meal was very attentive and polite. Koko’s menu is very large, which gives one many more opportunities to go back and try more of their wonderful cuisine.
Bar Review of Koko's in Green Bay, WI
June 9, 2011
During the time that Koko Sushi Bar was remodeling their downtown space there were so many rumors and so much gossip swirling around that place that they were truly the talk of the town. Now that they've been open for business a bit you'd think the buzz would have died down. Not so much. There is still buzz; good buzz and not so good buzz. First off, let's discuss the low down on Koko's. Koko Sushi Bar is located downtown in the Baylake Bank building but it used to be located in the Bellevue neighborhood. Now the old Koko's is Phin and the old Vicenzi's is now the new Koko's. Follow me? Good.
The inside of Koko's is beautiful. Absolutely beautiful. It's very modern looking and HUGE. Did I mention that there is this tree in the middle of the place? No? Please, allow me to elaborate. This tree is one of the coolest fake trees I've seen. And it looks like it probably cost about a bazillion dollars. The "tree of life" is enormous and the design on it is so intricate, it's really a gorgeous work of art. I have no idea what the trunk is made out of but the green leaves look like glass perhaps? Or maybe it's made out of rainbows, unicorns and everything else magical.
When you walk in, you're greeted by the hostess and if you are dining she will seat you. If you want the bar you have to fend for yourself. And I mean that. You kinda have to fight your way to get noticed by the bartender to place your drink order. Understand that it's crowded and people are mingling about so just relax and be patient, or go on a less crowded night, like a Monday or Tuesday for example. We had to wait for quite some time, but maybe that's still the place being so new and working thru the kinks. The dining part is on the right side and the bar part is on the left. In the bar part there are numerous bar seats and several hi top tables and regular tables. There is also a couch lounging area that you have to be quick to get! Those hot spots go fast.
Something else to keep in mind, if you are looking for Happy Hour deals you can only get them at the bar, not in the dining part of the place. A server informed me that we can go to the bar and get the special priced drink ourselves but servers can't give you Happy Hour deals in the dining room part. As for the drinks, Koko's has everything. There is a specialty drink list that had one in particular that sounded yummy and would be perfect on a summer day. Pink Lemonade made with Absolute Citron, fresh lemon and a splash of Chambord Raspberry. I bet that goes down real easy-like. Easy like Sunday morning. They also have a wine list of different reds and whites. The glasses start at $6.50 and work their way up. They also have a couple sparkling wine and one plum wine. Beers on draught include Sam Adams, Blue Moon, Guinness, and Bells Two Hearted. In bottles you can expect the Miller, Bud and Coors products with a few cool different ones, such as, Fat Squirrel, Delirium Tremens, Hacker-Pschorr, New castle, Heineken and a Hinterland one. For the Asian beer they carry Sapporo, Tsingtao, Ashahi and Hitachino.
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