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Uchibā, loosely "Uchi Bar" in Japanese, is Uchi's izakaya‑inspired cocktail bar and restaurant delivering a vast selection of Japanese Whiskies, yakitori grill items and Uchi classics.

hours

every day 5pm - 11pm

happy hour

every day 5pm - 6:30pm

private dining

Ideal space to gather for any occasion such as corporate events, birthdays, and other special gatherings. more info

Uchibā is located above Uchi.
Complimentary valet included.

special feature

tues ‑ feb 14

valentine's day menu

our special valentine's day omakase menu available for dine‑in on tues feb 14
Please note your interest in this omakase when reserving.

local favorites

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tiger cry bao pork belly, pickled carrot, thai chili, apple relish
hot fried chicken bun pickled cucumber, hot sauce, cornichon gastrique
kurodai nigiri black bream
taraba dumplings snow crab, lime, szechuan chili oil
hachi no hiza gin, rosemary, yuzu, honey
hachi no hiza gin, rosemary, yuzu, honey
kurodai nigiri black bream
grilled scallop shiro butter, red kosho, sesame
chicken thigh sweet chili, negi, kimchi

dallas chefs

rhonda mccullar

chef de cuisine

paul ko

head sushi chef

private dining

Whether you’re planning a gathering of 15 people or 150 people, private dining at Uchi or Uchibā offers an ideal space to gather for any occasion such as corporate events, birthdays, and other special gatherings.

art + design

Sam Angus Jackson

chalkboard artwork

read more about Sam Angus Jackson

Sam Angus Jackson’s chalkwork artwork can be seen in many of the Uchi locations and is a dynamic rotation of pieces created by Sam for the space. His artwork features many of the ingredients featured in the menu, but often with whimsical small details and creativity that creates a truly impactful piece each time.

Keith Kreeger

custom light fixtures

read more about Keith Kreeger

Ceramicist, Keith Kreeger, created the porcelain shades for the multi‑armed pendant light fixtures lighting the dining space. These custom shades give the fixtures a hand‑made character, and provide a soft glow to the dining space.

Michael Hsu Office of Architecture

architecture

read more about Michael Hsu Office of Architecture

Michael Hsu Office of Architecture integrated darker elements and a mix of seating styles into the Uchiba dining space. Materials such as metal, brick, and dark stained wood are softened by indigo upholstery and soft accent lighting to achieve a moody, but relaxed space.