Few people in any industry take their vocation to the dramatic heights seen at Sushi Fix. No fan of banality, the team here seems to ask, "How can a thing become bigger, badder, more sensational? How can it be taller, wilder, more colorful, and awe-inspiring?" It goes without saying that the seafood is top quality. But from there, Sushi Fix puts irreverence and imagination into the serious business of raw fish. Tender rings of squid are re-plated to the creature's original shape, like a fishy, tubular puzzle. Salmon belly, fat and alluring as bacon, is presented like the petals of a flower. Slabs of salmon ride piggyback to slabs of yellowtail for sashimi-on-sashimi action. Fresh wasabi gets grated into a silken pile instead of the powdery stuff you're accustomed to. And when you're tired of all that, swap out the fish for Wagyu nigiri, almost raw strips of the fabled Japanese beef, precious as the finest tuna. All of this is before you've broken into what is probably the largest Japanese whiskey collection in the state. The Japanese are believed by some to do scotch even better than the Scots. Whether or not you believe such things, welcome to an excellent place to test the theory.