If you want great sushi, a view of the water, and a cosmopolitan look and feel, Ozumo is the spot to choose for dining out in San Francisco. In addition to a scenic sushi bar with a view of the bay, it also has a candlelit sake lounge and something called the Robata Grill, where it serves grilled fish, Kobe beef, lobster, chicken, lamb, duck-you name it. The sake lounge features an intriguing list of sakes to sample, served chilled, like the scene, with its minimalist bench seating in monk-robe-orange fabric. At lunch it’s the expense account crew, and happy hour brings out the Financial District crowd for cocktails and a lively scene. The Japanese-inspired cuisine is some of the best in the city. The Zen-modernist setting is spectacular, complete with a sushi bar with a million-dollar bay view. A crowd of the upscale cool culled from the Financial District professionals frequents both the restaurant and the equally inviting sake lounge, a supremely tasteful space with a decidedly sexy feel. Friday night after work can be quite a scene. The jam-packed bar is a good place to meet people.