The main thing you notice when sitting at Bar Shiru is that it’s quiet.
It’s not that the Oakland bar is quiet — music is playing, people are talking and cocktails are shaking. But there’s an unusually quiet tone to the open room, which has high ceilings, walls lined with soft wood screens, and large windows looking out over Telegraph Avenue. You can really hear things here. Instead of the vague, diffuse din that pollutes the air in most bars, at Bar Shiru the atmosphere swells with rich, angular jazz. You can hear it the same way from any seat in the house.
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