Ken Sze, who grew up in the family biz at Yokohama restaurant in Maple Shade, and his wife, Cortney Cohen-Sze, are in the soft-opening phase of Tuna Bar, a polished Japanese bistro in the new Bridge, at Second and Race Streets in Old City. (It's also around the corner from her boutique, Geisha House.)

Tuna Bar, 205 Race St.
MICHAEL KLEIN / Staff
Tuna Bar, 205 Race St.

Its well-stocked drinking bar segues into a sushi bar, and an oyster/raw counter is awaiting final installation.

Seating includes booths and intimate "deuces" facing the sushi bar.

Menu is expanding beyond sushi/sashimi, steak, crudo, and a few cooked dishes, namely Sze's seafood specialties, to include robatayaki cooking and an omakase.

Boxwood Design opted for clean lines, reminiscent of Walnut Street Cafe at 29th and Walnut Streets.

It's open for dinner only, though lunch is on the way.