I'll give you two in one: Osaka and The Doughnut Hole. I've been to Osaka many times. Osaka is an outstanding Japanese restaurant on the Emerald Coast. It has both a hibachi and a sushi area. We ate in the sushi area on this visit. Even if you don't like sushi, Osaka has Japanese food you will like. Everything I've had there has been excellent and authentic.
Almost everyone drank hot saki, and we all reported that it was pleasant. About half had sushi and half had a hot meal. One of our group ordered the beef curry and reported that it was excellent. Another ate the beef terriaki and gave that a thumbs up.
I had the Chirashi sushi. I've had it before, and it is consistently the best Chirashi I've had on the east coast. A Chirashi is shashimi (raw fish) and other sushi toppings served over sushi rice. Actually, the rice is the sushi. The stuff on top is the topping on the sushi rice. This Chirashi has always been excellent. I've never been disappointed. The prices at Osaka are at the higher end, but everything on this side of the bridges is more costly.
Visit Osaka, you will enjoy it.
For breakfast, we went to The Doughnut Hole. This place was packed on the weekend. It was packed this morning (Monday). It is small but wonderfully decorated with real wood everywhere. The coffee is freshly ground and excellent. I had a doughnut and coffee. Everyone else, except Bun had a real breakfast. When I say a real breakfast, I mean a real breakfast. Even the diet plate was heaped full. Here is a photo proof of what a "real" breakfast pastry looks like.