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Best Sushi
in New York According to NYC.com

Written by Danielle Martucci, 6 years ago, 0 Comments
We like to make the distinction between great Japanese restaurants and places to get sushi because—as most New Yorkers have found out the hard way—the two aren't necessarily the same. Here's where to get your sushi on in the best possible fashion.
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15 East
(212) 367-9085
15 E 15th St,
New York, NY, 10003

A rather spartan sushi endeavor that's sure to please anyone looking for a well-executed, traditional Japanese meal.
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Blue Ribbon Sushi
(212) 343-0404
119 Sullivan Street,
New York, NY, 10012

Located on the same block as its sister restaurant, Blue Ribbon (Manhattan), Blue Ribbon Sushi (Manhattan) represents the collaboration of the Bromberg Brothers' Blue Ribbon approach with their partner Toshi Ueki's skil more...
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Bond Street (BONDST)
(212) 777-2500
6 Bond St,
New York, NY, 10012

Officially named BONDST, but called Bond Street by just about everyone else, this NoHo property offers a warm minimalist interior design in a hip downtown location. The cuisine is new Japanese with European and Asian influences.
Bozu
(718) 384-7770
296 Grand Street,
Brooklyn, NY, 11211

Gajyumaru
(212) 860-8857
1659 1st Ave,
New York, NY, 10028

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Geisha
(212) 813-1113
33 East 61st Street,
New York, NY

Geisha offers upscale Asian fusion cuisine at sushi at this elegant Upper East Side locale.
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Masa
212-823-9800
10 Columbus Circle,
New York, NY, 10019

At the namesake restaurant of Masa Takayama in New York you won't find any standard menus, as Takayama adjusts his meals according to the availability of ingredients and only offers multicourse tasting menus at lunch and dinner. Pri more...
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Morimoto
(212) 989-8883
88 Tenth Avenue / Chelsea Market,
New York, NY, 10011

Chelsea Market came of age when Emeril Lagasse started filming his TV show there, and now the Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto adds to the celebrity status with his restaurant aptly named...Morimoto. If New York City hasn't got enoug more...
Sushi of Gari
(212) 517-5340
402 E 78th St,
New York, NY, 10021

A cozy sushi restaurant featuring the signature sushi tates of Masatoshi Gari Suggio and a wealth of other traditional Japanese dishes.
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Sushi Yasuda
(212) 972-1001
204 E 43rd St,
New York, NY, 10017

Sushi Yasuda is named after the world renowned Sushi Chef Naomichi Yasuda. Yasuda is renowned as a tuna specialist – he typically offers seven or eight options for tuna "fattiness" that apply to his hon-maguro (bluefin) and more...
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Tomoe Sushi
(212) 777-9346
172 Thompson St,
New York, NY, 10012

As famous for the wait to get in as the quality of the sushi they serve, Tomoe is a must-stop on any New Yorker's Restaurant list. For the money—which is actually pretty considerable, now that we mention it—Tomoe is one of the best sushi values in the city.