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    Sushi in NYC... what is the best

    Ok, going to the city Sat night with the wife and another couple for drinks and dinner. Thinking of going with Sushi and do not know the best place to go as I really do not venture far out of Bergen County... any advice? I have a reservation at Sushi Yasuda on 43rd st... Is that good enough?

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    Sapphires below the 59th St bridge

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    Quote Originally Posted by TerminatorJet View Post
    Sapphires below the 59th St bridge
    not a bad idea... but it is with spouse in tow...

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    Nobu and Koi are the best I've been.

    I don't think you're getting a reservation at either on such limited (I almost said short) notice.

    Have not been to Yasuda.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JStokes View Post
    Nobu and Koi are the best I've been.

    I don't think you're getting a reservation at either on such limited (I almost said short) notice.

    Have not been to Yasuda.

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    lols....

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    If you're going to a show try Sushi Zen 44th (bet broadway & 6th) really good last time I was there...

    there is a NOBU on 57th you may be able to get into, forget about downtown.

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    If money isnt a factor the correct answer is Sasabune

    http://www.yelp.com/biz/sasabune-new-york

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    You might want to check out "Smell My Fingers - Happy American Time" on 42nd and 10th.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JStokes View Post
    Nobu and Koi are the best I've been.

    I don't think you're getting a reservation at either on such limited (I almost said short) notice.

    Have not been to Yasuda.

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    Got a reservation at Koi, no luck at any Nobu. So the wives can decide between Koi (which looked cool in the pics on their site) and Yasuda.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shakin318 View Post
    You might want to check out "Smell My Fingers - Happy American Time" on 42nd and 10th.
    Have you been there?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ruby2 View Post
    If money isnt a factor the correct answer is Sasabune

    http://www.yelp.com/biz/sasabune-new-york
    Have you been there? I can't open Yelp here at work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FlagmanL11 View Post
    Got a reservation at Koi, no luck at any Nobu. So the wives can decide between Koi (which looked cool in the pics on their site) and Yasuda.
    Koi is a very cool joint.

    I've not been to Sasabune but it also looks to be very highly rated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JStokes View Post
    Koi is a very cool joint.

    I've not been to Sasabune but it also looks to be very highly rated.

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    excellent, will let you know how it goes. On another note, did the Capital Grille at Garden state plaza last weekend and it was excellent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FlagmanL11 View Post
    excellent, will let you know how it goes. On another note, did the Capital Grille at Garden state plaza last weekend and it was excellent.
    Concur, for "Mall Food" (which it's not) it is very good. Actually, pretty good even if it were a stand-alone.

    Very big martini's and a nice wine selection.

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    Be a man and take her to the Boy.


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    Bond Street.

    Best sushi, better then Nobu

    http://bondstrestaurant.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by stix View Post
    Bond Street.

    Best sushi, better then Nobu

    http://bondstrestaurant.com/
    I've been there. It's a nice place.

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    Best sushi in NY is Masa, but it's ridiculously expensive and you'll likely be bored shtless by the mood of the place.

    If you want good sushi and fun atmosphere you should go Nobu, Sushisamba, or Koi

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    Quote Originally Posted by TokyoJetsFan View Post
    Best sushi in NY is Masa, but it's ridiculously expensive and you'll likely be bored shtless by the mood of the place.

    If you want good sushi and fun atmosphere you should go Nobu, Sushisamba, or Koi
    +1.

    Top end sushi is virtually all the same. It's ALL great.

    The thing that differentiates great sushi restaurants from others is the atmosphere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JStokes View Post
    +1.

    Top end sushi is virtually all the same. It's ALL great.

    The thing that differentiates great sushi restaurants from others is the atmosphere.

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    And variations in natural flavorings.






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