Naoe isn’t a typical Wednesday night kind of place, unless you recently sold your paper airplane start-up or you’re an heiress. They provide a unique omakase experience that will never be the same twice, with each of the 10 courses customized according to your preferences. The dining room only fits 10 guests per seating and is run by only two people (the chef and the manager) whose attention to detail borders on the obsessive. A meal here lasts upwards of two and a half hours and costs at least $250 so make sure you go with someone you have a lot to talk about with, like a friend you haven’t seen recently or a future investor in your next paper folding endeavor.
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