Omakai in Wynwood is a good choice if you want to have an omakase experience without paying $200 and going somewhere that requires weeks of reservation hunting. A seat at this casual Wynwood restaurant is much easier to nab (although making a reservation isn’t a bad idea). They offer a few different omakase options ranging from $24 for six courses to $74 for over ten courses. Don’t expect to sit at a sushi counter and receive your pieces of sushi directly from the chef. It’s table service here, and you can’t even see the kitchen. But the sushi is very good and the $48 Oma Deluxe menu - which comes with 10 pieces of sushi, sashimi, an appetizer, and a couple hand rolls - should be more than enough to fill you up.
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Zak The Baker
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Beaker & Gray
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