93 "Sushi" Restaurants in New York.
When it comes to picking a high-end sushi place in NYC, Nakaji in Chinatown is a great choice for people looking to pay for unique fish.
Sushi On Me is a party sushi omakase spot in a basement in Jackson Heights where you can drink unlimited sake and eat delicious nigiri for under $100.
This Japanese fish market in the East Village is where you should come for a casual lunch or dinner when you want some chirashi or sushi.
Chopped Parsley is a small Japanese spot in Hamilton Heights with solid sushi and curry.
High-quality sushi, a garden patio, and an omakase for under $100 make Sushi Nonaka one of the best secrets on the Upper West Side.
Sushi Muse is a fantastic sushi spot in Flatiron from the chef behind high-end Japanese spots, Hall and Odo.
Rosella in the East Village is a sushi spot that’s dedicated to using sustainably-farmed fish.
Maki Kosaka is a nice, casual sushi spot in Flatiron with outdoor seating available for lunch and dinner.
Fjord Fish Market in Park Slope is a combination fish market/sushi spot with a small sushi case.
Reserve Cut is a kosher steakhouse in FiDi that's great for special occasions, or when you just want steak and sushi together.
Sushi Kai in the East Village serves high-quality sushi in the form of a sub-$100 omakase, as well as a la carte for delivery and takeout.
Douska is a casual handroll spot on the LES where you’ll want to become a regular.
Sasabune Express is a casual sushi spot on the UES that serves great handrolls and sushi platters.
Roy’s Fish Market is a tiny fishmonger with a sushi bar in the back, and it’s a solid option for affordable pick-up sushi on the UES.