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Blue Ribbon Sushi Bar


30 Rockefeller Plaza, New York
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Blue Ribbon Sushi Bar is your only option for sushi at Rockefeller Center, and you could do a lot worse. Open only for lunch, this casual place has all the usual suspects like edamame, a chirashi bowl, and some combos like a $24 one with six pieces of nigiri and a roll. You can also customize your own poke bowl or grab sushi and sides to go if you don’t have time to sit down at the 11-seat sushi counter. (The only other seating is at a window counter with four stools.) The fish quality is like the third Strokes album: good, but not special. We recommend getting anything with the blue crab.

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