photo credit: Alex Staniloff

Hasaki interiors with sushi chef behind the counter, people seated dining at tables on the left, and more people seated at the sushi bar in front of the chef on the right



East Village

$$$$Perfect For:Dining SoloEating At The Bar

Hasaki’s been open since the early 80s, and they still serve some of the freshest sushi in the East Village. Things are kept simple and classic here - no fancy rolls or mayo-y sauces. We like to sit at the long sushi bar and order one of the specials.

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