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Nakaji

(646) 478-8282

48 Bowery

New York, NY 10013

If you’re currently trying to figure out how to source a 13-piece omakase along with a bottle of white Burgundy or snow-aged sake so that your quarantine will feel as luxurious as an episode of Dallas, order pickup or delivery from Nakaji in Chinatown. They have a few chirashi and omakase options as well as a wine and sake list that will help remind you what super nice things taste like.

Nakaji is a new omakase sushi spot in Chinatown from a chef who used to work at Sushi Inoue. To eat here, you’ll have to find the hidden entrance at the intersection of Bowery and Elizabeth Street, ring the unmarked door bell, take a seat at the modern sushi counter, and order either 12 pieces for $165, or the same omakase, plus sashimi and appetizers for $195. There is also a cocktail bar at the front of the restaurant called Bar at Nakaji, where you can order la carte sushi or a $30 cocktail omakase.

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