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Long Island City

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You could sit silently at another fancy sushi spot that feels like a rock garden. Or you could eat something called “The Tuna Loco” and talk too loudly to your drunk friends at Sapps. This LIC spot serves sushi, ramen, and other casual Japanese food in what looks like a millennial-coded tap room. We'd usually steer clear of sushi establishments with rolls named “Pico De Salmon,” but the food here is surprisingly good, and you’ll feel like you’re back at your college town’s best student bar, floating from table to table as though you know everyone in the room. Sapps is open until 11pm on weekends, with an extensive alcohol collection and matcha churros on hand. Come by during karaoke night for the full experience.

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