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96 South St, New York
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Skikku is your best option if you want a relaxing break from all the people-dodging you’ll be doing at the Tin Building. You’ll get a cold lemongrass-scented towel as soon as you sit down, which sets the tone for the calming experience you’re about to have. The only seats are at an expansive square counter where you can order one of several varieties of sake. All the nigiri and maki are made with high-quality fish, and some of the rolls have interesting components, like the sansho and serrano peppers that come on top of the yellowtail one.

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