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7.7

Sushi Lab

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If you want to eat extravagant sushi on a Midtown roof, you might as well do it at Sushi Lab. Both the setting and the food here are visually-focused, so this place is a bit of an Instagram trap, but one where the food is actually pretty good. You can either get an omakase at the chef’s counter (10 courses for $60 or 15 for $100) or order à la carte at a table. Unless you like caviar and edible gold on everything, we recommend the latter. In a rare plot twist, the specialty rolls are some of the best things on the menu.

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