Taro is Park Slope’s go-to casual sushi spot where people order takeout after leaving work late, or sit at the sushi bar in their gym clothes. Along with fresh and reasonably-priced sushi, they have some cooked options like tempura and teriyaki. The dark space and beer/wine/sake list also make this an option for a low-key date.
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