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8.3

Midori Sushi

$$$$
Hours:MON
12PM-10PM

Midori Sushi is a pretty casual place with ESPN on the TV in the corner and just a couple of booths and a handful of seats. When it comes to the menu, the Society Hill spot has the specialty options like the grilled salmon or jumbo shrimp roll that you should go for instead of the classic ones. Packed with torched cuts of salmon, avocado, and covered in teriyaki sauce, it’s a crunchy and sweet balance that pairs nicely with the high-quality fish.

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