There are a lot of great sushi places in Philly, but most of them are suited for date night or small groups. Tuna Bar is the exception. This spacious spot in Old City has both a huge selection of raw fish, but they also serve great dishes like soba noodles and salmon teriyaki. Plus, the prices range from $5 California rolls to a $60 omakase, so everyone should be able to find something that works for their budget.
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