The restaurant adored by west-coast sushi fanatics and critics alike is making its NYC debut TODAY!
One of the pioneers of the L.A. sushi craze over 20 years ago, chef Kazunori Nozawa’s name is synonymous with quality. He opened the first Sugarfish as a more casual and affordable “fine casual” spot for sushi lovers back in 2008 and almost immediately caused a culinary stir with lines forming around the block for his food. 8 years later he has ten locations in the Los Angeles area alone.
Today he opens his doors for the first time in NYC. Sugarfish in NYC will be open for lunch and dinner in Gramercy at 33 East 20th St., between Broadway and Park Avenue South, today at 11:30.
We don’t know about you, but we can’t wait to jump on board the hype-train now that they are o-fish-ally open in NYC. *groan*
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