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Restaurants, Japanese Leather District
 (Photograph: Courtesy Gentl and Hyers)
Photograph: Courtesy Gentl and HyersO Ya
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Photograph: Michael Ascanio PegueroO Ya
 (Photograph: Courtesy Gentl and Hyers)
Photograph: Courtesy Gentl and HyersO Ya
 (Photograph: Courtesy Gentl and Hyers)
Photograph: Courtesy Gentl and HyersO Ya

Time Out says

Clear out your bank account and then clear your weekend, because o ya’s singular dining experience is one to be savored. Owners Tim and Nancy Cushman set a new bar for special-event dining with o ya’s opening in 2007; even today the restaurant regularly wins accolades as one of the best restaurants in all of New England. The sushi and omakase menu is a marvel of both flavor and presentation, with every morsel—from the foie gras nigiri to the bluefin tuna and smoked salmon sashimi—a delectable work of art. For some o ya-caliber bites that won't break your dining budget, head to Time Out Market Boston, where the Cushmans' gogo ya thrills foodies with crispy nori sushi tacos.

By: Time Out Boston Staff



Address: 9 East St
Cross street: South St
Transport: Red Line to South Station
Opening hours: Tue–Thu 5–9:30pm; Fri, Sat 5–10pm

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