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New York's first outdoor sushi bar is open on the Bowery

New York's first outdoor sushi bar is open on the Bowery
Photograph: Paul Wagtouicz

News of an outdoor food court set inside a former auto-body shop on the Bowery is cool enough—especially when it's stocked with high-quality vendors like Italian-sandwich favorite Alidoro, juice-pressing veg staple the Butcher's Daughter and taco-slinging Mexican canteen Pulqueria. But an outdoor omakase spot within that Bowery food court? That's coolness squared. 

The spot is Sushi on Jones, a four-seat pop-up from former Sushi Dojo chef David Bouhadana and partner Derek Feldman inside the Bowery Market (348 Bowery). And the omakase is surprisingly reasonable: Ten pieces of nigiri (with stuff like snow crab and Santa Barbara uni), plus a hand roll, for a cool $50. Post up at the al fresco counter between 11am to 4pm for lunch or 5pm to 10pm for dinner. Along with the pop-up, Bouhadana will reportedly debut a new 12-seat omakase restaurant and whiskey lounge on Eldridge Street in the fall. 

 

Paul Wagtouicz
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