Specializing in a 15 course omakase with three appetizers, eleven nigiri and a hand roll, Takumi Omakase focuses on seasonal fish and an ever-evolving menu of sushi. BYOB or sip from their sake menu as you sample A5 Wagyu beef, Hokkaido uni, king salmon and more. If you want to host an omakase party of your very own, they’ll bring their omakase menu anywhere within 1.5 hours of the city.
If you're into sushi, New York City is the place to be. Not only is the city home to multiple Japanese enclaves - see Greenpoint, Brooklyn and the East Village's Little Tokyo -- but New York is full of Michelin starred, critically acclaimed sushi spots for every budget. Over-the-top omakase, budget-friendly ala carte, nice restaurants with plated dishes and date night worthy sushi counters are all available, are all so worth visiting.
In a city of endless excellent sushi, stop by a few of these top spots for maki, sashimi and more.