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Fortunately, Toshio Suzuki wasn’t gone for long. A year after shuttering his 30-year-old Sushi Zen in midtown, the New York sushi icon returns with a new raw-fish restaurant divided into three concepts. There’s a 10-seat omakase counter, where Suzuki prepares a seven-course dinner that includes seasonal dishes like steamed monkfish liver and horsehair crab for $250 per person. Three Pillars, an Imperial-style cocktail bar and lounge, sees cocktail “alchemist” Alex Ott pouring Japanese drinks with “healing” powers, like the gin-and-yuzu Seishun No Izumi, which is said to act as an age reverser and PMS remedy. The third prong, opening in April, is the chef’s namesake kaiseki restaurant, which seats 56 people and is helmed by Sushi Zen alum Takashi Yamamoto, who was formerly a private chef for the Japanese consulate.
114 W 47th St
|Cross street:||between Sixth and Seventh Aves|
|Transport:||Subway: BDFM to Rockerfeller Center; NRW to 49th|
|Price:||Average Prix-Fixe: $80-$150 per person|
|Opening hours:||Lunch: Mon-Fri noon-3pm; Dinner: Mon–Sat 5:30–11:30pm; closed Sunday|
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