While it originated in 8th-century Asia as a means of preserving fish with fermented rice, sushi has since emerged as both a working-class street food and a gourmet cuisine. Chicago may be half a world away from Tokyo, but here you’ll find Michelin-recommended restaurants serving decadent signature rolls and trendy sake lounges. But the city also rewards those willing to try a simple laid-back sushi bar or a small BYOB hot spot.
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