Sushi in Englewood

Up to 64% Off Sake Class with Sushi

Synesthesia NYC

West Village

$136 $49

Sample premium sake and fresh sushi during class held at Bamboo 52

52% Off at Ayama Japanese Fusion Cuisine

Ayama Japanese Fusion Cuisine

Upper East Side

$62 $30

(49)

Miso soup and crab-meat salad set the stage for the chef's special sushi rolls of the day

Up to 52% Off Japanese Cuisine at Sushi House of Hoboken 

Sushi House of Hoboken

Hoboken

$25 $12

Chefs at an open sushi bar craft rolls such as spicy yellowtail and white angel; diners can also bring beer from home

Half Off Japanese Cuisine at Ichi Riki

Ichi Riki

Elmsford

$25 $12.50

Spicy tuna rolls, eel-avocado rolls, and bento boxes with tempura and a variety of sides on a savory menu of familiar Japanese cuisine

40% Off Sushi and Japanese Cuisine at Toro Sushi Bar

Toro Sushi Bar

Upper Montclair

$30 $18

(31)

Chef channels Japanese culinary training to wrap 18 specialty sushi rolls such as Garden State and July 4 alongside authentic entrée

54% Off Sushi at Fujiyama

Fujiyama

Upper East Side

$64 $30

(59)

Creative and classic sushi rolls follow traditional Japanese appetizers

41% Off Sushi at Kumo Sushi

Kumo Sushi

West Village

$44 $26

(137)

All-you-can-eat sushi, hand rolls, and special rolls, served with beer, house wine, or sake

Up to 56% Off Sake and Sushi Meals at Taijiyama Sushi and Thai

Taijiyama Sushi and Thai

New York

$56 $25

Pair glasses of sake or martinis with a Japanese appetizer and specialty sushi rolls; option for take-out or delivery

Up to 56% Off Sushi Meal for Two or Four at Ozu

Ozu

Brooklyn Heights

$63 $30

Sushi filled with inventive combinations of fresh ingredients paired with appetizers, sake or specialty cocktails, and mochi ice cream

50% Off at Arirang Hibachi Steakhouse

Arirang Hibachi Steakhouse

Multiple Locations

$30 $15

Chefs sear tender steak and salmon filets on hibachi grills, slice ocean-fresh seafood for sushi rolls, and serve up kobe beef sliders

40% Off at Ginger Sushi Restaurant

Ginger Sushi Restaurant

Brooklyn

$20 $12

Sixty-five kinds of rolls alongside other sushi, sashimi, and hot entrees such as teriyaki, hibachi dinners, and noodles for lunch or dinner

Half Off at Ani Sushi

Ani Sushi

between Clinton St & Henry St

$30 $15

(64)

Chow down on specialty rolls full of lobster tempura or cucumber-wrapped tuna amidst clean, bright wooden furnishings

50% Off Asian Cuisine at Saketumi Asian Bistro

Saketumi Asian Bistro

Brooklyn Heights

$30 $15

Wide selection of pan-Asian dishes from Thailand, Indonesia, Japan, and India

Select Local Merchants

Recently renovated, Assembly Steahouse's—well-reviewed on NorthJesery.com—interior still retains the classic steakhouse look, with burgundy carpet and wood tables, and the menu still offers a good balance of surf and turf. The restaurant's old standbys such as miso-glazed beef and shrimp kabobs, grilled orange-ginger salmon, and prime new york strip steak are all the more flavorful. To pair with menu selections, the bar shakes up 15 specialty martinis, such as the Basic Naked—just gin and olives—or the Bikinitini, made with Malibu rum and pineapple juice and garnished with a bandeau top.

495 Sylvan Ave
Englewood Cliffs,
NJ
US

Wild Ginger's menu showcases healthful Asian entrees, sushi, and sashimi inspired by dishes in every corner of the Far East. Chefs tweak creative dishes, such as Asian-style duck fajitas snuggled in pancake wraps, according to special requests, dietary restrictions, or state-imposed moratoriums on using soy sauce. Bronxville rolls stuffed with spicy tuna and caviar exude local pride, and the Mind Eraser obliterates memories of hunger with tuna, salmon, lobster and king crab. While taste buds luxuriate in flavor, eyes wander amid canary-yellow walls lined with plush benches to hanging lamps that create an ambient amber glow reminiscent of an 18th-century sitting room filled with lava.

10 Park Pl
Bronxville,
NY
US

Under the glow of blue and purple neon lights, Crudo's Caribbean-Italian fusion fare makes its way to diners from the hands of chef Rene Hernandez, settling down alongside cocktails, beer, and wine from the sleek marble bar. Piled-high plates rest calmly atop the white tablecloths that cloak the dining area's wooden tables, and high ceilings provide plenty of head room for building tall towers of salmon piccata, penne alla vodka, grilled skirt steak, and Cuban-style shredded beef. During warmer months, diners nosh beneath hanging lanterns and bright red canopies in an open-air outdoor seating area. The island cuisine also fuels trips to nearby hotspots that include Macy's on 34th Street, Manhattan Center, and Madison Square Garden.

4 E 36th St
New York,
NY
US

Sushein's sushi will slip right through your fingers if you're not fast enough. A rotating conveyer belt, like an airport carousel full of tiny, brightly colored edible luggage, carries the super-fresh morsels past diners, who can pluck up the rolls of their choice as they approach. Wildly popular in Japan, this processes, known as Kaiten-style sushi, allows diners to sample many different kinds of rolls in a lively and whimsical environment. White blown-glass chandeliers illuminate the bite-laden conveyer belt as diners watch from their perches in stylish white booths and white tables. Flat-screens broadcast anything from the game to late-night shows on Saturday, when Sushein’s sushi scoots by diners until 1 a.m.

325 Broadway
New York,
NY
US

Chinese-American owner Yeh Ching brings the flavors she picked up while living in Malaysia to Canteen 82, teaming with her Hong Kong–born partner, Alan Lee, to further diversify the restaurant’s eclectic menu of Asian fusion fare. Dim sum influences abound, with house-made Shanghai soup dumplings served by the dozen, but small plates aren’t everything at Canteen 82, where robust entrees include a traditional Malaysian slow-cooked beef dish touted in a 2010 review by the New York Times. An espresso machine conjures velvety lattes to chase Malaysian-style curry puffs or dishes from a vegetarian menu to sate herbivorous patrons and their pet brontosauruses.

467 Columbus Ave
New York,
NY
US

Ido Sushi owner and chef Tora Yi marries edible and aural art by pairing inventive sushi and sashimi dishes alongside live piano and opera performances, building an atmosphere that the New York Times described as “Cheers – dunked in the melting pot.” Like Genghis Khan’s personal Mongolian barbecue, the dining area is ornamented with wall-mounted swords that gleam under soft lighting. Sushi chefs carve fresh salmon, tuna, and vegetables before rolling them on planks behind an open-air bar. Between bites and sing-along sessions, bartenders sling sake, draft beers, and mixed drinks.

29 7th Ave S
New York,
NY
US