From Our Editors
Get into the plate-splitting spirit for a dinner at Fusion?the menus cater to the mouth-explorer mindset with appetizers, plates to share, and sushi rolls that beg to be broken up among a party of flavor-swapping diners. A starter plate of Mediterranean foccacia comes covered in goat cheese, olives, hummus, and sundried-tomato relish and served with figs ($9.95); pair it with a spicy peanut shrimp quesadilla (with provolone, cheddar, red bell peppers, carrots, onions, and greens, $8.95). Include a vegan friend with a veggie roll (avocado, cucumber, carrots, daikon sprouts, and marinated tofu, $5). Fusion's signature Fusion roll is a flavor-packed concoction of shrimp tempura, tobiko, gobo, cucumber, and spicy mayo wrapped with a spicy tuna mix and topped with fried potato laced with truffle oil ($16).