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Sushi On Jones, NYC

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The Bowery Market, NYC
 
The Bowery Market is the cutest outdoor food court to date in New York City. The stalls seem to be made out of shipping containers, very eco friendly. This is the view from the Bowery side of the street.
 
The Bowery Market, NYC
 
This is the view from the Great Jones side.
 
The Bowery Market, NYC
 
Each stall has a window counter with a few seats, four at most. This is the counter for Alidoro which serves sandwiches.
 
The Bowery Market, NYC
 
This is the view of the window counters for the Butcher’s Daughter and Pulqueria.
 
The Bowery Market, NYC
 
This is the stall for the smallest sushi place I’ve seen, Sushi On Jones. Reservations are taken by texting them. What intrigued me was their seared toro and seared wagyu offerings. At $50 per person, there isn’t much risk if the sushi was not up to standard. In NYC, a city with skyrocketing omakase options at $150 and up. This is a bargain.
 
The Bowery Market, NYC
 
Reviewers on yelp cautioned to count the pieces you are served, it should be 12 pieces and not a sushi less. My experience was good. I was given an extra piece of toro.
 
The Bowery Market, NYC
 
My favorites were the seared toro and the seared wagyu on uni. The searing just releases more layers of flavor.
 

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