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More than 100 different kinds of sake are available at this iconic spot, which opened in 1993 and prides itself on being NYC’s first-ever sake joint. The sake list is wide-ranging and formidable, including chilled or warm varieties like Akitahomare, Amanoto, Suigei and Takumi. Dishes are equally interesting; expect vegetable fish cakes and broiled dried squid, plus desserts like mochi ice cream.