When you go to Juku, strive for a reservation at the 12-seat sushi bar upstairs—where Kazuo Yoshida (formerly of 1 or 8 in Williamsburg) calls the shots for omakase. The menu often features rare treats like parrotfish and blackthroat seaperch. On the ground floor, you’ll find a dark, stylish izakaya with a separate menu (no sushi) including smoked hamachi, lightly fried chicken and pork tonkatsu to pair with high-end sake and creative cocktails.
Japanese / Sushi
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