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La Chula in Harlem is the site of this tequila-soaked taco feast.
Though the space is double the size of the original, the meal still consists of 12 pieces of sushi for $58, gratuity included.
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We spoke with Tempest about the oddness of being "one of the few," the continued rise of sushi in NYC, and why feeling the fish is so important as both a chef and a diner.
The phrase "almost too beautiful to eat" has never been more true at this Japanese kaiseki-style restaurant in a below-ground space on West 47th Street.
Guests will be served between 18-20 courses before the evening's concluded.
Daisuke Nakazawa spent 11 years under the tutelage of Japan's most revered sushi master; now the trainee becomes the boss at his new West Village temple to fresh fish.
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