1, 2, 3, 7, N, Q, R, S at Times Sq.-42nd St.; N, R at 8th St.-NYU
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If you've ever wondered what miso soup would taste like with a Latin twist, order it at DohYo, one of the spaces that makes up the 18,000-square-foot Four nightlife complex in the sparkly new Yotel. The restaurant is built to resemble a sumo dojo, where guests step up onto a platform and quickly sweep legs into a trench under a low communal table to look as if they were sitting on the floor (for those with bad knees, booths and tables are also available). After the Richard Sandoval–helmed kitchen closes, the tables sink into the floor to afford more space for bargoers or performers or sumo wrestlers, because, like, why not? Dishes like the Wagyu beef brisket arepa with achiote, hoisin, avocado, and crema fresca keep true to theme.