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Sushi Hatsu doesn't look like much, and it's open very late, which might give rise to the assumption that it's not a particularly serious sushi restaurant. That assumption would be wrong. The humble Sushi Hatsu is one of New York's most genuine and legitimate (and expensive) sushi restaurants, as the large in-the-know Japanese clientele indicates. Though there are regular tables and a full Japanese menu, the action here is at the always-crowded sushi bar.
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