Then what are tacos?
Tribeca gets a few feet of Tokyo.
The Bromberg brothers take an ecumenical approach to Japanese.
Collector, philanthropist, and former ballerina Mihoko Kiyokawa adds restaurateur to her resume.
It's not your standard sushi bar.
Want Craisins in your sushi roll? Go for it!
How has the disaster in Japan affected sushi joints like Yasuda?
The Lower East Side ramen shop debuts sushi rolls, and they're on sale.
It's really cool.
Who needs humanity when machines turn a profit?
The Sushi Yasuda overlord won't be behind the counter anymore.
“It was the most, you know, exquisite dinner, sushi dinner I've ever had,” Stephanou testified.
Plus: insulting song dedications, French-onion soup with a side of birth control, and a fake-gun-toting restaurant robber, all in this week's roundup of weird restaurant news.
Countries like Poland are hungry for sushi, but what about New York?
Where do art and design types get their mercury fix?
Jeremy "I quit the play because I ate too much sushi" Piven opens up to 'Rolling Stone.'
The latest incarnation of this Sietsema favorite features a sushi bar.
The animal-cruelty organization dropped in Tuesday night to investigate.
Plus: sushi with a longer shelf life, and McDonald's goes for smoothies, all in our morning news roundup.
A look inside the Lower East Side's hidden sushi den, and at its food.