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Rock-N-Sake
(now closed) Rock-N-Sake

The first NYC outpost from a Long Island-via-N'Orleans standby, this massive sushi joint's decked out w/ white columns, geisha photos, glass-lit floors, and a 15-seat marble-top bar. Grub's traditional Nipponese (calamari steak, tempura, sushi, sashimi), plus sakes, accompanied by music allegedly matching the overall mood of the patrons, from hip-hop for revelers, to lounge for subdued diners, to "soft rock" for Toto-ly subdued diners.

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1. Rock-N-Sake 138 W 25th St, New York, NY 10001

The first NYC outpost from a Long Island-via-N'Orleans standby, this massive sushi joint's decked out w/ white columns, geisha photos, glass-lit floors, and a 15-seat marble-top bar. Grub's traditional Nipponese (calamari steak, tempura, sushi, sashimi),

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