When family members go into business together, there is almost always tension; just ask Fredo, the Gallagher brothers, or Sixth Guy, who wanted to sell Dippin' Dots over the burgers. You Five Guys really can't blame him, they are they ice cream of the future. For rare fam-biz harmony, get to the two-sisters-run Sumo Sushi
With an address on Broad and an entrance on Pine, Sumo's a contemporary, comfortably cramped sushi joint serving fish over rice (or not!) in an interior with stained bamboo subway tiles wrapping an eight-seat sushi bar and a smattering of two-/four-tops, along with Japanese decor staples like sumo tapestry, samurai swords, and a model of a WWI biplane...wait, what? Starters include the go-tos along with soft-shell crab prepped Shichimi style (deep fried w/ sweet chili sauce) and a vinegar/cucumber salad with a ponzu sauce-topped seafood assortment called Sunomono, which apparently isn't Latin for "single gas station". Chef Specials feature one-off rollings like the crunchy spicy tuna/salmon/yellowtail/white fish/eel Sumo, the thin-sliced tuna/avocado/eel/cucumber Pine Street, the shrimp-inside-spicy tuna/spicy mango/eel sauced Rock "N", and the pepper tuna/asparagus/tobiko/scallion Princess -- though the last time you tried to eat a Princess, you just got jumped on by plumbers until you started flashing and flattened out
Dessert means green tea or red bean mochi, drinks-wise they're BYO, and they'll deliver -- in case you wanna dine on your sofa bed, at least until you pass out, and end up sleeping with the fishes.