Food & Drink

Every NYC Spot With Unlimited Sushi, Unlimited Sake/Beer, or BOTH

Published On 08/19/2015 Published On 08/19/2015
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1. Ashiya Sushi 167 1st Ave, New York, NY 10003

Although this East Village spot is known for its two hours of unlimited sushi, beer, and sake, Ashiya also supplies a rotating selection of less ambitious, but much more manageable, specials. Standard and inventive rolls, along with a plethora of Japanese appetizers, allow for guests to satiate their sushi craving (however large it may be) without burning a hole through their pockets.

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2. Kumo Sushi 282 Bleecker St, New York, NY 10014

Kumo is the West Village’s answer to all-you-can-eat sushi. The menu features a mix of Americanized rolls (hello, peanut avocado) and basic sushi, plus hot dishes like teriyaki and fried rice. There’s a two-hour limit, and the affordable $35 price tag (add an extra $10 for unlimited beer and sake) and casual vibe are a huge draw for the college and post-grad crowd, especially on weekends.

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3. Kiku Sushi 235 9th Ave, New York, NY 10001

Kiku Sushi serves standard Japanese-style entrees, like pork katsu and chicken teriyaki, and its extensive lunch specials makes it one of the best midday deals in the neighborhood. The real draw to this Chelsea spot, though, is its all-you-can-eat sushi deal; the $28.99 special includes a comparatively extensive selection, ranging from gyoza and sushi salad appetizers to a choice of most of the spot's specialty rolls, like the Yummy Yummy Roll (shrimp tempura topped with grilled blue crab, mushrooms, and spicy eel sauce). Add another $7 for unlimited sake and beer.

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4. Chinatown Restaurant 1650 3rd Ave, New York, NY 10128

Offering a combination of Chinese and Japanese food, Chinatown Restaurant is primarily known for its AYCE sushi menu. For $27.95, you get two hours of all the sushi you can eat, while $33.95 gets you that AND all the sake, beer, and wine you can drink.

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5. IchiUmi 6 E 32nd St, New York, NY 10016

This is more than a buffet. It's a seafood utopia. Monday-Thursday enjoy the sushi buffet at this spot for $18.95 at lunch or $31.95 for dinner.

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6. Yuka Japanese Restaurant 1557 2nd Ave, New York, NY 10028

An all-you-can-eat favorite, this hole-in-the-wall spot beckons the Upper East Side hordes with unlimited sushi and maki hand rolls. Beer, wine, special cuts like uni might cost you extra, but the promise of bottomless fresh fish maintains Yuka's go-to status in the area.

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7. Shinju Sushi 164 Pearl St, New York, NY 10005

A narrow, hole-in-the-wall sushi spot on the border of the Lower East Side and the Financial District, Shinju serves up a large selection of special rolls and maki. Try 'em all when you dine in; Shinju offers a daily all-you-can-eat special from 4-9:30pm for $22.95, which also gets you a hot sake (or another complimentary beverage).

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8. AA Ichiban Sushi 213 W 28th St, New York, NY 10001

You've got two hours to eat as much sushi (plus miso soup, salad, teriyaki, tempura, udon, soba, and/or hibachi) as you can for $28.89 at this Midtown West spot from noon to 9pm daily.

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9. Sushi Para Japanese Restaurant 1461 3rd Ave, New York, NY 10028

Sushi Para is an upscale, lounge-like Japanese restaurant on the Upper East Side. Inspired by principles of modern day Zen Buddhism and Feng Shui, Sushi Para's attention to detail and creative, minimalist aesthetic plays out in its food as well as its decor. But don't let its chic adornments and locale fool you -- Sushi Para regularly offers some rather affordable deals including a solid all-you-can-eat-deal offered most week days and BYOB.

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10. Cho Cho San 15 W 8th St, New York, NY 10011

At this Greenwich Village sushi spot you can get all you can drink sake for a cool $10 while you feast on some damn decent fish.