The people of Union Square are incredibly patient, whether it's waiting for this Green Line extension that never seems to arrive, or spending laborious hours crafting "In Man" one-liners about their competition down the road. Finally ending the wait for raw fish: Ebi Sushi. An inaugural livin'-the-dream venture from a longtime sushi chef of Blue Fin/Masa-pedigree, Ebi rolls your favorites whilst also plating a medley of meaty Japanese (and even some Korean). The spacious former Wu Chon House is now decked with a nine-seat sushi bar and a handful of Bob Ross-styled landscapes, perfect for priming the palette. Choice rolls include a sweet egg omelet w/ eel; soft-shell crab w/ cucumber; spicy salmon skin; and an egg, pickle, squash, and crab FutoMaki, aka "thick, large, or fat rolls" guaranteed to dramatically increase FupaMaki. Gill-free deliciousness includes ginger-battered crispy fried chicken with cold tofu, pan-fried sliced pork with onion, and shumai dumplings served alongside fermented soy beans topped with squid chunks. Should you just be trying to holler at a nosh, they've also got small bites like sliced citrus soy beef, deep-fried oysters, and even octopus pancakes, which though far more tasteful, should prove as flat as those In Man jokes.