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Sushi

Bypass the California roll-eating crowds and head straight to the wooden counter, which is presided over by a team of skilled fish slicers at this Park Slope sushi spot. From behind the bar, they dispense nigiri in its most traditional form -- mounds of tart, loosely packed rice, and slivers of fish amped up by a dabble of wasabi or a brush of citrus OR a brush of wasabi and a dabble of citrus. With an omakase that starts at just $45, dinner here is by far one of the best deals in town.

New York

Sushi Katsuei

Thrillist

Bypass the California roll-eating crowds and head straight to the wooden counter, which is presided over by a team of skilled fish slicers at this Park Slope sushi spot. From behind the bar, they dispense nigiri in its most traditional form -- mounds of tart, loosely packed rice, and slivers of fish amped up by a dabble of wasabi or a brush of citrus OR a brush of wasabi and a dabble of citrus. With an omakase that starts at just $45, dinner here is by far one of the best deals in town.