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Japanese Restaurant
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This venture from Hand Hospitality—the outfit behind top Korean eateries like Atomix and Jua—stands out in the restaurant group’s portfolio as their inaugural Japanese concept. Located in Nomad, Towa is a kaiseki-inspired restaurant with a nine-seat omakase counter helmed by chef Masaya Shirai, who formerly ran Michelin-starred sushi haunt, Sushi Azabu. With fish deliveries two to three times per week, most of which is sourced from Japan, Shirai leans on his sashimi and nigiri background to incorporate ample sushi into his menu. The nine-course, affordably-priced $120 omakase is interspersed with a series of cooked dishes like a pure buckwheat cold soba and fried monkfish.
Cost: $120

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