Like the original Blue Ribbon, Blue Ribbon Sushi is a small and sleek restaurant that serves some of the freshest fish in town. Here it takes the form ... More
Blue Ribbon Sushi
Like the original Blue Ribbon, Blue Ribbon Sushi is a small and sleek restaurant that serves some of the freshest fish in town. Here it takes the form of spicy, luscious sushi that looks as beautiful as it tastes. For a real treat, wash it down with one of their special sakes. The restaurant does not take reservations for small groups, so be prepared for a wait at peak hours. The owners also run the nearby Blue Ribbon Bakery and Blue Ribbon Manhattan .
visiting from L.A., and having dined at numerous Japanese restaurants, I've never been to a sushi restaurant that charges per piece. 99% of sushi restaurants charge per order of sushi which consist of 2 pieces. the waitresses were quite snobby. if you don't mind the price, i would recommend it.
The newly renovated BRS is very Zen. It is decorated for the sushi addict.
There is no time for distractions. Make a reservation!!! Do it early at least couple of days , so you are not disappointed. The food is exquisite. service impeccable and after you have had at enough to feed a small village. Drink some Sake.
I can speak of the Park Slope Brooklyn location. One of the finest meals in 20 years of living in NY -absolutely delectable. Expensive but cheaper & comfier than Manhattan.Service was friendly and superb.
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Whether you eat at the year round sidewalk cafe (complete with heaters in the winter), the spacious and stylish main
dining room or the smoky downstairs jazz room, the seafood is always lovingly prepared and served by an attentive, ...