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Sushi Ariyoshi


810 Broadway (bet. 11th & 12th St.)  Tel: 212-388-1884
Lunch: Mon-Sun: 12pm-4:30pm
Dinner: Mon-Thurs: 4:30pm-1am, Fri & Sat: 4:30pm-1am, Sun: 4:30pm-11pm

There are some nights when you just want to enjoy quiet drinks with friends. Sushi Ariyoshi is the right place for those kinds of nights. The comfortable large space is decorated to reflect the four seasons. The pleasant vibe makes another drink feel irresistible, as most people stay there longer than they ultimately thought they would.  “Let the customers experience authentic, non-Americanized real Japanese food,” is the restaurant’s motto, which actually attracts many Americans (80% of the customers). Sushi Ariyoshi serves high quality sushi, which is at the “Japanese customer satisfaction” level, but to appeal to the majority of customers, there are many American favorite rolls on the menu as well.   Of course, like Izakaya Ariyoshi (located in midtown east), Sushi Ariyoshi serves the same Izakaya style tapas dishes, which are best accompanied by sake, shochu, beer, jizake, or other Japanese liquor based cocktails.This very Japanese authenticity is exactly what Sushi Ariyoshi pursues. Located at the Central village, near Union Square, Ariyoshi’s professionalism appeals to the matured, sophisticated crowd who can tell real things from fashion.

Mini BBQ (Seafood)

A small party can enjoy five different types of BBQ. Other four kinds of BBQ include Kalbi, Beef tongue, Red king crab and Duck. $16.

The most popular dish among Japanese customers  BEST 3!

(1)Tofu Dengaku ($5.50)
(2)Mini BBQ (Seafood) ($16)
(3)Butabara Shioyaki ($6)