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2012_09_blueribbonsushiizakaya.jpgLigaya Mishan is less-than-thrilled by her experience at Blue Ribbon Sushi Izakaya. In her Hungry City column this week, Mishan notes that "The strains of empire are apparent" at the six-month-old sushi spot in the Thomson LES Hotel. She continues: "You are on the Lower East Side, but it could be Times Square, or Terminal 5 at Kennedy Airport. The room is gaping; the music is that grim pop that weasels into your head, at once generic and unforgettable." [NYT]

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