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Dojo Returns From Six-Month Break as an Izakaya

After six months of renovations, West Fourth Street standby Dojo is back in action. The 20-year-old Japanese diner reopened last week with a brand new dining room and menu. The interior now sports some nice new woodwork and modern fixtures. A note at the bottom of the menu reads: "Dinner at Dojo is an IZAKAYA, a Japanese tapas establishment, where guests share various dishes. The menu is designed as a sharing plate-style to allow guests to try new, multiple dishes." The menu includes Berkshire pork cutlet, fried tofu, tuna sashimi, crispy calamari, and pork belly with potato. A few of the old favorites, like the soy burger and the steamed vegetables with brown rice, are also available, but they are not listed on the current dinner menu. The new izakaya dishes are priced between $4 and $16.
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14 W 4th St., New York, NY

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