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Ushiwakamaru Springs Back to Life in a New Space on 23rd Street

The former Eater 38 member has found a new home.

[Photo: tipline/reader John]
[Photo: tipline/reader John]

Hideo Kuribara's sushi gem Ushiwakamaru is now back in action. The restaurant closed its doors on West Houston Street at the end of January due to a rent hike. Kuribara and his team spent the last seven months building a new home for the restaurant in the old Chelsea Pub space at 362 West 23rd St. An employee says that they're now open Monday through Saturday, with seatings from 6 p.m. till 10 p.m. Flo Fab reports that the space has an 18-seat bar plus 32 seats at tables in the dining room. Ushi is now offering a $120 omakase with around 20 items, plus a kosher menu for $110. If you happen to stop by, let us know what you think.

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