For those of you who believe there’s no such thing as cheap sushi, this map will be a revelation. While much of the pricey commodity is usually offered these days as omakases costing from $100 up to $400 and more, there remain good honest places that charge a lot less for top-quality fish. One way they can do it is by offering more common seafood such as wild albacore and farm-raised salmon that are, as a bonus, often more sustainable than more expensive species.
Here are some of our favorite inexpensive sushi bars.
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