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Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Haru, which is owned by Benihana, is eying new locations in Hell's Kitchen and Chelsea.

Midtown »

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TriBeCa »

The new eatery, Sushi Tatsu, is slated to open early next year.

Midtown »

After failing 2 consecutive inspections, Fuji Sushi was allowed to reopen on Sept. 11.

Park Slope »

A thief swiped the pricey ingredients from Mura, a sushi restaurant at 369 Fifth Ave.

Concourse »

The eatery is called the Asian Grille Express and should open by early September.

Chelsea »

Doors will open next Friday, chef-owner Hideo Kuribara said.

Chelsea »

Uma Temakaria's sushi burritos come filled with crab, salmon or tuna, or seaweed and vegetables.

Prospect-Lefferts Gardens »

Silver Rice is opening its second outpost on Flatbush Avenue near Midwood Street, its owners said.

Upper West Side »

The Japanese restaurant will keep its main menu but add special Japanese grilling to the mix as well.

Lower East Side »

Splitsville Luxury Bowling will open a location in Essex Crossing, developers said.

Times Square & Theater District »

Seki serves a late night omakase, or chef's choice, series of sushi pieces.

Central Harlem »

Tomoyuki Hayashi has more than 20 years of experience at some of New York City's best restaurants.

Greenwich Village »

Brian Johnson claims he wasn't given equal ownership after investing $1 million to expand the business.

Upper West Side »

Neighbors welcomed the news of a new restaurant as long as it keeps its rear yard quiet.