Enjoy what The New Yorker calls “Intercultural Bliss” of Japanese and Peruvian cuisine at Sen Sakana, NYC’s first authentic Nikkei restaurant. Dishes range from elegantly crafted sushi and chirashi to ceviche and empanadas. The expansive layout features a bar area, main dining room, elevated sushi bar, and private dining room for lunch and dinner events. Pre-theater menu available.
Sen Sakana28 W. 44th St. (btw. Fifth & Sixth Aves.)
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Where to Enjoy Dry January Mocktails in NYC
With the growing trend of sober nights out, more revelers are opting for alcohol-free nights, weekends, or even lifestyles. Rather than mingling and enjoying alcohol-based cocktails at bars, they’re sipping handcrafted mocktails at restaurants, sober social clubs, or alcohol-free bars such as Brooklyn’s Canticles Sober Lounge. Cheers to these city hotspots that boast mocktails.
5 Lunch Specials to Try Right Now in Midtown NYC
Some of New York City's finest restaurants are best visited at lunch. Often, you can enjoy a meal for less than you’d pay in the evening. You’re also more likely to get a table at these popular spots. Innovative North Indian, bacon on a clothesline, and Peruvian-infused sushi are all on offer among the five restaurants listed below. Here are several lunch specials available now in Midtown!