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There's nothing better than making a place feel like your own. It's even better when that place is a bit hipper than the corner diner. Usagi Ya more than fits the at-home bill, presenting a modern yet intimate atmosphere (enhanced by enveloping browns and two private, front-of-restaurant, window-side seating areas) that's approachable but fashionable. It's the kind of place you'll want to take...
Androgynous, black and white Nagel-esque paintings on the walls and a taupe-y earthtone interior are the hallmarks of this out-of-the-way sushi bar. With amorphous light fixtures on the ceiling that look like futuristic ikebana flower arrangements and icy tubular chandeliers, Usagi Ya is reminiscent of Stanley Kubrick's Kordova milk bar in "A Clockwork Orange." The wood tables and sushi bar...
Portions were small for the price. Wasn't worth my money and the driver didn't even call me when he arrived. I had to have my building security call me to let me know my order was left. Very Unprofessional.
The portions could not have been smaller. In terms of taste - blew average!
Free parking is available in a lot just south of the restaurant (Mon-Fri after 5pm, Sat-Sun after 3pm).
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