Everyone knows about sushi, but let's explore other options in Japanese cuisine at various restaurants throughout the city with a series of Meetups called No Sushi. We're going to try new foods and restaurants you may love or hate. The only thing we can promise is great company.
This go around (3/28) - let's try well rated Jebon. The food is relatively well priced for Japanese (you can get out for less than $25) and it's holding its own in an area with a lot of Japanese choices. And the cool thing is they have sliders - which is also a favorite of the St. Marks Area.
Few other cities boast the diverse array of ethnic enclaves and confluence of global cultures that New Yorkers routinely enjoy. And the representation of Japanese culture in New York City is no exception. From the cliché ubiquity of sushi houses to authentic and unique Japanese performing artists on tour, our group enjoys the sides of Japan that are on display in New York. Our events include art exhibits, J-pop concerts, sake tastings, karaoke outings, book readings, lectures, language classes, anime and manga screenings, networking events, and regular dinners at Japanese restaurants. A great group to meet others who share an interest, respect, and appreciation for all things Japan! :)