Gave a Spicy Good Time at Haru Sushi
From its smart menu, stylish design, and attentive service, Haru Sushi is a success. The fusion cuisine at Haru is a contemporary sister of Benihana, with menu items including lobster tacos, filet mignon yakitori (skewered), sushi, and seasonal dishes. Haru also offers brunch, lunch, happy hour, dinner, desert, and catering. Start with a drink in the bar area and then make your way to one of the elegant tables.
There are numerous dining options in New York City. Each of the boroughs, from Manhattan to Brooklyn, Queens to The Bronx, and Staten Island has a multitude of restaurants for good eats. Here is where my expert knowledge of cooking, restaurants, and trusted expertise comes in handy. Many readers rely on Jesse Bluma at Pointe Viven as a source for how-to and where-to regarding cookery, culture, and community. Dine at Haru and have a spicy good time.
“Haru is a Japanese restaurant group with striking designs, inventive menus, bars, lounges, sushi bars and outdoor cafes at its 8 high profile locations. HARU is a modern Japanese restaurant featuring specialty dishes, sushi, sake, and specialty cocktails. Haru also offers corporate and social catering packages, delivery and takeout services. What began as a neighborhood sushi establishment on Manhattan’s Upper West Side has grown into an eight restaurant group in New York and Boston. Varying Haru locations feature vibrant bars and lounges, outdoor dining spaces and private event rooms.”
1. The restaurant is located at 859 Ninth Avenue New York, New York 10019 at the corner of West 56th Street. There are other locations throughout the city as well. Haru Sushi is a walkable distance from Columbus Circle, stores, parks, and more. The restaurant is also accessible by taxi, car service, and subway.
2. The main dining room provides a view of the avenue and bar. Peak times occur on weekends and special events. Make reservations to ensure a table.
3. Consider the following menu items.
KISS OF FIRE: Salmon, albacore tuna, jalapeño and wasabi tobiko (flying fish roe), wrapped around crunchy spicy tuna and jalapeño
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