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727 S. Crouse Ave.
Komachi Japanese Restaurant is the newest addition to the list of eateries atop The Hill. Originally located downtown, the authentic Japanese restaurant relocated in May, and is now tucked around the corner from the university’s bustling Marshall Street. From sake to teriyaki, sushi to any type of roll you can imagine, Komachi is the place to go for a great Japanese meal. When to go: Komachi is...
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215 Walton Street
Namu offers an extensive menu of Thai, Korean and Japanese flavors complemented by Asian beers and wines and a full bar. The atmosphere and food presentation will impress your date, and the generous portions will leave you more than satisfied.  When to Go: If you don't mind parking far away and walking through the snow, Namu is great for a weekend date....
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215 Walton St.
Sakana-Ya not your run-of-the-mill American sushi experience. And that's exactly how it's supposed to be. Sakana-Ya prides itself as the premier sushi hub in Central New York and makes a compelling case. Between the modernized sushi bar setting, industrialized conveyor belt setup and Japanese-themed decor, Sakana-Ya gives a taste of contemporary Japanese cuisine. For a...
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238 W. Jefferson St.
If you are looking for authentic Thai food, a plate of decent sushi, or a place that promises a memorable and exquisite family outing, check out Lemon Grass. The American-Thai restaurant located in Armory Square offers all of the above. When to Go: Lunchtime at Lemon Grass is 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. from Monday to Saturday. Dinner is from 5 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. from Monday to Thursday, 5 p.m. to 10:...
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505 Westcott Street
Metro fuses a sushi bar, an intimate concert venue and a dance club all into one. It may seem like those three things don't go together, but at Metro it works. The classy interior furnished with leather couches and teak wood furniture adds an air of sophistication, but the place lacks any pretention. Rather, it invites locals to enjoy great food, fun music and a relaxing (or wild, or both)...
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713 South Crouse Ave.
Escaping the frenzied scene of Marshall Street and into Oishi Sushi feels like you’ve taken a flight across the world – but with better food, more comfortable seating and no jet lag. Oishi Sushi serves up a refreshing menu of Asian (specifically Japanese) dishes, and is particularly known for its sushi, teriyaki and special rolls from the sushi bar. Black-legged maroon chairs line the venue’s...