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Luxury Attaché’s Top 5 Spicy Tuna Rolls

Sushi connoisseurs unite! Luxury Attaché’s compiled a Top 5 Spicy Tuna Roll list that will pump up any deluxe business lunch or luxurious Omakase dining experience.

21 Ninth Avenue, between Little West 12th and 13th Streets www.catchnewyorkcity.com
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Catch

EMM Group's Catch is a spunky Meatpacking spot that packs in flavor to each of its delectable bites. The Hellfire Roll, spicy tuna two-ways, pear and balsamic ($14), is just one of the sushi additions that is absolutely worth trying. Seemingly nontraditional, the combination of flavors in this roll elevates the standard spicy tuna roll to a whole other level.
402 East 78th Street, between First and York Avenues www.sushiofgari.com
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Sushi of Gari

For a more traditional style roll, check out Sushi of Gari. This notable Japanese restaurant is both authentic and elegant. The spicy tuna roll ($9) is everything you'd expect from a classic roll, yet kicked up a notch with the incomparably fresh taste. And if you happen to be feeling a little wild, don't miss Sushi of Gari's Omakase
61 West Eighth Street at Sixth Avenue www.netanyc.com
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Neta

This new-age and trendy spot brings warm service to its cool flavors. Meaning "fresh ingredients," Neta values a unique dining experience set apart from others of its kind. Their spicy tuna roll ($11) is just one of those menu-staples you'd feel guilty passing up. Neta is a NYC hot spot certainly worth putting on your radar.
12 West 21st Street, near Fifth Avenue www.senrestaurant.com
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Sen

This newly opened Flatiron spot is chic, modern, and perfect for groups. Their Hot Tuna roll, special tuna accented with three spiced chili sauce, ($14) is a sushi-staple that makes this buzzing new space truly exemplary. Enjoy a perfectly paired cocktail from Sen's extensive beverage menu to refresh your palette after this spicy roll.
30 Hudson Street at Duane Street www.davidbouley.com/brushstroke-main
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Brushstroke

David Bouley's long-awaited high-end Japanese establishment Brushstroke, an angular ground-floor space on Hudson Street, is taking Tribeca by storm. Rooted in tradition with a modern edge, Brushstroke's incomparable Omakase menu features a spicy tuna roll that's simply to die for.
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New York February / March 2014
New York February / March 2014