Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Blue Ribbon Sushi

I've been a fan of the Bromberg Brothers of New York's Blue Ribbon restaurants since they had one little jewel box of a bistro in Soho where the city's chefs filled the tiny room's tables, open until 4 am every night.
The original Blue Ribbon is still going strong and still serving what may have been New York's first plate of buttery bone marrow with the house specialty oxtail marmalade.
Since those early days the brothers have expanded to eight restaurants and a bakery across Manhattan and Brooklyn. Sushi may seem like a departure but as at all their outposts, the Bromberg's rely on simple preparation allowing the super fresh, high quality ingredients to shine.
Spicy lobster roll. . . delicious.

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