D.C. has long had a respectable mix of neighborhood sushi restaurants, affordable roll stops, and higher-end, special occasion places offering omakase menus.
This map runs the gamut from O.G. spots like 20-year-old Kaz Sushi Bistro (finish with green tea tiramisu) and Michelin-starred Sushi Taro — revered for its pricey tasting menu and its hard-to-crash sushi happy hour — as well as some newer spots like tiny takeout spot Sukuta in Navy Yard, Shibuya Eatery in Adam Morgan, and Ako by Kenaki in a Capitol Hill food hall.
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