Uo Japanese Restaurant Can't Be Seen From the Street

By: Katherine Vong - Published: Oct 22, 2009 • References: newyork.grubstreet
How do you eat at a restaurant you can’t find? Well, I guess you wait for articles like this to pop up. Having opened quietly on the second floor of an unmarked building at the beginning of October, the Uo Japanese Restaurant in New York City exists almost in secret.

The black door that leads to the Uo Japanese Restaurant has no sign, but leads you to the restaurant’s dining room. Directly below this space is a basement bar known as 151, but is similarly unmarked. If you’re all dining with mystery, be sure to check out Grub Street New York for the Uo Japanese Restaurant menu (at least that’s not a secret!). Stats for Secret Sushi Bars Trending: Older & Average
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