Friday, March 18, 2016

A Spoonful of Sofrito: Eaters' Journal 3/17/16

A Spoonful of Sofrito: A Pinch of advice that will add a lot of flavor to your life.

Eaters' Journal 3/17/16: Masa, Mr. Donahue's, Salvation Burger, Oiji, Bar Omar, And More

Sofrito Lovers,

Are you looking for a nice place to eat this weekend?  Maybe you're looking for something a bit upscale and romantic? if you are, then today's post is right up your alley!

Occasionally, publishes these great mini-reviews under the title "Eater's Journals"; they're these awesome little reviews of eateries that the staff have visited that week.  It's a great little quick reference to some of the most interesting places throughout the City.

After reading the article, I'm eager to try Masa on Columbus Circle and Oiji in the East Village this weekend.  I hope you find a place to enjoy a nice meal as well!

Read and go taste for yourself! ¡Buen Provecho!

Eaters' Journal 3/17/16: Masa, Mr. Donahue's, Salvation Burger, Oiji, Bar Omar, And More

Field notes from Eater editors about recent meals around New York City

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Masa: I went back to Masa recently. After starting this whole sushi video series on Eater, one of the most frequent questions I get is whether or not Masa is worth the price. Truth of the matter is that it's hard to justify spending $600 (PER PERSON, sans sake) on a three hour meal. Is the sushi good? No, it's great. Is the Masa experience reminiscent of dining at a sushi bar in Tokyo? To an extent, yes. Should you go? Well, if you have $600 to burn, then yes, you totally should. If you don't have $600 to burn, head to the new Zo, where you'll have sushi on par with Masa minus some caviar and truffle-Parmesan rice balls at about $300pp. If you have less than $200 to burn, the move is Shuko or newbie Kosaka. — Odell

Check out the rest of the article here!

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