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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 06-10-2010, 07:58 AM Thread Starter
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Sushi around Wrigley?

We have tickets for the Cross-Town Classic on SATURDAY. We're looking for a good Sushi place around Wrigley. We are looking for a modern (not-traditional) Sushi place, since we are bringing some Sushi noobs with us and don't want to scare them with a place that is mostly/all Sashimi. We are looking more along the lines of Sushi Train or Sushi City (American style if you will).

Thoughts, suggestions?

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Matsuya is down the street on clark (south). It's more traditional decor, but they have sushi for white people too

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Can't remember the name of the place, but the location is one block south on the street that is on the west side of Wrigley. GREAT sushi!

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Matsuya is down the street on clark (south). It's more traditional decor, but they have sushi for white people too
Matsuyama is down on Belmont and Kenmore (maybe seminary). BYOB i believe and good food. though i think they are remodeling right now.

I believe the restaurant wink is speaking of is Matsuya on Clark. never been.

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Matsuya is excellent. go there.
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Is Matsuya ok for Sushi Noobs though? Or is it just good Sushi?

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Try Peckerwood Sushi on Clark

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Is Matsuya ok for Sushi Noobs though? Or is it just good Sushi?


+1 on matsuya!
they have tempura & other cooked goodies.


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Matsua is good......


Further away .... Tank @ Lincoln and Montrose is excellent.



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Matsua is good......


Further away .... Tank @ Lincoln and Montrose is excellent.



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I've heard good things about Tank. That area has a lot of small sushi places, haven't found one I didn't like.

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Awesome, thanks for the leads all! Especially Chunk, I know you like that raw Wrigelyville peckerwood, so it's a big step for you to come out and admit it!

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