How to Dine Out: Eat Sushi Like a Pro

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The itamea adds finishing touches to a piece of nigiri sushi at Blue Ribbon Sushi Izakaya, NYC.

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The itamea adds finishing touches to a piece of nigiri sushi at Blue Ribbon Sushi Izakaya, NYC.

Our Web series, How to Dine Out, is full of tips and tricks that’ll help you dine like a regular, wherever you eat. First up, grab a seat at the sushi bar for a three-minute lowdown on the basics of sushi vs. sashimi, maki vs. nigiri and the all-important chopstick etiquette.

Check out more episodes of How to Dine Out. You might get inspired to try a new restaurant, or learn something new about your favorite cuisine. But you’ll definitely leave hungry.

Plus, find out about the New York City restaurants where we shot the series.

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