Hibino is a casual sushi spot about a block from the 7 and G trains, so it’s a convenient option for a quick dinner or takeout on your way home. They make their own tofu in-house, and have options for non-sushi fans like teriyaki chicken. They serve affordable sushi plates, like a 15-piece sashimi platter for $21.
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