Do I need a reservation at Brushstroke?

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Be sure to book a table in advance at Brushstroke — the Japanese eatery isn’t walk-in friendly. (In fact, reservations are required.) The best way to secure a table is by calling the reservation line at the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star restaurant. You can choose to eat in the dining room or at the sushi bar, where chef Eiji Ichimura offers his selections via nightly tasting menus that he prepares days in advance. A few à la carte items are available to accompany the fresh sushi selection. The New York City restaurant asks that you give 24 hours’ notice if you need to change or cancel your reservation.

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