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Brushstroke has just 12 tables in its main dining area, with 17 spots available at the open kitchen counter providing a front-row seat to watch experts hand chop, dice and roll your tantalizing Japanese treats. The entire dining area seats 54 people; settle into a table or one the half-dozen seats at the separate sushi counter manned by Eiji Ichimura, where he prepares a fresh chef’s tasting menu each night. Make sure you call ahead to indulge in the New York City restaurant’s tasting menus, as you must reserve a spot in the dining room or sushi bar. And, of course, tables at the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star restaurant can be reconfigured to accommodate larger groups.