What is the price range for a meal at Brushstroke?

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Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star Brushstroke gives you a choice of four tasting menus, which range in price from $75 to $150. For $75, enjoy the Japanese eatery’s seven-course vegetarian tasting menu, ripe with the season’s bounty. Sample dishes include vegetable-filled tomato with tofu-yogurt sauce, chilled corn potage and udon noodles, and late summer vegetable hotpot. Savor the eight-course tasting menu for $85, or go for the indulgence of the 10-course tasting menu for $135. There is also a small sushi bar within the New York City restaurant, where the chef prepares an omakase menu — the sushi equivalent of a chef’s tasting, based on centuries-old methods of aging and preparing fish ($150). No matter how many courses you choose, your plate will overflow with seasonal products, with fish and meat — like succulent Wagyu beef and grilled Tasmanian trout — taking center stage.

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