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Masa, the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star restaurant from Masa Takayama, presents its world-class sushi in a sleek and minimal interior design, but tables and seats are arranged with comfort in mind. You’ll have plenty of room to maneuver during your 26-course meal.
Seats at Masa fall into one of two sections: 10 seats get up-close and personal with the hinoki-wood sushi bar, while four tables of four seats each flank the bar. Tables have a generous amount of space between them and the seats at the sushi bar are oversized and made of comfortable leather. If you’re dining alone or in a pair at this popular New York restaurant, you won’t have to worry about bumping into other diners — plenty of space separates diners at the sushi bar.