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Masa, the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star sushi resaurant known for flying in fresh fish daily for its lavish 26-course menu, doesn’t offer any parking. However, the Time Warner Center has self-parking available, and you can park around the corner on West 58th Street between Ninth and Eighth avenues. Two hours — the minimum length of dinner at Masa — will cost you less than $30 to park in a garage, though SUVs cost extra. You can check the websites Central Parking and Icon Parking Systems for coupons to reduce parking costs.
To avoid the hassle of searching for a parking spot during your visit to the luxury New York restaurant, take a taxi or public transit; the 1, 2, A, B, C and D trains all stop at 58th Street-Columbus Circle. You can also catch the M5, M10 or M20 bus to the nearby Columbus Circle and Eighth Avenue stop. From there, head to the Time Warner Center and take the escalator up to the fourth floor.