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If you’re after a traditional, French-style meal, then Masa isn’t the restaurant for you; the sushi hotspot doesn’t serve a cheese or bread course. The Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star restaurant is known for its lavish 26-course menu that features fresh seafood, sushi and rich, creamy rice. Masa flies in fresh ingredients from as far away as Japan every day, including tuna, sun bream, grouper, clams, eel and octopus, and offers generous helpings of luxurious truffles, caviar and toro throughout the meal. At $450 to $600 a person — without tax, tip or alcohol — dinner at the New York restaurant is a luxurious experience destined to be savored and remembered.