An open-air space in the Bowery Market food court may offer some of the best sushi made in the equivalent of a tollbooth. But don’t expect to linger.
It rained the first night I went to Sushi on Jones, a tiny open-air sushi bar on a NoHo lot once home to an auto repair shop. Someone had rigged two umbrellas and a tarp over the four-seat counter. The rain rustled on either side, like curtains.
Sushi on Jones is one of five kiosks in the Bowery Market food court, which opened in July. Since that rainy night, an awning has been installed, and David Bouhadana, an owner and the head chef, promises to put in a heater when blizzards come.From Hungry City by Ligaya Mishan, Photos by An Rong Xu for The New York Times