The continuation of the caloric onslaught that marks my final days in NYC led me to Go last night, normally a late night beer fueled glutton fest, but this time for dinner a little earlier on. After multiple beers with an old boss and a gallery opening curated by a professional sailor, what better way to end the night than with a plate of octopus balls and dynamite yaki (okonomiyaki with kimchi), and of course some more goddamn beers? Here's what I've learned after multiple visits, including this, the final one:
1. The sushi here sucks, so don't get it. You're better off eating poison straight from the box. In fact, you should only order from the laminated menu with the grill specials. That means octopus balls, any of the pancake options, and fish sausage stuffed with cheese.
2. They're only open at night, but they're open late. I would say that the later you go, the better the food tastes.
3. Drowning whatever's in front of you in mayonnaise is always a good (delicious) idea.
4. The service is pretty crappy, but I probably wouldn't give a shit either if I was serving some drunk round-eye.
5. I'm hung over.