Ten stories above the hustle and bustle of New York City, nestled in a quiet corner of Hotel 3232, lies one of New York City’s best kept and most unique secrets, the first ever hotel room transformed into a restaurant. Inside a converted hotel room, Sushi By Bou, Suite 1001, is a chic and modern space sporting an intimate four seat sushi bar, along with a breathtaking bar and terrace overlooking the city skyline. Prepare for a high end Omakase Sushi Experience unlike any other.
Sushi By Bou Nomad, one of the most revolutionary sushi concepts to take New York by storm in the last several years. Sushi By Bou Nomad specializes in Japanese style Omakase, also known as a “chefs choice” sushi tasting, with a counter that can accommodate up to 8 guests at a time. Delicate and fresh fish is served in a sleek and comfortable setting, all within a 30 minute time period, making Sushi By Bou Nomad perfect for a quick lunch, or pre/post theater dinner.
Just past Sushi By Bou, is Lost Hours, a project by the acclaimed cocktail team of Death and Company, one of America’s top cocktail institutions. With a laid back and sophisticated vibe, Lost Hours blends beautiful Japanese inspired cocktails, with small bites that complement the drinks perfectly. With a stellar bar staff dedicated to creating craft beverages that are above and beyond, Lost Hours invites you to join us, knock back a few drinks, and maybe even lose track of time.