Helmed by Michael Schulson, Double Knot features a bar, coffee and retail space on the first floor and a sushi bar and restaurant downstairs—accessible by hidden stairs in the back. The new venture is an all-day affair: coffee and pastries in the morning, fast-casual Japanese for lunch and bar, sushi and grilled dishes in the evening.
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