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If you work in Hollywood and need to stop spending money at Sugarfish twice a week, head to Nagoya instead. The space is modern, with big tables and flat screens everywhere, making it an ideal spot for you and your coworkers to peel away at lunch and stare at SportsCenter for 45 minutes. Nagoya's lunchtime sushi combo platters and chirashi bowls hover around the $20 mark.
You love Sugarfish, but if you see that white to-go box one more time this month, you might lose it. Switch up your sushi routine and head to Nagoya. You’ll appreciate the big modern space on Melrose and Vine when all of your coworkers jump on your lunch plans last-minute, and there are tons of lunch specials to keep them happy. We usually order the chirashi bowl or the sashimi platter (which gets you 13 pieces and a handroll).
What It Is: A modern sushi spot at Melrose and Vine
Perfect For: Lunch, Dining Solo
We recently checked out Nagoya, a sushi restaurant that just appeared at the corner of Melrose And Vine. The modern space is quite big, with flat screens everywhere, making it an ideal spot for you and your Paramount coworkers to peel away at lunch and stare at sports for 45 minutes. Their sushi and sashimi are solid, and their lunch menu is comprised mostly of chirashi bowls and sushi combo platters in the $20 range.
Verdict: A solid enough neighborhood sushi spot that anyone who works in Hollywood should know about.