Sushi Zo has now expanded its mini empire to more upscale spots in DTLA and NYC, but they don’t come close to its original, minimalist stripmall location in West LA. One of the first omakase-only sushi spots in the city, Zo still sits comfortably in LA’s set of elite sushi restaurants. And for that alone, it will cost you. Their omakase usually sits around $185 per person, and seeing as that’s the only option served, make sure everyone in your group is ready to throw down.
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