1. Shiro’s Sushi
While this sushi classic is known as a dine-in experience — namely one tied to the fame of the documentary Jiro Dreams of Sushi (chef Daisuke Nakazawa, like founder Shiro Kashiba, was an apprentice of Jiro Ono) — it’s also currently doing takeout, which doesn’t skip a beat in terms of quality and presentation. If you choose to dine in, expect masks to be required, hand sanitizer to be available and other sanitization protocols to be followed.
Dining status: Dining in by reservation only; takeout available.