‘New York Sushi Ko’ Closes Tomorrow After More than 4 Years on Clinton Street
New York Sushi Ko is calling it quits after more than four years on Clinton Street. The cubbyhole omakase joint just north of Delancey Street will close tomorrow after business hours conclude.
The news was first conveyed on Instagram last week, though a reason for the closure was not.
Original owner Steven Penchenski opened Sushi Ko with chef John Daley at 91 Clinton Street in June 2013. They created a more lax omakase experience with eccentric house rules like encouraging patrons to show off their tattoos. Yet, strangely, no photography was allowed. Daley took over operations two years later.
Happy New Year!! Chef announced a few months ago that New York Sushi Ko will be closing it’s doors at the end of the of year. We would like to let everyone know that our last day of service will be Saturday, January 13th. We would love to see you one last time so please feel free to swing by or make a reservation as we say a final goodbye. Thank you to everyone for your support over the years, you are truly appreciated! ❤️