New Sushi Restaurant ‘Itto Sushi’ Opens in Jersey City

Jersey City residents can look forward to a new sushi restaurant called Itto Sushi now open as of July 2oth, at 239 Barrow Street in the former Sol Azteca location. Read on to learn what to expect at Itto Sushi in Jersey City.

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The new sushi spot will specialize in Japanese and Korean cuisine, JC Upfront reported. The menu will include rolls, teriyaki, and bento boxes, as well as bibimbap bowls, bulgogi, soft tofu soup, and galbi-jjim.

There isn’t a lot of information on the eatery aside from the type of cuisine that will be offered. “Coming Soon” signs hang in the windows with an estimated opening date in late May.

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The restaurant created an Instagram and Facebook page at the beginning of April, and so far, they’ve given a sneak peak at the interior of the restaurant but no menu items.

The lunch soft opening (15% off) will be held on July 21st and 22nd from 11:30AM – 2:30PM.

The dinner soft opening (20% off) will be held on July 20th through 22nd from 4:30PM – 10:00PM.

The grand opening will be held on July 23rd.

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Itto Sushi joins the ranks of OZO Foods, East Hana JC, Ichiban To-Go, DOMODOMO, Honshu, Komegashi Too, and more.

The space at 239 Barrow Street was previously home to Sol Azteca, the popular Mexican restaurant before it moved to 328 Montgomery Street. Sol Azteca came into the Jersey City food scene in 2016 and quickly became a go-to for authentic Mexican cuisine. With several other taquerias nearby, it’s safe to say that Jersey City has a taste for Mexican cuisine.

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