This 10-seater omakase sushi bar is one lobe of a three-venue Japanese establishment that is buried in a former office space below a building in Midtown. It’s a testament to the power of New York’s food scene that such a remarkable place could be buried in such an inconspicuous warren. But it’s there, and Satsuki is well worth your time and money. The blond-wood omakase bar and walls give off a kind of cloistered warmth that provides the perfect, austere setting for the Tokyo-sourced seafood prepared before you by New York sushi legend Toshio Suzuki and co-chef Kentaro Sawada. When you’ve finished your meal, wander down the hallway to Three Pillars bar for a nightcap. You’ll need one after the near-religious experience of eating Suzuki’s sushi.