No Relation, chef Colin Lynch’s teeny, tiny, secret sushi counter nestled inside Shore Leave (sister restaurant to Bar Mezzana and Black Lamb), is opening back up on Wednesday, June 16th. The nine-seat mini restaurant (just 230 square feet), is located down a mural-lined hallway featuring art by Brooklyn’s Massimo Mongiardo (who worked with Lynch and Co. back in the day at The Butcher Shop). The minimalist dining room features a white cypress sushi counter, a vivid, hand-painted cherry blossom design adorns the floor, while a magnetized world map will highlight the areas from which the menu’s fishes are sourced.
They’re already accepting reservations for two seatings for their nightly changing fourteen-course (give or take) omakase menu, one at 6:00pm and the second at 8:30pm on Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays during the month of June (more options to come in July and August). Be among the first to snag these limited spots — book your seats quick through RESY or email email@example.com with any Qs. In the meantime, keep an eye on their Instagram for updates.