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Mastro's Steakhouse Gets Raw With a Little Sushi

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Mastro’s is targeting the pescatarian crowd. Long known for its high-quality beef and shellfish towers, the steakhouse is trying a Japanese twist to amp up its fish options.

Angel Carbajal of Cabo San Lucas’ Nick-San Restaurant and Sushi Bar developed six new sushi items, ranging from $18 to $25, exclusively for Mastro’s. The clear lobster roll, ahi tuna tostado and curry hamachi sashimi sound tempting, but with oysters Rockefeller and porterhouse staring you in the face, sushi may not be a top pick. So, will you try the new sushi at Mastro’s or stick to the steak?

Eater intern Alison Kessler contributed this article

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