Times Square may be a lot of things—noisy, crowded, dirty, vibrant and exciting—but it’s never tranquil. So when the former home of a quick-service chicken restaurant in that area became the site of chef Eiji “Taka” Takase’s chic new sushi restaurant, the designers had to work overtime to create an atmosphere that would transport guests as far as possible from the commotion of Broadway.“Once we demoed out the space and gave it a really thorough cleaning, it was a unique space,” said Adam ...
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