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Sushi by Bou in NoMad’s Hotel 3232 reopens by mistake, promptly closes

We thought there was one thing fishy about this.

A sceney New York Metropolis sushi restaurant introduced to its loyal purchasers over the weekend that it might be throwing its doorways open to diners, after which triumphantly reopened — by mistake.

The administration of upscale chain Sushi by Bou in NoMad’s Hotel 3232 despatched out a textual content to purchasers saying, “Hey Bous! Gov. Cuomo has accepted orange zones for indoor eating, so we’re again in enterprise [at our NoMad location]!”

Whereas the Governor has mentioned that the state will certainly be opening up some companies in orange zones quickly, the closest orange zone to Sushi By Bou is on Staten Island.

And simply on Monday Gov. Cuomo mentioned, “The indoor eating in New York Metropolis is a New York Metropolis-specific situation and we’re not, at this level, considering any adjustments.”

However a rep for Sushi By Bou informed us, “We misinterpret the courtroom ruling that allowed all eating places in New York State to reopen. Sadly, we have been unaware that New York Metropolis was not included in the courtroom ruling so we wound up closing after one evening.”

They added, “I suppose new York Metropolis shouldn’t be in New York. In any occasion, we stay closed and look ahead to approvals to open 3-6 seats of our enormous 12 seat sushi bar.”

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