6 Bond Street New YorkNY10012
6:00pm-12:00pm, 6:00pm-11:59pm
6:00pm-12:00pm, 6:00pm-11:59pm
6:00pm-1:30am, 6:00pm-12:00pm
6:00pm-1:30am, 6:00pm-12:00pm
6:00pm-1:30am, 6:00pm-12:00pm
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Situated in an historic, Soho-style brownstone, BONDST welcomes patrons to experience its three, distinct levels. The ground floor houses BONDST Lounge, an intimate space with its own sushi bar and banquettes set amidst a soft, textured space. On the second floor, the restaurant offers a festive seventy-five seat dining room with a lively sushi bar, as well as a bar overlooking NoHo's...
by gogobot on May 25, 2015 from gogobot


The Extras:
BondSt has a large private dining room for private parties and corporate events.
by Citysearch on January 18, 2011 from Citysearch
What to Drink:
The sake menu is one of the longest in the city, stretching up to $200 bottles. Though saketini cocktails are now commonplace, they're rarely mixed as well as they are here.
by Citysearch on January 18, 2011 from Citysearch

Editorial Reviews

"They've still got it" at this NoHo Japanese "knockout", where the "work-of-art" sushi and "swanky" space with a "cool" downstairs lounge deliver both "style and substance"; "beautiful" people out "to see and be seen" readily bond with the "trendy vibe", less so with the "expensive" tabs.
by zagat on January 21, 2014 from zagat
Officially named BONDST, but called Bond Street by just about everyone else, this NoHo property offers a warm minimalist interior design in a hip downtown location. The cuisine is new Japanese with European and Asian influences.
by nyc on November 01, 2012 from nyc
This townhouse triplex is a hot spot with attitude to match---lots of attitude. Image-conscious diners in new designer outfits seem to pack the place. The black-clad staff, though, is accommodating and gracious. The candle-lit cocktail…
by Citysearch on August 09, 2012 from Citysearch
Decadent, creative takes on raw fish in a minimalist bento box brimming with BP's. Blond wood balances more NYC-friendly blacks and grays, soot and ashes fully cleared away from ought-seven fire. Euro and Asian influences on sophisto Japanese palette. Landlubbers graze on short ribs with roasted apple, braised pork belly with artichoke sauce and miso glaze. Flavors run amok in amazing nigiri...
by blackbookmag on November 03, 2010 from blackbookmag

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BONDST, located in NoHo, is a trendy downtown restaurant with a warm minimalist interior design. The cuisine is new Japanese with European and Asian influences. BONDST is Citysearch's 2007 and 2008 audience award winner for Best Sushi in NYC, as well as the 2008 audience award winner for Best Martini in NYC.
by yellowpages on January 18, 2017 from yellowpages