The documentary Jiro Dreams of Sushi explored an exacting sushi master’s painstaking devotion to the finest, purest product, served to the lucky few able to score a seat in his tiny Tokyo seafood temple and willing to pay handsomely for the experience. Across the globe in New York City, Alex Borgognone saw the movie and vowed to recruit one of Jiro’s star players and launch his own shrine to sushi. Borgognone, who helped run Patricia’s, his family’s restaurant ...

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