Ninjas in New York

Looking for a fun night out? Ninja New York is the place! Located in Tribeca, Ninja New York is designed to look like a hidden 18th century Japanese Ninja village, with dark paths and rooms that look like caves. Ninja is an entertaining dining experience combined with high-end modern Japanese cuisine.

Credits: xbalboax

I don’t want to give too much away but the place is fun and interactive, filled with a lot surprises, including ninjas popping out of every corner, magic shows and more – great for special occasions. Ninja is pretty expensive though and is best enjoyed with a group. They have a handful of “Ninja Art Dishes”; these dishes are designed to be interactive. The staff is super friendly, the more you interact with them, the more fun you will all have.

Ninja is open 7 days a week from 5:00pm to 11:00pm. Average cost for a meal is $50-100 per person including drinks and tax. Dress code is smart casual and I strongly recommend you make reservations as the place fills up fast. Oh and don’t forget to take the ninja path!

Credits: xbalboax

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written by xbalboax on 2011-08-13 #places #fun #japanese #location #ninja #new-york-city #japanese-food #expensive #food-and-drink #nycg #ninja-new-york

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