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Sushinomics Data Show New Yorkers Are Still Getting a Raw Deal

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A sushi dinner in the tri-state area doesn’t come cheap: New York and Greenwich, Connecticut, are atop Bloomberg’s Sushinomics indexes for the fourth straight year.

The average price of two standard sushi menu items, California rolls and spicy tuna rolls, was $8.68 in New York, the highest of 28 major U.S. cities in Bloomberg’s Sushinomics Cost-of-Living Index, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. Los Angeles was the second-most-expensive, followed by San Francisco, Seattle and Miami.