When Shinbashi originally opened in 1974 waitresses wearing traditional clothing served the then novel sushi and traditional Japanese dishes. Shinbashi became popular amongst Japanese businessmen visiting New York and the restaurant was reviewed in the New York Times by Ruth Reichi in 1998 calling it "venerable Japanese."
The new incarnation is following in the tradition of attracting Japanese guests but does so in a modern setting. The restaurant remains streamlined and cleanly lit so as to showcase the food. Quality of fish and presentation are of the highest standard and it is this attention to detail that is carried into the attentive service. Shinbashi offers an environment for you to appreciate your meal at the pace you choose and the space to enjoy your conversation.
Shinbashi has two spaces available for private events. Both spaces are available for either buffet style or sit-down course style dinners. The downstairs space is completely private with doors that close the space off and a separate coat check. The mezzanine is available as a space set off from and overlooking the main dining room. Dependant on your party size and style Shinbashi can arrange a party designed for your specific needs.
Private party contact
Kenny: (212) 813-1009
Catering is easily adaptable to your needs and budget.