Good Catch

Great, cheap sushi where you least expect it

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ou might not expect to find great sushi above a hardware store and next to a beeper-repair shop. But that’s where Sushi Station hides out. A neighborhood favorite, Sushi Station has an unbeatable lunchtime special with great deals on everything from from nigiri sushi to maki, all served with miso soup and a house salad, for around 10 bucks. And don’t let the location put you off. The restaurant—once you find it—is clean and intimate, with a friendly staff. Choose from a selection of traditional rolls or try a signature roll such as the Station Maki, served with cooked whitefish and scallops, tobiko, cucumber, and eel sauce, topped with spicy mayo. Minton

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One of the spires of the Mission Church (formally Our Lady of Perpetual Help) after which Mission Hill is named is two feet shorter than the other spire, because of a slope in the foundation.

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