Seven-year-old Cobble Hill sushi restaurant Hibino, which specializes in tiny cups of soft, housemade tofu, as well as an ever-changing lineup of snacks called obanzai, will throw open its doors this month at 10-70 Jackson Avenue in Long Island City. The long-in-the-works Hibino LIC was first announced in May of 2013. The new spot has eleven tables and 26 seats, and will reportedly feature the same menu as its Brooklyn location. The dining room on Jackson Avenue will be a little smaller, however, the Long Island City Post noted last year.
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