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Love Art Sushi, located in a quiet alley in the Back Bay neighborhood, specializes in fresh, made-to-order sushi and poke bowls. The location, which opened about three months ago, offers house-curated signature bowls along with create-your-own bowl options with lots of unlimited toppings.
Try the Fenway Special Bowl consisting of rice, spring greens, kernel corn, avocado, tuna, and salmon topped with spicy mayo, unagi sauce, and katsuo furikake. Locals also love the Makirittos, a delicious seaweed snack wrap stuffed with ingredients like avocado and spicy tuna. The best part? They offer bottomless bubble teas in a variety of flavors, such as White Peach Tea and Strawberry Citron Fresca.
The trendy eatery is bright and open with exposed brick walls, oversized windows, and plenty of tables and seating. Yelpers love their friendly and helpful staff, who take the time to make suggestions about ingredients and toppings. Love Art Sushi is open daily from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.