Suki Zuki has a popular robata (Japanese open-fire grill) in addition to its sushi and sashimi bar, but a limited number of tables. The restaurant gets packed during the summer, but the freshness of the ingredients is worth the wait. The decor is spare with pretty frosted-glass and twig-covered lamps. Behind the long wooden counter, two sushi chefs work away at one end and a robata chef at the other, juggling skewers over open flames. Suki Zuki will serve Long Island blowfish when it can be found, and its robata choices are numerous. Eat in or take out. No reservations.