Conveyor Belt Sushi Comes to Midtown For Ultimate Foil to The Office Worker Himself

Though conveyor belt sushi has been a thing in European airports for quite some time now, only as of late has New York gotten on the gravy train of an enterprise that treats humans like the pigs eating from troughs that they are. Enter Yo Sushi, a chain restaurant that opened in Midtown last week.

Well-suited to the feeling of “novelty” office workers like to experience without actually going anywhere or experimenting in any way that might pose a threat to their calm, carefully curated existence, the conveyor belt experience is perfect for serving as the physical manifestation of how office workers themselves are seen by employers: little blobs that come and go and can always be passed over if it isn’t “quite” what they’re looking for.