Once was Nas enough.
“One Love” rapper Nas stayed for two servings of dinner at Sushi by Bou at Brandon and Hank Freid’s Sanctuary Hotel on W. 47th St.
The Brooklyn-born and Queens-bred musician, born Nasir Jones, stopped by the eatery over the weekend to sample their omakase “concept,” which requires diners to eat 12 mini courses in 30 minutes, then surrender their table to the next guest.
But when it came time for the “N.Y. State of Mind” singer to give up his spot, he had to make a choice between calling it a night or doubling down. He did the latter.
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“Nas did 24-courses in 60-minutes,” says an impressed witness.
And he paired it with a bottle of Dassai sake. When he was ready to leave, the legendary rapper tipped $ 200 and stopped to chat with vintage clothing experts Bridgette Morphew and Jason Lyon on his way out.
By Monday, Nas appeared to have gotten his appetite back. He attended the Prospect Heights, Brooklyn, opening of Southern fried eatery Sweet Chick, where he’s a partner, and posted a photo on Instagram celebrating the new eatery. One of the co-owners wrote back that a Queens branch was in the works.
With Brian Niemietz