East End: Sen Japanese Restaurant in Sag Harbor

In the mid-1800s, Sag Harbor was one of the biggest whaling ports in the country. There's still lots of fish being brought into the village, although much smaller.
Sen, a Japanese restaurant, was started in 1994 by a professional Sumo wrestler who came to the U.S. after his retirement in Japan.
The restaurant is well-known for its sushi.
Jesse Matsuoka and his brother now run the restaurant their father co-founded.
They offer salmon, tuna, yellowtail, local Montauk fluke and local back sea bass.