Neta means "the ingredients," and here at the solo venture by Masa veterans, the food is very simple and lets the ingredients be the star. Get dinner and a show with sophisticated Japanese small plates, sashimi, and sushi from Neta's open kitchen. The space, designed by Richard Bloch, features a 30 foot maple counter with ebony sanded into it. The stucco walls are inspired by old Japanese artisanal shops. Try the unique omakase tasting menu. The modern space and perfect simplicity of the food will not disappoint.