As far as mid-range sushi is concerned (not as expensive as MF, not as cheap as Ru Sans), Harry and Sons definitely has the game on lock down. With a bar (alcohol, not sushi) greeting you to the right, and seating to the left, along with a back room and patio, the room is decorated with traditional Asian restaurant flare, though it still feels quite dated. Rolls like the ""rainbow roll"" are loaded up with fresh fish, though the true sushi lover will dig the thickly sliced shashimi. The friendly staff are surprisingly patient considering the joint is usually pretty full. Try a Tiger beer or split a warm bottle of sake with your date. Parking can be found for free along the neighborhood streets, but there is also a nearby pay lot.
Pros: Fresh fish, good prices, friendly service
Cons: The dining room could use a re-design