Jiro dreams of sushi, Questlove dreams of Instagramming it

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To Instagram your meal or not to Instagram your meal? That is the question on a lot of diners’ minds right now after seeing restaurateurs’ wildly differing reactions to the phenomenon. But if you’re of the mindset that considers it a major irritation, doing it at Sukiyabashi Jiro would seem like the ultimate faux pas. The legendary Tokyo sushi restaurant requires booking months in advance, you’ll pay several hundred dollars for a meal that can last under half an hour, and, with only ten seats, the setting is uniquely intimate.

What’s more, acclaimed 2011 documentary Jiro Dreams of Sushi has turned 87-year-old owner Jiro Ono into a global star. Diners sit in front of Jiro and his son Yoshikazu as they impassively prepare a course of what…

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