Blue Ribbon Sushi Bar feels more at home at Hudson Eats than the other restaurants, in good part because sushi doesn’t really want warmth or patina. The food court’s clean-bordering-on-sterile atmosphere suits it perfectly. The takeout and dine-in experiences are totally different. For takeout, you choose between prepackaged sushi or a bowl, which gets filled in the assembly-line style so popular at fast-casual restaurants these days. You choose a starch (rice or soba) and either two vegetable dishes or one fish (chopped and marinating in dressing) and one vegetable. As for the 16-seat sushi counter, while you do get the traditional “Irasshaimase!” welcome, you also get a wet towelette wrapped in plastic. The menu, not on the website, is far more expansive than the takeout version. Be warned: The prices at the counter are more than you might expect for the food-court setting.