After opening its third location, a fourth SugarFISH is guaranteed and a fifth is rumored.
Gone is the dark, moody treatment given the same company's Boa.
The artistic sushi master behind Azami is returning with a restaurant in Palms.
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Supposed Roll-Your-Own Sushi Restaurant Rolls Out New Concept
So, this happened.
Sushi without soy sauce is a lot like cheesesteaks without cheese.
Plus: insulting song dedications, French-onion soup with a side of birth control, and a fake-gun-toting restaurant robber, all in this week's roundup of weird restaurant news.
To celebrate its birthday, the Japanese chain is cutting prices and sponsoring a new non-profit.
Chef Kenny Yamada is holding six nights of raw fish and magic tricks at Royal/T.
Early signs indicate this could be more like Hide than Sasabune.
Countries like Poland are hungry for sushi, but what about New York?
The acronym stands for "best and delicious," but it screams discount sushi.
MTV cameos are big business-boosters and making feasts for a new film involved physical challenges.
Might the owner of Sugarfish take quarrel with the name?
Nozawa's sushi chain is taking over for a less-than-fresh spot on Second Street.
Where do art and design types get their mercury fix?
Nook Bakery and Coffee Bar, formerly Walnut Bridge Coffee, opens next week, and another coffee shop replaces its old digs.
The new space will be the Japanese chain's fifth L.A. location.