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4 hrs ago | Business Journal
Restaurant veteran Sai Wong wants to bring the izakaya style of Japanese cooking to Sacramento.
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4 hrs ago | Houston Press
They don't call it Sunday Funday for nothing. Kubo's Sushi Bar & Grill in Rice Village offers up excellent sushi plates, bento boxes and seafood appetizers every day of the week, but the best time to enjoy these Japanese bites is Sunday, when Happy Hour is offered from the minute Kubo's opens at noon until it closes at 9 p.m. That's our kind of ... (more)
4 hrs ago | The Medina Gazette
More than 60 flags of nations from around the world will line Public Square on Aug. 23 for the sixth annual Medina International Fest - the city's largest one-day event.
5 hrs ago | County 10 News
Zanmai Sushi is bringing high-quality sushi and Japanese food to Fremont County and is open for both lunch and dinner! .
The 2200 block of Magazine Street has turned into a hotbed of culinary activity over the last two years with District Donuts-Sliders-Brew and Charcoal's Gourmet Burger Bar moving in near Stein's Market & Deli .
Jackson's Bistro Bar & Sushi in Tampa will hold $40 classes on how to create sushi at home starting at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday.
This past weekend Stache celebrated their third annual feline-friendly party: Caturday Saturday Masquerade Ball.
Rolling your own sushi in-house makes for a fresh customer experiencebut before you start stocking up on wasabi, there are a few things you should know.
Tony's Thai and Sushi, as the name suggests, serves up two different Asian cuisines under one elegant roof.
Back in 2000, Land of Sushi opened in a strip mall across from what was then Southglenn Mall -- now the Streets at SouthGlenn -- and quickly made a splash.
For a light meal during the heat of the summer, try sushi. The Unknown Food Critic talks with Eric Paulsen about his top four picks for local sushi bars.
Amid the rush of new sushi restaurants into the city these past few years, there's always been a conspicuous absence.
Pacific Catch landed a big one. Besides opening their sixth and largest Pacific Catch restaurant at The Village at San Antonio Center in Mountain View, David Gingrass was hired as corporate executive chef in March.
"After dark, this Cleveland Italian restaurant goes Gremlin and mutates into a devilishly delicious noodle house.
As you observe ice stored underneath sushi, shrimp, and clams and smoke billowing off hot items, it looks like the food on the Hibachi Buffet on 49th Street North in Pinellas Park is safe to eat but looks can be deceiving.
Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 08:36 am
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