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2 hrs ago | Vancouver Sun
Naked Sushi, a Vancouver company that provides sushi served on a nude body for events, is outside the jurisdiction of health inspectors.
6 hrs ago | Miami New Times
Beer-pairing dinners attract the most devoted of beer snobs. Only true craft beer lovers would drive down from Fort Lauderdale for one.
9 hrs ago | Miami New Times
Kevin Cory's newest undertaking, N, which opened July, is far different from the neighboring Brickell Key omakase temple that earned him bundles of praise.
Sushi Maki, a Miami-based sushi eatery, was named the No. 2 airport restaurant in the country by Travelers Today.
Apparently eating sushi three times a week doesn't make you an expert. According to Tokyo sushi chef Naomichi Yasuda, we've been doing it all horribly wrong.
Ever since I learned that mixing ketchup and mayonnaise tastes better than store-bought Thousand Island dressing, I've always experimented with sauces.
Katana La Maison Blanche Hotel 11 Stearns Point Road Shelter Island 749-1633 Dinner from 6 p.m., through at least Labor Day What is the best number of people to bring along for a restaurant review? Logic would suggest the more the merrier; you get a chance to try more dishes.
Sushi nerds, the time has come to stop lamenting that you can't drop by the Tokyo fish market every morning.
A good meal under $10 is a frugal find, and the legwork, trial and error it takes to find one can give you a tummy ache.
It might sound like a big-city concept - serving Mexican food and sushi at the same restaurant - but really, it was just a matter of common sense for Phyu Kyi, owner of Bento Cafe Mexican Grill & Sushi at 550 N. Ridge Road.
Katana Bento Box comes with teriyaki chicken, tempura shrimp and vegetables, a California roll and a salad.
Prices: Appetizers, $1.50-$10.95. Entrees, $8.95-$19.95. Sushi, $3.95-$6.95. Rolls, $3.95-$8.95.
For those diners wishing to have a fine dining experience while eating healthy, this Darden restaurant is a top pick.
After months of fever-pitch anticipation and then hour-plus waits for weeks after opening, things have calmed down enough at the new Slurping Turtle Japanese noodle house in Ann Arbor that normals can now get a table at 6 p.m. on a Friday.
A small Vancouver Island First Nations Band is cultivating a homegrown business while leading the way in renewable energy.
Downtown's ~PABU~ is now open for lunch Monday through Friday from 11:30am-2pm. The menu is a bit scaled back from dinner, with a selection of small plates, larger dishes, and sushi and sashimi.
Updated: Fri Aug 29, 2014 01:36 pm
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