They already have spots in SoMa and Potrero.
The reportedly soon-to-be Walgreens space will offer more than just the obligatory magazines, over the counter meds and cosmetics. It will also be zoned as a health clinic, beauty salon, and restaurant.
The seasonal Japanese experience may be the closest thing West L.A. has to supping in Captain Nemo's quarters.
Tribeca gets a few feet of Tokyo.
The Bromberg brothers take an ecumenical approach to Japanese.
Collector, philanthropist, and former ballerina Mihoko Kiyokawa adds restaurateur to her resume.
South Philly's 83-year-old fish market gets a taste for the raw.
They include Sushi Freak, which is making its way here from San Diego.
The new Downtown Crossing Walgreens isn't the neighborhood's magic bullet, sushi be damned.
It's not your standard sushi bar.
Victor Caube, an immigrant from The Philippines, might return home to start his own restaurant.
Chris Gould denounces the evils of conveyor belt sushi.
The musician calls the shuttering bar "quite simply my very favorite place in the world to eat."
Matt Kang offers a primer on eating in the eatery-dense sub-city.
Plus: Volunteers sought for Mars cooking exercises; mediocre sushi probably isn't worth it, all in our morning news roundup.
Plus the Girl Scouts might collaborate with Nestle on a cookie candy bar and more, all in our morning news round-up.
All sushi is just two-dollars at this Irvine-based chain.
We're giving away 50 tickets to the premiere of this hardcore sushi porn through Facebook.