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Daily Dining News: Oshima Sushi & Fugu Loung Owners to Replace Brew It Up!


Brew It Up closed in August, and there have been rumblings that a new restaurant would soon take its place. Brandon Darnell in Sac Press has the scoop on the new venture.

Coyote Tap House, a new bar and restaurant serving Asian cuisine complemented by 50-60 beers on tap, is in the works to take the spot at 14th and H streets vacated by Brew it Up! last year...

The owners, brothers Ken and Ming Le, own and have run Oshima Sushi and Fugu Lounge in Natomas since 2004, Mamone-Werder said.

Read the entire story in Sac Press.

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