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Dining News: Now Open - Lou's Sushi

Lou's Sushi, which Cowtown Eats wrote about in mid-May, has opened at 28th & P, replacing what had been an Una Mas.

The restaurant, which opened for business in the frist week of the month, is run by Lou Valente, a chef who has done a stint at Zen Sushi at 15th & I streets and the now defunct Sushi on the River. He's also worked in LA and San Francisco.

The restaurant's first 3 weeks in business haven't been trouble free. They were shut down for a day after theives stole exposed copper pipes, which cut off their water supply.

For now, they're open Tuesday through Saturday, but expect to be open 7 days a week by the end of the year.

While ther are a lot of of sushi places in Midtown, there aren't a lot of restaurants in that part of town. I'm hopeful they can carve out a niche as a good neighborhood sushi place.

Lou's Sushi can be found online at http://www.lousushi.com/.

More News:

Osaka Sushi coming to K Street - The owners of Osaka Sushi in Woodland plan to open a Sacramento location on the K Street Mall around Dec. 1. The space in 1200 K St. previously was the sandwich shop Magnolia Grill. Mark Anderson in the Sac Biz Journal.

Natomas Denny’s Set to Open in Oct. - The new Denny’s in Natomas is expected to finally open late next month. A tentative “soft opening” date of Oct. 27 has been set for the restaurant located at 4441 E. Commerce Way. On Natomas Buzz.

T & R Taste of Texas BBQ - Based on their reactions, I'm pretty sure the kidlets and Mr.S. would most definitely welcome more takeout from T&R. The portions were Texas-sized (big), the food's reasonably priced and the ribs were tasty-- an overall good value. Being that it's not too far from the Grid, I could see it becoming a popular place to quench our BBQ fix on family dinner nights. Ally Gaffan on A Girl & Her Fork.

Not so many fries with that at Wicked 'Wich - Banh mi fries aside -- I have more praise for this polymorphic mound of savory-tangy-spicy deliciousness in a few paragraphs -- I can't say I completely enjoyed four other lunches I ate at Wicked 'Wich since it opened in August. The problem? Fries. Just too darned many in the sandwiches I ordered -- from a meaty pastrami to a vegan tofu-and-cheese. Stacked like firewood between meat (or tofu) and slaw, fries dominated all four monstrously messy sandwiches I ordered. Ed Murrieta in Sac Biz Journal.

VIDEO: Cooking with Ludy’s Main Street BBQ - Chef Danielle Patterson whips up some delicious BBQ pork ribs and all the fixings for Bethany Crouch and Eric Rucker to sample. On FOX 40.

VIDEO: Food Truck Sunday: Squeeze Inn - It's Sunday so at Good Day that means a food truck is in the back. The Squeeze Inn is grilling up their tasty treats with massive amounts of cheese and goodness. On Good Day Sac Part 1 | Part 2.


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