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Tako Korean BBQ, one of Sacramento's favorite Asian fusion restaurants, is expanding to Davis, Tako announced on its Facebook Page.

We would like to announce that we will be opening our second location in the city of Davis! Thank you to all that have eaten, tweeted, instagram'd, liked, and supported our food these past 2 years.

We will be located on the corner of G and 4th and we'll let everyone know about the grand opening soon!

Per the Davis Enterprise, the new location was scheduled to open on Saturday, Feb. 1, replacing El Mariachi.

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