Since opening last year, Sushi Marquee has done a lot. Delighted patrons with good sushi and impressive cocktails. Opened for lunch. Entertained diners with vibrant art, interactive video screens, live music, and even broke world records. But now, Sushi Marquee is topping all of that… by changing its name. Starting on October 29 and occurring each Monday, the fun-loving Japanese-inspired concept will be known as Steak Marquee, because that’s when it rolls out its new Monday night special. For just $25, diners will receive a 16-ounce ribeye and a 16-ounce beer, which is a whole lot of steak and beer for not a lot of cash. Continue reading
Plano’s booming Legacy West development will soon be home to one of the most highly anticipated new dining destinations in all of North Texas: KĀI, an original Japanese-themed concept from the legendary Lombardi family.
The family-run restaurant company recently began construction on its first KĀI location at 7301 Windrose Ave. in Plano, in anticipation of a late summer grand opening. This is the third Lombardi Family Concepts restaurant to open in Legacy West – the most of any restaurant group in the development. Taverna opened in November 2017, and Toulouse opened March 2018. Continue reading
by Steven Doyle
Nestled in the heart of the Bishop Arts District Zen Sushi celebrated 11-years of yellowtail nigiri and Sakura rolls this past weekend. Chef-owner Michelle Carpenter, whose mother is Japanese, has over thirty years experience of slicing fish with great expertise and it shows in her beautiful and bountiful plates.
Experience the Zen roll wrapped in thinly sliced cucumber filled with tuna and given the lovely roe crown that gives each bite that distinctive crunch. Continue reading
photos by Joey Stewart
Musumé opened in the Dallas’ Arts District late January, bringing sushi, Asian fusion and the largest selection of sake in Texas.
Named for the Japanese word for “daughter,” Musumé comes from creator Josh Babb and partner Sean Clavir, whose Rock Libations restaurant group owns Shooters in Victory Park, Prohibition Chicken in Lewisville, and Chop Shop in Carrollton and Roanoke. Continue reading
Sushi Marquee is now open at The Star in Frisco. Consider Marquee a fun-loving Japanese inspired concept which combines great food and inventive cocktails with a lively, interactive environment not seen in Dallas and has an over-the-top fun factor that guests to the Dallas area and natives alike will most assuredly enjoy. The energy is high, the food is solid and the drinks flow all with verve.
Sushi Marquee has some talent in the kitchen with chef Johnnie Walker who is a CIA graduate with marks across the country including both Dallas and Austin. Patrick Stark, the Mohawk Chef, is an on-board culinary collaborator. Running the sushi program is executive sushi chef Gabriel Reyes who has previously worked Ra Sushi, Bluefish and Jinbeh. Continue reading
This December, the Star in Frisco, the area’s premiere sports and entertainment district, will welcome its newest addition, Sushi Marquee. The fun-loving Japanese inspired concept combines great food and inventive cocktails with a lively, interactive environment that’s unlike anything else in DFW.
Sushi Marquee is the newest concept from the restaurant group Crafted Bar Concepts (CBC) which houses other restaurants/bars including shellfish sensation Shell Shack, Back 9 and Shakertins. The Sushi Marquee “dream team” is comprised of industry veterans Dallas Hale and Matt Saba (owners of Shell Shack and Back 9), Brad Hawkins (owner of Shakertins and Chopshop Sports Garage), Anthony Morel (co-owner of Shakertins and award-winning cocktail crafter) and General Manager James Hamous (a.k.a Skinny), who’s a partner in High Fives and The Standard Pour. Continue reading
by Steven Doyle
Steel Restaurant & Lounge has been serving sushi and Japanese food for 17 years and is best known for their legendary Ladies Night early on in their esteemed history. Ladies dined free on sushi with the purchase of a cocktail which filled the restaurant each Thursday. Continue reading