FAIRLAWN, Ohio – Sake Japanese Fusion is set to open in Summit Mall.
Billed as offering a modern mix of seafood and sushi, the restaurant has a target opening date of this spring, according to a news release from Simon, the real-estate mall-ownership company. It will be located in the former Bravo Italian Kitchen restaurant, next to David’s Bridal, and will have an exterior entrance.
Sake Japanese Fusion owners also own the Boiling House seafood restaurant at 1 W. Exchange St., in downtown Akron.
The menu will have grilled teriyaki items, a sushi bar, noodles and rice offerings, burgers, seafood entrees and items from its “teppanyaki grill” – charcoal-grilled items with Cajun or teriyaki sauce. A kids’ menu also is available.
Sake Japanese Fusion customers will be greeted by “Peanut,” a robotic host that will show diners to their seats.
The restaurant is at 3265 W. Market St. – Ohio 18 – two miles east of Interstate 77.
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