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Take your friends and order something silly, just for kicks, but focus on the delicious seafood dishes.

Sinaloan-style Sushi Culiacan brings bold fusion to town

June 22nd, 2017

Take your friends and order something silly, just for kicks, but focus on the delicious seafood dishes.

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  • For more than 30 years, Hawaiians have flocked to the original on Oahu.

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  • The Las Vegas Paina Cafe is the only location on the mainland and its worth a visit.

  • Raw bar faves blend with heavier fare in case our wild spring weather veers back to chilly winds.

  • The latest version of the local legend, Andre’s Bistro & Bar is destination dining no matter where you reside.

  • Instead of sushi or ramen, irresistibly slurpable wheat noodles are the star of this show.

  • The big, beautiful new restaurant at the JW Marriott brings the resort's dining landscape up to speed.

  • David Chang helped groom a hungry, hip audience all over the country by making casual, craveable Asian food as cool as it could be.

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