Posted by Washington Times reporter Kim Smith on Sunday, April 28, 2019 07:18:29If you thought your favorite sushi restaurant was a sushi bar, you are probably wrong.
According to a new report, there are actually several sushi restaurants in Seattle that are “sushi bars.”
Sushi bar owners claim the establishments are only selling sushi and not other dishes.
The Washington State Department of Revenue, however, has not approved any sushi bar licenses in the state.
The Washington State Restaurant Association has called the claims “totally false” and has launched a “sustainable sushi” campaign to counter them.
Sushi bars, like many restaurants, often sell other foods as well, including a $2 burger and fries.
In Washington, the number of sushi bars rose from 9,000 in 2007 to 1,300 in 2019.
In some cases, restaurants are trying to get their name attached to their restaurants and, in some cases the owners even take part in the “sommelier” program, where the owners host private events and teach others how to cook and serve sushi.
There are many different sushi bars in the Seattle area, but most are located in downtown or in a residential area.
They’re also in the market for a new location.
One restaurant owner said he’s happy to move to another neighborhood because it’s less crowded and people are more aware of the food than he is.
But not everyone is happy with the changes.
Some restaurants are still looking for a place to put their sushi bar.
In the meantime, there is still plenty of sushi around the world.