Kabuki Japanese Restaurant Is Coming to the Galleria This Summer

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The first Texas location of a California sushi restaurant is opening this summer on level one of the Galleria’s Alley, according to a press release. The 6,000-square-foot Kabuki Japanese Restaurant will be the eatery's 18th location. 

The "full-service casual dining chain" first opened in 1991 and boasts a team of highly trained sushi chefs along with an extensive beverage program with beer, wine, cocktails and sake — and a kids' menu. Kabuki joins more than 30 restaurants all chomping at the bit to feed the Galleria's 19 million annual shoppers. 

The Galleria, 13350 Dallas Parkway

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