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Sushi Time, Green Dos, & Feast

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The more fusion-minded Godai, Godai Sushi and Bistro (4553 N Loop 1604 W) closed earlier this year (yes, Godai Sushi Bar & Japanese Restaurant on West Ave. is alive and well). Thankfully the location is already home to another prospective sushi restaurant. Sushi Time Martini Bar is nearly finished out, and is expected to open in the next couple of weeks. A combo sushi restaurant and music lounge, Sushi Time will be serving lunch and dinner, as well as happy hour and post-dinner music for the 21-and-up crowd.

Meanwhile, two restaurants have opened their doors in the past week. Green Vegetarian Cuisine unveiled its second location in the Alon Town Centre by the H-E-B Alon Market on Sunday. The space was formerly occupied by the short-lived La Vie Café. Over in Southtown, Feast opened for dinner last week in Oloroso’s old digs. Lots of ghosts of restaurants past to nosh beside this spooky season.

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