Wasabi’s all-you-can-eat sushi coming to ex-Reel Seafood area

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The owners of Wasabi, a 3-year-outdated cafe in Saratoga Springs that features all-you-can consume sushi, are acquiring a southern sibling to open in early June at 195 Wolf Road in Colonie, home for more 35 many years to Reel Seafood Co. until it shut quickly in January 2020.

The restaurant will be known as Albany Wasabi, said Chenxun Wu, who manages the original Wasabi.

He stated menus and hours will be the very same: Lunch, $16.50 for each person, 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. weekdays evening meal, $25.99 per individual, 4:30 to 10 p.m. Monday to Thursday, 4:30 to 11 p.m. Friday, noon to 11 p.m. Saturday, 1 to 10 p.m. Sunday. A-la-carte ordering will be readily available for in-home eating as effectively as takeout/supply. A liquor license for a complete bar has been utilized for, Wu said.

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Wasabi opened in mid-May possibly 2018 at 63 Putnam St. in Saratoga Springs. Its phone range is 518-450-1092.

Reel Seafood was established in 1984 as The True Seafood Co. by LeGrande Serras, a third-generation restaurateur whose Greek-born grandfather opened a Schenectady diner identified as The Subway in 1909. The identify was transformed from “Real Seafood” to “Reel Seafood” in 2008, when Serras’ brother, who owned a selection of Michigan dining establishments which include many named True Seafood, offered all of his portfolio, such as the “Real” name. In late 2013, Serras turned over ownership to his daughter, Aliki, with backing for her from Empire Education Corp. owner Religion Requires. (LeGrande Serras retained ownership of the constructing.) The partnership failed, leaving Takes as sole owner, though Serras himself remained a regular existence at the cafe.

Usually takes purchased the making from Serras in January 2020. The up coming day, she shuttered Reel Seafood with no prior discover.