Friday, March 21, 2014
A new beginning for Sapporo East?
Sapporo East, the 30-year-old Japanese restaurant on East 10th Street and First Avenue, closed at the end of December, as we first reported.
Now it looks as if there's new life for the space. An EVG reader hears that Sapporo East plans to reopen with new owners — and the same staff. They will be seeking a new beer-wine license during the April CB3/SLA subcommittee meeting, as the notice posted on the door shows…
Sapporo East's sister restaurant, Shima, also closed at the same time. That space on Second Avenue and East 12th Street is currently on the market for $25,400 a month in rent.
Thanks to EVG reader @Breelit for the photo and info
Posted by Grieve at 5:10 AM
Labels: Sapporo East
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Did the SLA really spell it 'Saki'? lol
Great news! I wish Shima could also be resurrected but with that $24,000 rent I know it ain't gonna happen.
Yyyaaayyyy!! Sapporo East is a landmark as far as I am concerned.
I don't get it. What kind of business COULD pay $24,500 per month rent?
Great news. This was my favorite neighborhood sushi place -- was totally bummed to see it close.
I can't wait till they reopen!! So excited! Hayaku hayaku!!!!
Any news on this?!
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