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Downtown cafe closes, to be replaced by California-based sushi restaurant

Downtown cafe closes, to be replaced by California-based sushi restaurant

Sav McKee

A local, fast-casual cafe opened last year, serving just about anything you could want for a quick bite to eat – wings, burgers, soups & salads, and even curry bowls and stir fry.

After almost a year of staying in business, MD Express quietly closed their doors. But a California-based sushi restaurant is making their way in.

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Yes Sushi said they’re planning on opening on July 6. This marks the first time the franchise has opened in central Ohio, according to the real estate agent, but its Pasadena location has hundreds of five star reviews explaining that the sushi and sashimi is high quality and fresh, and their various rolls are unique.


Guests can soon enjoy Gyoza dumplings, spicy tuna tempura rolls, and even baked Alaska rolls very soon. Yes Sushi will be located at 443 E Main St., and they announced that until their grand opening on July 20, all meals will be 20% off.

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