5 Of The Best Sushi Spots In MinneapolisAfter venerable Minneapolis institution Origami Downtown closed in December of 2015, what new places have popped up to fill the city's need for the Japanese delicacy?
WCCO Viewers’ Choice For Best Sushi In MinnesotaYour votes sent Natalie Nyhus to Masu in northeast Minneapolis.
Best Sushi In The Twin CitiesWhile the Midwest may not immediately come to mind when one thinks of sushi spots, the truth of the matter is there are some great spots to please anyone's fresh fish cravings here in the Twin Cities.
DeRusha Eats: Masu At MOAThere are a lot of restaurants at the Mall of America, but when Masu sushi and robata opened up, some wondered if mall-goers would be into it. Already a hit in northeast Minneapolis, the mall was a bit of a risk.
Best Of Minnesota: SushiIt's a place that's been serving up the freshest fish for more than 20 years -- Origami in Minneapolis' North Loop.
Curiocity: One Two Three Sushi To Open In MinneapolisOne Two Three Sushi is a new take on the typical raw fish counter. In a similar process to Subway or Chipotle, this sushi spot offers customizable rolls where the diner chooses their ingredients and it's made right before their eyes.
DeRusha Eats At United Noodles
Masu Named One Of America's Best Sushi SpotsNortheast hotspot Masu Sushi and Robata has been named one of the best places in America to get your sashimi and nigiri on.
DeRusha Eats: Guilt-Free Bluefin TunaOverfishing is literally making species like Orange Roughy and Red Snapper vanish from the seas. Bluefin tuna is another fish that's in serious trouble.
Curiocity: Sampling Sushi At ShanghaiA restaurant in Woodbury has successfully combined two of my favorite things in life: Happy hour and sushi.
Curiocity: A Twin Cities Sushi SamplerWhen I was in college I worked at this great sushi restaurant in Eau Claire called Shanghai Bistro. Before I started working there, I would guess I had at least one meal per week at the Bistro, so I figured I might as well get paid to be there.