BEVERLY HILLS Calif. Innovative Dining Group will open the first of what it hopes to be a chain of midscale sushi restaurants here late this year. The Los Angeles-based company currently operates four Sushi Roku restaurants, three Boa Steakhouses and Katana Robata and Sushi Bar. Partner Lee Maen said the new concept, Luckyfish, will be a keitan sushi restaurant, a popular style in Japan in which the prepared dishes are rotated on a conveyor belt for customers to pick and ...

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