Raimondo Boggia hopes to do for imported Italian mozzarella di bufala what the sushi bar did for the California roll.
 Last month, Boggia opened Obikà Mozzarella Bar in Los Angeles, an upscale-casual concept born in Italy with 14 locations around the world.
 “Sushi was just one part of Japanese cuisine, but they took that concept everywhere,” said Boggia, president and chief executive of Santa Monica-based B Ventures USA LLC, which holds the master development rights to ...

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