The Music Factory is one of Irving’s newest entertainment megaplexes, and as construction continues, more of their future tenants are being announced. One such future tenant is the Japanese Restaurant Kabuki. They are expected to arrive in the Music Factory around summer 2016. This casual dining establishment boasts over 200 different plates. They offer both traditional Japanese cuisine and modern and innovative dishes. Although many Japanese restaurants tend to overwhelm patrons with Asian music, artwork, and décor, Kabuki has a more subtle ambiance and features popular music selections without compromising the quality of their food.
Kabuki already has seventeen other locations throughout California, Nevada, and Arizona. This will be their first location in Texas, where they had been hoping to reach for quite some time. They will be taking up an impressive 6,000 square feet in the Music Factory. According to Hannah Grabe, the marketing manager of Kabuki, their CEO is thrilled to be able to expand into Texas and has been searching for the perfect opportunity to do so. He believes that the Music Factory has the right combination of innovative and dynamic tenants for Kabuki.
The creator of Kabuki’s extensive menu is the executive corporate chef, Masa Kurihara. He has included such delectable choices as sushi rolls, sashimi, various hibachi grill dishes, a number of noodle dishes, and several signature seafood dishes like the Chilean Sea Bass. Additionally, there are a number of gluten-free and vegetarian dishes to choose from. Kurihara graduated from the prestigious Tokyo Culinary School. He also had the honor of cooking for the Japanese Ambassador of the United States, and currently is helping train up young cooks that are a part of the Kabuki organization. He is known for his ability to perfectly use traditional Japanese cuisine with Western cooking techniques to produce the many uniquely fused dishes that can be found on their menu.
Although Grabe has stated that Kabuki is first and foremost a family-friendly restaurant, they also have options for the adult crowds and those who love sake bombs. For adult guests, there is a beverage menu that can be purchased from the table in the restaurant as well as the sake bar which is separated from the dining area. This drink menu was put together by Yuji Matsumoto, Kabuki’s own Beverage Manager. He was the first Master Sake Sommelier in North America and remains just one of two to hold such a title in the United States. He created a drink menu that centers primarily around sake with drinks such as Kabuki’s Mint Sakerita and TY KU Coco Saketini.
This new Kabuki restaurant is set to open in summer 2016 as soon as the mall is fully operational. There are a number of other fabulous dining and entertainment options that will be included with the opening of the Music Factory. The first restaurant that was announced was Gloria’s Latin Cuisine. This fine establishment is already well-known for their amazing South American dishes that are being served in their 12 other locations.
The Music Factory can be found between the U.S. Highway 114 and Las Colinas Boulevard. It is to the north of O’Connor and next to the Irving Convention Center. The Music Factory can be accessed by the DART Orange Line from throughout Irving. This megaplex will cost a total of $165 million to build, and also features a Live Nation concert venue that will seat 8,000 music lovers. There is also a cinema known as Alfamo Drafthouse Cinema being put in that will have 8 different screens that any movie lover will be sure to enjoy. 100,000 square feet of the Music Factory is being devoted to office space. In the future, patrons can expect to enjoy a 50,000 square foot outdoor plaza that will host everything from fashion shows to food festivals.
More Information About Kabuki Japanese Restaurants
Kabuki Japanese Restaurants, which are known for their casual dining environments and high quality Japanese dishes, can be found throughout the United States. They have 17 locations that specialize in sushi as well as many other Japanese dishes. They are a favorite location for sushi connoisseurs who are looking for spectacular sushi dining experiences. For more information, search for Los Angeles japanese restaurant or sushi Los Angeles in the search engines. You can also visit http://www.kabukirestaurants.com/.
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