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Uchi launches Omakase dinners to-go


Uptown sushi star Uchi used to shun carry-out and delivery. Now, like every other restaurant in town, they’re embracing and launching omakase dinner packages designed for two people.

The 8-course dinners from chefs Alex Astranti and owner Tyson Cole are designed (and priced) for two people and include a bottle of wine plus a breakfast snack for the next day. Uchi calls them “a tremendous value at $98 (standard) / $78 (vegetarian).”

The dinners are available daily for pickup between 4 pm and 8:30 pm. and can be reserved a week in advance via OpenTable, or by phone at (214) 855-5454, beginning at 2:30 p.m.

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