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Sushi2Go Near Ballston Metro Closed for Repairs

(Updated on 08/06/19) A Ballston sushi restaurant has re-opend after being closed “for repairs” last week.

The Sushi2Go by the entrance to the Ballston Metro’s “Darth Vader canopy” on 901 N. Stuart Street had previously closed for repairs, according to a sign on its door.

The handwritten note thanked customers with a smiley face, but did not contain any information on when the eatery could re-open. On Tuesday, August 6, the eatery is now serving customers once again.

Calls for more information to the number listed on the “We’re Hiring” sign — also posted on the business’s windows — were not answered. No other contact information could be located.

Sushi2Go originally opened in the small space inside the Metro plaza back in 2015 and gained popularity for the low prices of its maki rolls — most recently for its offer of three roll combo lunch deal for $13.

Owner Unsook Kim told ARLnow at the time that she was inspired to open up the take-out business after seeing ready-made sushi chain stores in New York City.

“This is my own style,” she said. “Young people love sushi.”

Kim’s eatery replaced Prime Fresh Deli which once served up smoothies, sandwiches, and wraps in the same space.

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