Sushi Eye Moves From Tempe to Ahwatukee

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Sushi Eye, the popular Tempe sushi restaurant known for its whimsical makizushi like the Orange Blossom roll and Booty Booty roll -- plus an upbeat, contemporary vibe -- has left its longtime digs on Elliot Rd. and moved to a bigger space in nearby Ahwatukee.

Chef-owner Richard Cho hopes to keep the same cozy vibe as the original, but has also added a full-service cocktail lounge and patio.

Sushi Eye's new address is 4855 E. Warner in Phoenix. The restaurant is open for lunch and dinner daily. Call 480-820-3376 for details.

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