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L.A. special occasion takeout and delivery recommendations

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • April 15, 2020

included. Pickup only. 1050 Flower St., Los Angeles, (213) 749-1460, Nigiri and a cut roll from the Brothers Sushi in Woodland Hills. (Bill Addison / Los Angeles Times) The Brothers Sushi Mark Okuda, a longtime chef at Studio City’s Asanebo

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A San Fernando Valley Sushi Superstar Is Coming Soon to Santa Monica

Andy Wang • Los Angeles Magazine • August 24, 2021

Valley sushi superstar Mark Okuda has some things to prove on the Westside. “People see Valley sushi as more like rolls,” says Okuda, who’s working to open a Santa Monica outpost of the Brothers Sushi in October. “I want to show them that we use

fresh, seasonal, and dry-aged ingredients.” In 2018, Okuda took over the Brothers Sushi in Woodland Hills and transformed a neighborhood restaurant into one of the city’s top spots for serious omakase. He believes Santa Monica and the surrounding areas

L.A. restaurants rush to reopen amid COVID-19

Lila Seidman, Luke Money, Jenn Harris • Los Angeles Times • January 26, 2021

of months. It’s prohibitively expensive to close an ongoing business.” “Now I can rehire or bring a lot of my existing staff members back into the rotation,” said Mark Okuda, chef-owner of The Brothers Sushi in Woodland Hills. Okuda said he spent