Everything you ever wanted to know about sushi in L.A., including the best restaurants and markets

Meet our great big beautiful guide to everything sushi in L.A., including the best restaurants and markets and our make-at-home tips.
Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • May 6, 2023
It was nearly a year ago that the Food team began knocking around an idea in our weekly meetings: What if we tackled an all-in project on L.A.’s sushi culture? Sushi’s presence here began taking root with the Japanese American communities...
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