Review: New sushi bar ups the ante in Laguna Beach

Critic Brad A. Johnson says Seabutter is adept at “new style” California sushi and sashimi
Brad A. Johnson • Orange County Register • August 26, 2021
A new sushi restaurant, Seabutter, recently opened in Laguna Beach in the upstairs spot previously occupied by Sushi San Shi Go overlooking the main drag south of downtown. The menu skews toward California “new style” sushi and sashimi, which is...
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