Brad Hawkins used to frequent a hole-in-the-wall sushi restaurant when he was an actor in Los Angeles. He said the food was terrible, but everyone had a lot of fun.
“The music was playing loud, and everybody was singing, and everybody was having fun with the table next to them; it was just a really interactive experience,” he said. “That’s always stuck in the back of my head of why can’t great food and that kind of fun happen at the same time?”
The idea of both great food and lots of fun was the inspiration behind Sushi Marquee. Hawkins, a restaurateur himself, partnered with friends who also ran restaurants in the area. The logo was designed to resemble a vintage movie theater marquee sign, a nod to Hawkins’ acting background.
One of the first restaurants to open at The Star in Frisco, Sushi Marquee offers more than just sushi. Along with classic and specialty rolls, the menu includes steak and seafood options.
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