A group of sushi restaurants in Boston’s suburbs will soon welcome a new sibling within city limits. Feng Shui Hibachi Sushi Lounge will open a location in Cleveland Circle near a stretch of standby restaurants for the Boston College-area neighborhood, according to Universal Hub.
There are four locations of the restaurant scattered throughout Massachusetts — in Chelmsford, Waltham, Cohasset, and Tyngsborough — with another coming to Burlington next summer. They all feature sushi and Chinese food, and the Chelmsford location also serves a menu centered around the hibachi grill.
A representative of the proposed Cleveland Circle restaurant appeared at the Brighton-Allston Improvement Association last week to share plans for the space. Feng Shui will move into 1924 Beacon St., formerly a Citibank branch, and there are extensive renovations and new designs planned, per a Facebook post from one of the restaurants. Feng Shui will likely pursue a beer and wine license.
This stretch of Beacon Street has seen a number of changes to the restaurant lineup over the last year. The Real Deal closed down last December, and its former next door neighbor, Boloco, closed down last May after 18 years in business. Meanwhile, Amelia’s Taqueria moved into town, opening earlier this year.
• Cleveland Circle Could Get High-End Sushi and Hibachi Place [UH]
• Feng Shui [Official Site]