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Snappy Sushi Bows Out of Back Bay

The 15-year-old restaurant has closed

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Snappy Sushi’s Boston lobster roll
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A Back Bay restaurant known for its variety of Japanese dishes and its outdoor patio has closed its doors: Snappy Sushi (108 Newbury St., Boston) has officially closed after 15 years in business. The restaurant, which first opened in the early 2000s, previously operated a second location in Somerville’s Davis Square, which evolved into the ramen-focused Snappy Ramen and later transitioned to a new storefront on the other side of Davis Square with a new name, Snappy Kitchen, still focusing on ramen.

Snappy Sushi served a range of Japanese dishes, including maki rolls, ramen, donburi bowls, and steamed buns. The restaurant also offered regular lunch specials and served alcohol. A reason for the closure was not given.

Despite Snappy Sushi’s departure from the neighborhood, Back Bay still boasts a wide array of Japanese restaurants, including Yamato II, Uni, Love Art Sushi over by Berklee, and others.

Snappy Sushi’s Davis Square counterpart remains open.

Snappy Sushi in Boston’s Back Bay Has Closed [BRT]

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