New spot for No Coast: Sushi restaurant opens second location in Fruita
WHAT: No Coast Sushi Fruita
WHEN: Tuesday through Thursday, 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Friday and Saturday, 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.
WHERE: 229 E. Aspen Ave., Fruita
Sushi lovers in Fruita no longer need to drive. No Coast Sushi Fruita recently opened for business downtown.
“The only time we’ll be open on a Sunday is for festivals, like Fat Tire Festival,” No Coast spokeswoman Vanessa Gross said.
Owned and managed by Chris and Lisa Boyd, the same family running No Coast Sushi in Grand Junction (1119 N. First St.), Fruita’s location can be found directly between Domino’s and Copper Club Brewing Company (229 E. Aspen Ave.).
“Christopher and I both have a passion for great food, family and living a purposeful life; we both love to teach and help others develop their skills and sense of belonging,” No Coast co-owner/manager Lisa Boyd said. “No Coast crew is our family, and we are blessed to extend our family to Fruita. We know that both our Grand Junction and Fruita crews will prosper and help continue to build up our whole community. We are very thankful and humbled by the continued support of our valley.”
According to Gross, the menu offerings at the Fruita location are slightly different than Grand Junction’s location.
For instance, the bar in Fruita serves Colorado beers, wines and sake, while the Grand Junction location has a full bar. There will also be some food differentiations to set the two locations apart, like variations in rice and noodles. Plus, Fruita’s location will operate for lunch and dinner, while No Coast in Grand Junction serves dinner only.
“We have gluten-free soy sauce at both locations,” Gross said. “If you have allergies, just let us know.”
Pricing is moderate, she added, with meals generally costing between $8-14 per serving.
Call 970-639-8271 to make a reservation at No Coast Sushi Fruita.
Visit http://www.nocoastsushi.com for more information about No Coast in Fruita and Grand Junction. Or search for both locations on Facebook.
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