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Bizline: Nozawa Sushi & Kitchen

DAILY NEWS STAFF REPORTSummit County, CO Colorado
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Q: What type of business do you operate – what do you sell, or what service do you provide?A: Open daily from 11:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. serving lunch, bento luncheon specials, sushi specials. Dinner menu is available all day. When you come to Nozawa, you will experience the high quality of wine, sake and beer. Our sushi chef brings in fresh fish, and daily kitchen cuisines are prepared with fresh herbs, spices, quality meat and seafood. Lunch bento orders are made to order.Q: Where are you from, and why did you decide to open your business in Summit County?A: Nozawa is the original sushi bar in Vail since 1970. It is now expanding to the location of the former Masato in Dillon Marketplace (next to City Market).

Q: What experience do you have in this field?A: I have many restaurants, which started in Washington state, then came over to Hawaii and then to Vail.Q: What sets your business apart from other similar businesses?

A: With affordable prices and great quality and quantity, you can have a sushi fix more often. Free delivery from open until close; takeout and reservations are welcome.Q: What types of customers do you hope to reach in Summit County?A: In Summit County, basically tourists in the winter, and locals in the summer, that’s how our menu and prices are set with discounts for locals in the summer. For our grand opening on July 1, a discount of 25 percent on sushi rolls, entrees, and a discount on alcohol will be offered through the end of the season.

Q: Why did you choose to open where you did?A: Dillon is a very growing community.Q: What are your plans for your company’s future?A: We want to be there for as long as we can – for 10, 20 30 years. We want to build up a clientele with the local people and make sure they are treated fairly and in a friendly manner. We want customers to know they can walk out of their door wanting a sushi treat and can come to us without breaking their pocketbook.


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