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Sozo Opens at Briarwood

Making hibachi an everyday food

From the May, 2017 issue

"The word 'hibachi' is really a made-up Americanized word," says Sean Green, co-owner of the new Sozo Japanese Grill in Briarwood. "The original [name] is teppanyaki, teppan meaning 'flattop' and yaki meaning 'cuisine.'" Though he and partner Sky Chen use the American term, Sozo--the Japanese word for "creation"--is something new. While Chen's three Ichiban restaurants feature theatrical table-side grillwork, Sozo adapts the cuisine to the "fast casual" model: you place your order at the counter, and a server brings it to your

 
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