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Life after Blue C: Kid-friendly sushi places in and near Seattle



 

It was bad news for kids who love grabbing plates of sushi off of conveyor belts: Blue C Sushi abruptly shuttered its five Northwest locations in January. Don’t despair; there are still regional options for families who love the kaiten experience, especially if you head to the Eastside.

Grab a color-coded plate at:

 

Genki Sushi at Factoria Mall (3928 Factoria Square Mall S.E.) and Renton Village Shopping Center (365 South Grady Way, Suites B&C).

 

iSushi in Issaquah’s Pickering Square (1802 12th Ave. NW) and Renton (15221 Maple Valley Hwy.)

 

Marinepolis Sushi Land in Bellevue (138 107th Ave.), Lynnwood (18500 33rd Ave. W.), Redmond (8900 161st Ave. NE), and at Southcenter Mall in Tukwila (100 Andover Park W.)

 

Sushi Me in Bellevue (1299 156th Ave. NE)

 

Tengu Sushi in North Seattle (311 NE 103rd St.)

 

 

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