Benihana, a leading owner and operator of Japanese teppanyaki and sushi restaurants, will open its doors in Addison, a Dallas suburb tomorrow, August 26. Guests will watch as their personal chef slices and dices, preparing a meal that will dazzle their eyes and taste buds. Benihana celebrated the grand opening with a private event attended by Mayor Joe Chow, members of the city council, Metrocrest Chamber of Commerce and the fine residents of Addison and greater Dallas.

“For 58 years, Benihana has remained committed to our promise of creating great guest memories and we are excited to become part of the Addison community,” says Tom Baldwin, Chief Executive Officer and President of Benihana. “The Dallas area has been a special place for Benihana for over 46 years with our Banner Drive, Plano and Las Colinas restaurants, and we are delighted to expand our presence within the greater metroplex with our new Addison Benihana restaurant.”

The new Benihana restaurant will seat 242 guests in a fun, contemporary Japanese setting featuring 23 teppanyaki tables, an expansive sushi lounge and energetic bar, along with dedicated space to support off-premise business. Guests can also dine with friends and family or enjoy their hibachi favorites at home by ordering online at Benihana or through your favorite delivery partner.

“We’re thrilled to carry on the Benihana tradition and serve our local community,” says Mark Allen, General Manager of our new Addison restaurant. “At Benihana, it’s not just a meal. It’s a one-of-a-kind experience that our guests love and remember. Our mission is to connect with each of our guests and help create lifelong memories with families and friends.

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