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New Asian Restaurant Coming To The Edge District

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YORK-A new Asian restaurant appears to be headed to The Edge District in Greater Williamsburg.

York County confirmed on June 3 that two permits have been approved for signage at the new restaurant, a new carry-out hibachi establishment located near Casa Pearl on Merrimac Trail. The new restaurant is called Hibachi 2 Go!

Hibachi 2 Go! will occupy the space that was formerly Long John Silver’s at 735 Merrimac Trail.

Long John Silver’s, a chain fried seafood restaurant, operated for more than 40 years at that property in York County before closing in 2019.

Hibachi 2 Go! is one of two new restaurants that will open soon in Greater Williamsburg. Signs are now also up for the new 7 Mares Mexican restaurant on Richmond Road in the City of Williamsburg.

Opening dates for Hibachi 2 Go! and 7 Mares Mexican Restaurant have not been announced.

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