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Victory Park Adds Sushi and A Wine Bar to Its Parade of Forthcoming Restaurants

Imoto and Burgundy Swine will join a number of new eateries planned for the area When Victory Park debuts its major revamp next year, an Asian eatery called Imoto and a wine bar called Burgundy Swine will join the ranks of new restaurants planned for the area. Tracy Rathbun of Lovers Seafood & Market and Shinsei will open Imoto, which will serve a “Pan-Asian” menu of sushi, shared plates, sake, and more.
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