As of April 2014, the marvelous sushi master Shiro isn't at Shiro's anymore—he sold his interest in the business to partners, including one from the less-than-amazing local I Love Sushi chain. Word on the street is that Shiro's, unsurprisingly, isn't as good anymore, but there's hope for fans: Shiro is looking for a space to open a new place—"a real, real nice traditional Japanese sushi restaurant," he says. "We need one more good one." TRUTH.
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