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Sweet Octopus gets creative with different legs of Asian cuisine

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Sweet Octopus has been bustling with business since it opened in January due to its unique take on Thai street food and other Asian cuisine. The two-story restaurant sits on a street corner in mixed-use development Parsons Alley in Duluth. It is just steps away from the town green, festival center, town hall and Taylor Park.

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Sweet Octopus Asian Street Food Restaurant and Boba Bar Opens in Duluth

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Sweet Octopus, the Thai and Asian street food restaurant owned by Thai and Sushi EAV’s Paul Yuwachit, is finally open at Duluth’s Parsons Alley, according to a post on the restaurant’s Facebook page.

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Sweet Octopus now open for ramen, Thai food, bubble tea and more in Duluth

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If you love Asian food, there’s a new one-stop shop for you in Duluth. Multi-concept project Sweet Octopus opened today in mixed-use development Parsons Alley. In addition to Thai food from Yuwachit, the first floor will also offer poke bowls and burritos from Poke Burri and ramen from Lifting Noodles, both concepts owned by Seven Chan and Ken Yu.

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Thai and Sushi EAV Owner To Open Sweet Octopus in Parsons Alley

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The quick-service “fast flavor Asian” eatery will be situated in a 3,000-square-foot, two-story building in the Parsons Alley development, at 3559 W Lawrenceville Street. “I wanted to open this concept in a community where I could make an impact and bring two worlds together,” Yuwachit in a telephone interview told What Now Atlanta Monday.

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