HIGHLAND PARK — A former coin-laundry is being converted into an outlet for the fast growing WaBa Grill chain of teriyaki chicken-bowl restaurants.
Building permits have been issued to construct a WaBa Grill at 6316 N. Figueroa Street, which is a former coin laundry in the shopping center at the northeast corner of Figueroa and York Boulevard. The new restaurant would be located next to a Big 5 sporting goods store that opened last year. It’s not known when the new restaurant will open.
More than 100 WaBa restaurants have opened since the chain was founded a decade ago, according the company website.
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