uBreakiFix opens

uBreakiFix held a ribbon cutting, hosted by Farragut West Knox Chamber of Commerce, at its Turkey Creek location at 11133 Parkside Drive Tuesday, Sept. 26, On hand for the event were, second from left, Teresa O’Beirne, partner, with Colton Barnett, 2, Chance and Heather Barnett’s son; Chance Barnett, partner; June Hash, Chance Barnett’s mother; Chris O’Beirne, partner; Kim Barnett, Chance’s wife, with son, Camden Barnett, 4; Kevin O’Beirne (in back), and a host of Chamber members and Town of Farragut officials.
Farragut residents have a new place to have their electronics repaired.

An uBreakiFix franchise has opened a store at 11133 Parkside Drive in Turkey Creek. The store, locally owned and operated by Chance Barnett, Kevin O’Beirne, wife Teresa O’Beirne and son Chris O’Beirne, celebrated its opening, which was Aug. 29, with a ribbon-cutting ceremony hosted by Farragut West Knox Chamber of Commerce, Tuesday, Sept. 26.

“We’re excited to share the uBreakiFix experience with the Greater Knoxville area, and we’re confident that we’ll soon become the go-to destination for the community’s tech needs,” Kevin O’Beirne said. “We want our customers to know they are getting an exceptional repair, with quality parts, at a fair price.

“We’re grateful for the opportunity to partner with the industry leader to bring a much-needed service to our friends and neighbors here in Knox [County],” he added.

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Kasumi and Thai Café under new ownership, offering ‘everything from A to Z’

Tommy Nguyen, new owner of Kasumi and Thai Café, is open for business at 743 N. Campbell Station Road. Nguyen opened the restaurant with a focus on Japanese dishes such as sushi and hibachi grill. There also is a Thai menu.
Kasumi and Thai Café, 743 N. Campbell Station Road in Farragut, has re-opened under new ownership.

Tommy Nguyen re-opened the restaurant, adjacent to Taco Boy and HealthMarkets Insurance, Friday night, Oct. 6.

Kasumi and Thai Café specializes in sushi and hibachi grill. It has a full menu for sushi and a full-menu for hibachi grill.

“Everything from A to Z,” said Nguyen, who also owns three other restaurants.

For example, on the hibachi grill menu, customers can order anything from chicken to lobster and “everything in between,” he said.

Hibachi grill fans also can try the tilapia, steak, salmon, tuna, scallops or filet mignon entrees or kick it up a notch by combining two entrees — steak and shrimp, for example.

On the sushi menu, the restaurant carries such choices as crabstick, yellow tail, sashimi and nigiri sushi. There also is a choice of rolls and a Thai menu.

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