Colorado March 15, 2016
These 11 Sushi Restaurants In Colorado Will Make Your Taste Buds Explode
Do you have a hankering for a good old fashioned California Roll? Or is your taste in sushi a bit more adventurous? Either way, Colorado is home to many incredible sushi restaurants, including:
We’re aware that these uncertain times are limiting many aspects of life. While we continue to feature destinations that make our state wonderful, please take proper precautions or add them to your bucket list to see at a later date. If you know of a local business that could use some extra support during these times, please nominate them here:
1. Go Fish Sushi (Denver)
Do you think you're going to find better Hawaiian, California, Spiderman, or Chili Rolls anywhere else? Go Fish! (See what I did there?)
2. Lil's Sushi Bar & Grill (Crested Butte)
Happy Hour isn't only about cheap drinks at Lil's. You can score the famous House Roll (or several others) for $10 or less. (Happy Hour takes place every night from 5:30-6:30.)
3. Kohnami Sushi (Colorado Springs)
Don't let its unsuspecting strip mall location fool you... Kohnami is actually home to some of the freshest, most flavorful sushi in Southern Colorado.
4. No Coast Sushi (Fruita)
No coast? No problem at this "sushi paradise!"
5. JAWS sushi (Fort Collins)
Let's just say there's a reason for JAWS's popularity amongst local college students. (Hint: It's the prices, location and taste.)
6. Momo Japanese Restaurant (Canon City)
"Not just fish," but other delicious Japanese meals as well. (It's perfect if you have a Negative Nancy in your life who refuses to try sushi. Don't worry; we all know one!)
7. Sushitarian (Durango)
Sushitarian: The perfect name for the perfect restaurant. (Pictured is the aptly named Heavenly Roll.)
8. Sushi Win (Evergreen)
If sushi is an art, the masters at Sushi Win are the van Gogh of the entire industry. I mean, are you seeing this masterpiece?
9. Mountain Flying Fish (Breckenridge)
The chef at this Breckenridge favorite was actually trained in Japan under master chefs. One bite and you'll taste the difference.
10. Sushi Kaiten (Longmont)
Here's a new concept of dining. According to
Sushi Kaiten's website
, "Kaiten (Conveyor Belt) is a style of Japanese Restaurant where the plates of food are on a conveyor belt that moves past tables and counter seats. Customers may simply choose a prepared plate from the belt, or order from the wait staff. The final bill is based on the number and type of plates used."
11. Sushi Bar (Winter Park)
After a long day on the slopes, there is nothing quite as satisfying as a cup of hot sake and a plate of your favorite rolls.
Where do you go to get your sushi fix?