It sounds kind of Japanese and kind of Spanish and that is by design. Komotodo is not a sushi joint and it certainly isn't a burrito emporium. The casual eatery located at 1512 Larimer Street marries the two ideas into the thoroughly filling sushi burrito. This is basically a giant sushi roll, the size of a burrito; no tortillas or Mexican salsas included.
The name is a more Japanese looking version of "como todo," which means I eat everything. Owner Alonzo Martinez, who has no previous restaurant experience, was inspired to create this concept while traveling in Japan and eating, you guessed, a sushi roll reminiscent of a Chipotle burrito.
There are 14 sushi burritos offered, plus some salads and sides and a variety of non-alcoholic beverages.
On October 31, starting at 11 a.m., a grand opening celebration will be held featuring a DJ, Stubborn Soda samples, giveaways, cornhole games, massage chairs by Hand and Stone, and more. The first 125 guests at the door will receive free burrito gift cards. A lucky 25 of those guests will receive free sushi burritos for a whole year.
After the grand opening, Komotodo will be open starting at 11 a.m. seven days a week for lunch and dinner.