The sushi mini-amusement park for adults and kids alike that is Sushi Rama is growing and doing so rapidly. Ken Wolf, who co-owns the RiNo born concept with chef Jeff Osaka, is in the process of launching not one but three more locations of the popular business in the Denver Metro area.
"We signed a lease at Belleview Station and are looking to have that open by the first quarter of 2017," Wolf shared, adding that he is also expanding the concept with an outpost at in the Fitzsimmons area right across from the Anschutz Center and another one in Lone Tree, near the Charles Schwab office building. The lease on this last one is not finalized, but, bearing unforeseen circumstances, the second and third quarter of next year will each bring an additional Sushi Rama.
The Belleview Station one comes first. The 2600 square foot space, which will seat 84 people around the conveyor belt and an additional 10 at the bar, is joining several other food operations that are migrating south, including the already successful Los Chingones and Backcountry Delicatessen and the upcoming second locations of Corvus Coffee and Ambli. Two large apartment complexes, MileHouse and The Den, bringing over 300 units each, are also part of the Belleview Station development.
As Sushi Rama expands, all locations will be designed by LIVStudio and will share the same playful aesthetic of the original. Wolf is currently researching out-of-state possibilities to open in the 4th quarter of next year.