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Sushi-Rama is now in Denver Tech Center at Belleview Station
Sushi-Rama [official photo]

SUSHI-RAMA NEWS: RiNo’s popular automated sushi restaurant has expanded to the Tech Center with a new location at Belleview Station. Sushi-Rama opened last week at 4960 South Newport Street, Westword reports. The new south Denver digs are three times as big as the original, but the menu is more or less the same. Chef Jeff Osaka (see also Osaka Ramen and 12 at Madison) features small plates of tempura and skewers, sushi rolls, and nigiri. He’s also added a selection of bento to-go boxes, priced at $12 to $16. [WESTWORD]

STANLEY BEER HALL NEWS: After a month closed for renovation, Aurora’s marketplace has reopened its eponymous beer hall and restaurant with a notable new feature: self-serve taps. The system allows customers to pour their own beers from a selection of 25 drafts, 303 reports. It also features wine and cider on-tap, cocktails on-tap, a nitro coffee on-tap, and a kombucha on-tap. So customers at Stanley can now pour their own margaritas and strong beers and see what happens. [303]

WOODGRAIN BAGELS NEWS: Denver now has Montreal-smoked meats and Montreal-made bagels. The Know reports that a second location of Woodgrain Bagels is now open in Lowry (the first is in Boulder). Woodgrain’s bagels are boiled in honey water and then baked in a wood-fired oven. The new store is located at 7559 East Academy Boulevard. [DP]

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