Mizu, a Japanese sushi bar, lounge and restaurant, opening in LoHi
Lori Midson

Mizu, a Japanese sushi bar, lounge and restaurant, opening in LoHi

If you've been to Linger lately, then you've undoubtedly noticed the sprawling construction scene behind it exposing a multi-level structure that's sheeted in concrete and scaffolding. Come November, that building, a project from Sprung Construction, will be home to Mizu, a Japanese restaurant that's the vision of Hong Jian Lee, who also operates East Moon Asian Bistro & Sushi, in Westminster. According to Lee, Mizu will be a "contemporary Japanese restaurant with a full sushi bar and lounge that'll be open late" and boast a "young and hip atmosphere."

Flip the page for artist renderings of the two-level space that also trumpets a rooftop patio.

See also: TheBigWonderful, a culinary, no-waste food market with fifty vendors, will launch in July.

Mizu, a Japanese sushi bar, lounge and restaurant, opening in LoHi
Mizu, a Japanese sushi bar, lounge and restaurant, opening in LoHi
Mizu, a Japanese sushi bar, lounge and restaurant, opening in LoHi
Mizu, a Japanese sushi bar, lounge and restaurant, opening in LoHi
Mizu, a Japanese sushi bar, lounge and restaurant, opening in LoHi

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