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Photos: Sushi Harbor gets in the swim

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Sushi Harbor, on East Eighth Avenue just past Colorado Boulevard -- right by one of the Trader Joe's locations set to open on February 14 -- is the latest Japanese restaurant to join the Denver dining scene. After taking a look when construction started last fall, Westword photographer Marissa Shevins recently returned to offer this look at the newly opened restaurant.

Keep reading to see the new Sushi Harbor.

See also: Photos: Former Future Brewing opens tomorrow on South Broadway

Keep reading for more photos of Sushi Harbor as it looked last fall. '


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