Reader: Stop Telling People About Awesome Places — It Makes Them Too Crowded!

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Lauren Monitz recently visited Aurora's Sushi Katsu, which has an all-you-can-eat offer that had her swimming in fish. (There's a second Sushi Katsu with the same offer at 9555 East Arapahoe Road in Centennial.) The decor at the strip-mall locale is minimal, but the deal — $24.95 at dinner, and $14.95 at lunch — is incredible, she reports. But did sharing her discovery spoil a secret? Says Jay:

Darn. My favorite already crowded sushi restaurant is gonna get even busier now!

Adds Brittany: 

Stop telling people about awesome places, it makes them more crowded than they already are!

Have you visited either Sushi Katsu location? Can there ever be too much sushi?

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