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Ten Sushi and Poke Ideas for National Sushi Day in Denver

Sunday, June 18 is National Sushi Day, so get out there and get your limit.EXPAND
Sunday, June 18 is National Sushi Day, so get out there and get your limit.
Danielle Lirette
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Tomorrow, June 18,  is National Sushi Day, so we thought we'd feed you a few ideas on where to eat some great fish and rice. To start your mouth watering, here are ten of our recent sushi stories, along with links to our original coverage. And because we know you can't get enough, we've also included Hawaiian poke in the roundup.

Sushi Cup's "sushi donut."
Sushi Cup's "sushi donut."
Lauren Monitz

First Look: Sushi Cup Brings Poke and Sushi to Governor's Park

The nigiri really lets you taste how fresh the fish is at Sushi Den.EXPAND
The nigiri really lets you taste how fresh the fish is at Sushi Den.
Kelsey Colt

Twenty-Something for Twenty-Somethings: Fishing for a Deal at Sushi Den

Corey Baker on Omakase, Monkfish Liver and Opening Sushi Ronin in LoHi

Sushi-Rama lets you pick your sushi from a conveyor belt.EXPAND
Sushi-Rama lets you pick your sushi from a conveyor belt.
Danielle Lirette

100 Favorite Dishes: Ocean Salad at Sushi-Rama

Kristofor Lofgren on Sustainable Seafood and Bringing Bamboo Sushi to Denver

QuickFish Poke Bar to Join Crowded LoHi Seafood Market

Turtle Boat combines traditional Hawaiian flavors with Colorado ingredients.EXPAND
Turtle Boat combines traditional Hawaiian flavors with Colorado ingredients.
Mark Antonation

Turtle Boat Brings Poke to South Broadway

Hawaiian Poke Goes From Food Trend to All-Out Seafood Invasion

Mizu specializes in grilled Japanese small plates but also does a great job with sushi.EXPAND
Mizu specializes in grilled Japanese small plates but also does a great job with sushi.
Mark Antonation

First Look: Mizu Izakaya Brings Japanese Drinking Food to LoHi

Corey Baker with a tool of his trade at Sushi Ronin, our Best Sushi Bar for 2017.
Corey Baker with a tool of his trade at Sushi Ronin, our Best Sushi Bar for 2017.
Danielle Lirette

Best Sushi Bar: 2017

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