24 Jan Sushi Den’s Omakase: A Romantic Dining Experience for Valentine’s Day in Denver
This Valentine’s Day, upgrade the clichéd candle-lit dinner, heart-shaped box and floral bouquets at Sushi Den with an intimate Omakase (“Chef’s Choice”) dinner, named as one of the top nine exceptional Omakase menus in the United States by the national online food community, Eater. Sushi Den’s Omakase, available Friday and Saturday nights, is not only a way to avoid the holiday rush but is also a sensory-filled experience showing your other half that love is more than a dinner reservation.
Behind the hanging noren fabric curtain in an exclusive room called “Denchu,” guests will enjoy six courses specially created by master chef Toshi Kizaki including premier sushi and sashimi from a wide variety of freshly caught raw fish directly shipped from the renowned Nagahama Fish Market in the southwest tip of Japan. Changed seasonally, the menu is created by Kizaki the evening of the special dinner using traditional Japanese techniques, family recipes and the finest ingredients from the day’s shipments.
For those looking to celebrate on the night of Valentine’s Day, visit Izakaya Den located next door for pre-dinner cocktails and small bites. Collecting numerous design accolades in 2015, including the coveted Mayor’s Design Award of Denver, Izakaya Den is the ideal place to set the mood and make the night extra special.
1487 South Pearl St,
Denver, CO, 80210
Price is $120.00 per person. To make a reservation, visit: http://bit.ly/2d0dzwc