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Sushi Ronin gives its guests a seamless indoor/outdoor space, perfect for Colorado’s weather, plus an attractive dining area and bar/lounge. With an omakase forward menu, Sushi Ronin also offers a curated sake and spirits list to complement the menu.

Executive chef and partner Corey Baker – “The concept of Sushi Ronin is rooted in traditional sushi preparation, and this will be juxtaposed with an esoteric-traditional menu to create an intimate, yet energetic environment.”.

Chef Corey Baker, a veteran of Denver’s most esteemed sushi spots, and his crew serve up fresh fish and more
unusual marinated dishes along with a roster of small plates that guide guests away from typical breaded cutlets and sweet glazes.
Westword / 2016

Corey Baker was hardly a household name when he made his rather-abrupt January debut, opening this
LoHi sushi bar just after the New Year. But his star is rising fast — and deservedly.
Zagat / 2015

Whatever you decide when you stop by the LoHi hot spot, you’ll find yourself rewarded with gorgeous fish
arranged like precious jewels. Count on Sushi Ronin becoming your new staple.
5280 / 2015

It doesn’t take long to see that LoHi’s Sushi Ronin is a special place. Using the best quality fish,
chef Corey Baker crafts creative combinations of sushi and more. Omakase is the way to go here.
Eater / 2015

Never fails to amaze us with his impeccably sourced fish, exquisitely plated and festooned
with modernist flourishes like whisper-thin, diaphanous Japanese tree leaves.
Denver Life / 2014