Raw fish, like snowballs, must be rolled with care before being thrown at a school superintendent for refusing to call a snow day. Enjoy well-crafted, conveniently projectile edibles with today's Groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of Japanese cuisine at Bara Sushi and Grill in Greenwood Village.
Bara Sushi and Grill’s skilled chefs transform seafood delivered fresh every morning into a menu of artistically plated sushi fare. Like witches casting a voodoo spell over the entire U.N., sushi rolls stir together a variety of international ingredients. Circular slices of jalapeño button up the Flaming roll's traditional yellowtail and seared-tuna fillings ($12), and a crunchy sweet-potato topping dots the surface of the Belleview roll, stuffed with mango, eel, and shrimp tempura ($12). Nigiri and sashimi options free fresh fish from cylindrical confinement, and yakitori and stir-fried entrees sizzle atop the kitchen’s grills. Vegetarian diners can skip ahead to a meat-free chapter of the menu, which lists the likes of an asparagus roll ($4) and a veggie-egg roll ($5) without giving away the meal’s cliffhanger ending.
Bara Sushi and Grill
Each morning as the sun blossoms in the sky, chilled containers of fresh seafood arrive at Bara Sushi and Grill, causing chefs to smile in anticipation of the day’s creations. Lobster tail, salmon, and shrimp share space with unique sidekicks such as potato crunch, goat cheese, and mango in sushi rolls with names including The Big Lebowksi, Red Dragon, and Crouching Tiger. During midday hours, diners can ditch peanut-butter sandwiches for customizable lunchboxes, which can be filled with selections such as teriyaki chicken, veggie tempura, hall passes that never expire, and spicy tuna rolls.