Sushi Moon’s grand opening is today, Friday June 1, 2007. This make the official tally of 9 sushi places in the Denver Tech Center (DTC) area!

Sushi Moon is located behind CB Potts off of Arapahoe Road west of I-25.  They also have a unique selection of Entrees including Lamb Chops, Duck Breast, Ahi Tuna Steak, Seabass and more. Please let us know how you liked Sushi Moon or other restaurants in the DTC go to  

Click here for contact / location info for Sushi Moon


Oscar’s is less than 2 weeks new. Located in the middle of the Denver Tech Center, they specialize is steaks, ribs and seafood. I went there this evening and had the Kansas City style ribs and tried the New York steak. They are still working out some of the operational kinks but it didn’t detract from the evening. It was a little on the pricey side and our food was OK – to good. They had a few homemade touches such as five unique steak sauces and coleslaw. I do wish they had darker beer on tap.

Recommendation: You should give it a try! The Denver Tech Center needs another steak place and this could be it.

Located on Arapahoe Road just west of I-25.  For this and other restaurants in the Denver Tech Center go to the DenverTrek directory.

Looking for seafood in the Denver Tech Center? We went to McCormick & Schmick’s Seafood last weekend. Definitely a place for great seafood. They claim they fly their catch to Denver twice a day (like someone will ask for the freight manifests) but the fare is always tasty and fresh. It’s a higher end establishment that will impress. Great for business dinners.  

Two other seafood restaurants worth mentioning. We like the Mesquite House on Arapahoe Road. It’s intimate, (10 or so tables?) quiet and family run. The other is the Fresh Fish Company. While not “technically” in the Denver Tech Center, the food is worth pushing the boundaries. Just north of the DTC on E. Hampden Ave. the restaurant is busy, large, caters to families but don’t let that worry you. It lives up to its name – they serve Fresh Fish!!  Click here for a listing of seafood restaurants in the DTC

The Denver Technology Center has a variety of restaurants. Just to whet your appetite here are the various categories of restaurants in the DTC.

American – Transcontinental,  Asian, Bars / Pubs, BBQ, CajunCuisine of India, Greek, Irish, ItalianJapanese, Korean, Mexican, Middle Eastern, Mongolian, Pacific Rim, Salad Places, Seafood, Southwestern, Sports Bars , Steak,  Sushi, Thai and Vietnamese.

 Click here for a directory of restaurants in the Denver Tech Center

Got kids? Try these places out in the Denver Tech Center

TGI Friday’s at Yosemite and County Line – Mondays 4- 10 PM kids eat free off the children’s menu when with an adult. (one kid meal per adult)

Lone Star Steak House at Quebec and470. Tuesdays Two kids eat free off the children’s menu with the purchase of a dinner entree.

Heidi’s Brooklyn Deli – Yosemite and County Line. After 3 PM everyday – kids eat free when accompanied with an adult.

IHOP – Chester Ave south of Arapahoe Road. Everyday from 3 – 11 PM, kids eat free when accompanied with an adult.

Cold Stone Creamery County Line and Yosemite (near Home Depot). Tuesday nights – buy one get one free for students.

Deals subject to change at any time so call ahead to verify 02/02/07

Slainte / OPA!  O’Shea’s is a new local restaurant with a split personality! An interesting fusion of Irish Pub and Greek Restaurant. O’Shea’s has Guinness and Boddingtons on tap (among others), it has Gyros – it’s got everything I like! We went to visit the place around 10 PM last Saturday night. We found an intimate group of people (mostly 20 somethings) enjoying the comfortable atmosphere. Located in the NE section of the Denver Tech Center in Greenwood Village at the corner of Belleview and Yosemite – a mile or so, east of I-25.

Note: This location used to be “Bourbon Street Pizza”.

For a listing of Irish Pubs / Restaurants in the Denver Tech Center area. Click here.

By my count, there are at eight Sushi restaurants in the Denver Tech Center. Each one has its own certain ambiance. My favorite is Sushi Terrace. It’s an unassuming little place in the extreme south east outreaches of the DTC area at County Line Road and Holly. It’s quiet, it’s NOT a place to “be seen”, but it certainly has the best Sushi around.

Go to the DenverTrek directory to look up all eight Sushi restaurants. 

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