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Sushi Sasa: Try Some of Denver’s Best Sushi

April 23, 2014 4:03 pm

Westword and the Rocky Mountain News named Sushi Sasa Denver's best sushi restaurant, and Zagat counted it among the nation's 1,500 best restaurants — and that was all within a year of opening. So what are you waiting for?

Yes, it's slick and pricey. But the service is outstanding, and the sushi, well… diners and the press almost run out of superlatives for it. The Diablo Roll (spicy tuna and avocado inside, seared tuna on top with ginger, spicy grated daikon radish, and sesame seeds, served with spicy ponzu) is a big hit, as is the Pink Lady (spicy scallop and asparagus tempura topped with yellowtail belly, avocado, and lemon slices). That's just a tiny preview of the care and invention on display at Sushi Sasa.

There's a huge wine, beer, sake, and cocktail list (not currently available on the website), and the happy hour offers great deals. Reservations are essential. Check Sushi Sasa's website for hours, menus, specials, and more information.

Sushi Sasa
2401 15th Street #80
Denver, CO 80202
(303) 433-7272

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Exercise Your Brain With These Websites

April 16, 2014 4:02 pm

Whether you’re in your sixties or your twenties, maintaining good brain function is important to all people. Your brain is stimulated at work or school, but you likely don’t work all parts of the brain in a given day. These fun and challenging online activities will help work out your mind and even track your progress along the way.

Brain Metrix
The Brain Metrix website works just like a gym for your brain, with different exercises to improve different areas. Memory games will help you with everyday tasks like remembering a person’s name, while reflex tests will help you to make fast decisions with ease. Brain Metrix also offers free games of Sudoku and an IQ test on top of their effective exercises.

AARP’s Brain Games
Designed specifically for senior citizens, the AARP’s database of brain teasers aims to help maintain necessary brain function. With a large selection of memory, problem solving, and language games, this site will work out every part of the brain. The games allow you to adjust the skill level based on your experience, and they also use bright colors and a large format that’s easy to see and to navigate.

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Happy Spring!

April 14, 2014 3:23 pm

The sun is shining and the flowers are starting to bloom. Wishing everyone a lovely Spring!

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