Tiny Giant Sushi Has Opened in Milepost Zero

The "non-traditional" sushi concept features a focused menu of nigiri, sashimi, hand rolls and more.
Tiny Giant Sushi Has Opened in Milepost Zero
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Tiny Giant Sushi has opened in McGregor Square‘s new food hall, Milepost Zero, in Downtown Denver. Behind the “non-traditional” sushi concept is Denver restaurateur Troy Guard, owner of Denver-based TAG Restaurant Group.

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In addition to a number of nigiri, sashimi, cut rolls and hand rolls, Tiny Sushi offers an omakase, or “chef’s choice” section, with the options to go “Tiny”, “Little” or “Giant.” Included in the omakase selections are California rolls, the “TAG Angry Roll” with spicy tuna and the “Colorado Roll” with smoked trout, along with various nigiri, sashimi and sides. On the list of appetizers is “Charlie Guard Poke,” named after Troy’s dad. Diners can also chose three or four ingredients to build their own hand rolls or cut rolls.

Tiny Giant Sushi is the second TAG concept to open at Milepost Zero. The first is Little Chingones, a scaled-down version of Guard’s Mexican concept Los Chingones. Milepost Zero opened in McGregor Square on July 1, where it houses nine standalone restaurant concepts in addition to a central bar and an outdoor LED screen.

Helen Floersh

Helen Floersh is a writer based in Los Angeles. She previously was a staff reporter at the San Fernando Valley Business Journal, where she covered retail, hospitality, health care and biotechnology.
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