Red Ginger will take the former Sonoda's space at Sixth and Broadway

Red Ginger, offering "Asian Fusion Cuisine," plans to open soon at 550 Broadway, in the spot formerly occupied by Sonoda's, a seafood and sushi place that closed in July. It will join Chipotle and Noodles & Co. in the eatery-dominated plaza.

See also:
- Pizzeria Locale opening in Denver in the former Il Vicino space on Broadway
- Sonoda's closes on Broadway

The restaurant, serving everything from tempura to spring rolls, and sushi to teriyaki, is located next to the former Il Vicino's, which also closed last summer. But that space is set to become the highly-anticipated Denver incarnation of Boulder's Pizzeria Locale.

Red Ginger will be open Mondays through Thursdays, 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.; Fridays and Saturdays, 11 a.m. to 10:30 p.m.; and Sundays, 11 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.

Meanwhile, the original Sonoda's is still open downtown, at 1624 Market Street.

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Red Ginger

550 Broadway, Denver, CO

Category: Restaurant

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Oh god no.  These poor stupid people who think they can make fusion work. It's a disaster waiting to happen and when Pizzeria Locale opens, it will be like an anvil flattening Wile E. Coyote.  


@DenverDoughboy You're mistaking the people they're aiming at.  This isn't a neighborhood restaurant, or a fine dining  joint.  It's just  a place for the local lunch crowd from Denver Health to have someplace besides the hospital cafeteria to go to for 30 minutes.  Look it as a different version of the Firebowl franchise.


Ok, if that's the case, then there's already too much overlap with Noodles & Co. and the Indian fast-casual place in the same strip mall.  I'm guessing that Red Ginger is being opened by the same Chinese couple that has started a couple of other Ginger "asian bistros" in Cherry Creek and Wash Park.  It's really just crappy Chinese take-out food with pad thai, sushi and alcohol on their menu.   Didn't Sonoda's already prove that that kind of restaurant doesn't work there?

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@DenverDoughboy I totes agree with you about Sonoda--overpriced, not very good sushi and I hope the new place can get a handle on Pad Thai.

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