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Sneak Peek: Mizu Aims For Mid-October Opening

The space is being transformed as we speak If all goes according to plan and there are no further delays, Mizu, a Japanese izakaya will open its doors in LoHi in mid-October. The team has worked hard on getting the space ready, refinishing the floor, redoing the ceiling, adding Japanese-inspired art pieces, and more to the prime space located at 1560 Boulder Street. The spot previously housed Cibo for ten months and Churchill's Public House for a short period of time before that.
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