In Their Business

Posted 6/25/18

La Sandia to close after 10 years After 10 years, La Sandia Mexican Kitchen and Tequila Bar in The Vistas at Park Meadows will close July 11. “It has been an incredible journey,” owner Richard …

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La Sandia to close after 10 years

After 10 years, La Sandia Mexican Kitchen and Tequila Bar in The Vistas at Park Meadows will close July 11.

“It has been an incredible journey,” owner Richard Sandoval said in a news release. “We are extremely grateful to all our employees, the Park Meadows mall and the wonderful people of Lone Tree for their loyal support throughout the years.”

Sandoval created the La Sandia menu to show the casual, more comforting side of Mexican cuisine. The restaurant will feature numerous specials until its final closing date, including $15 bottomless brunch cocktails and $2 Tacos Tuesdays.

“We want everyone to come in and enjoy their favorite meals and cocktails one last time,” Sandoval said in the release. “For those who can’t make it in before the closing, a Sandia Cantina in Northfield Stapleton remains open and continues to serve a similar menu to the Park Meadows location.”

Sushi Rama rolls into Lone Tree

Sushi-Rama, the conveyor-belt sushi concept from Denver restaurateur Chef Jeff Osaka, opens its new location July 9 in Lone Tree. The Denver-born sushi joint serves up nigiri, sushi and Japanese fare in a fun, colorful and visually engaging setting.

Based on the sushi style of “kaiten,” which means “sushi-go-round” in Japanese, the unique dining experience allows for guests to enjoy quick service while sampling different types of sushi and nigiri from the extensive selection of fish flown in daily.

Guests can expect everything from classic rolls like California and spicy tuna to one-of-a-kind creations like the C.L.T. (soft shell crab tempura, avocado, Bibb lettuce, tomato, black pepper and roasted garlic mayo) or the Pumpkin Dragon (Japanese pumpkin tempura, marinated kelp and topped with an avocado and honey glaze).

Sushi-Rama also features Japanese cuisine that guests can order from the kitchen. Selections include Spicy Rock Shrimp (rock shrimp tempura with spicy garlic aioli) and Chicken Katsu (fried chicken thigh, green onion, nori and Nom-Nom sauce). Japanese twists on classics like the Tokyo 75 with Beefeater gin, yuzu, and sparkling sake round out the cocktail program.

Sushi-Rama is at 10012 Common St. Learn more at sushi-rama.com.

Master Magnetics moves to new site

With its recent move to a 99,000-square-foot building in Castle Rock, Master Magnetics Inc. has set the foundation to support its anticipated growth while keeping the business in the town where it all started in 1976.

Master Magnetic has grown into a leading source for magnets and magnetic products in North America for commercial, industrial and consumer use. It started in a 4,000-square-foot space with one primary product — the magnetic tool holder. The company now stocks more than 20 million products. Before the move, Master Magnetics had operations in seven buildings across two counties.

The company’s new headquarters is at 1211 Atchison Court, Castle Rock.

“Customer service has always been our primary concern, and combining all of our Colorado production, warehousing and shipping operations in one location will allow us to maintain our high level of service as we grow,” Jennifer Brown, chief operating officer, said in a news release.

Family owned for more than 40 years, Master Magnetics recently transitioned into an employee-owned business, the news release said. The company has more than 85 team members.

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