Popular Brazilian sushi concept Soho Bay has officially opened its doors to its first American outpost today right on the cusp of Miami Beach at 520 West Avenue.
This is the ninth Soho Bay location in the world, but the first one in the United States. The waterfront, 200-seat restaurant's kitchen is manned by Excutive Chef and Nobu alum Ricky Sauri. The menu is self-described as a, "sophisticated creative take on traditional Japanese cuisine." On it expect lots of sushi made with, "ingredients indigenous to Brazil," along with cooked dishes like buns filled with foie terrie and Waygu beef cheek curry.
If you want to add some extra oomph to your meal Soho Bay offers an assortment of tablside seasonings like grated wasabi root and pink salt for an extra charge. And of course no restaurant on Miami Beach would be complete without a bar, and this place is no exception. It features a 12-seat, back-lit molecular cocktail bar that uses house-made foams, gelatins and liquid nitrogen in many of its, "Avant-garde concoctions."
Soho Bay is open for dinner nightly beginning tonight from 6 p.m. until midnight. Brunch service is coming at a "later date." To make a reservation call 786-618-2788.