The Miami New Times is reporting that the newly opened Brazilian sushi restaurant, Soho Bay, has temporarily closed due to construction in the area.
Anyone who has attempted to drive around Miami Beach lately knows the road construction has been rather deterring to say the least. The restaurant's general manager Max Heindl tells the New Times that, "right now, I don't even have a street. There's no access to the restaurant whatsoever because of the construction."
In the article he continues to go on that Heindl "emphatically" promises that the restaurant will re-open once construction is over in roughly "two months." In the meantime they are looking for a temporary space in order to give the restaurant's employees a paycheck. [Miami New Times]