While South Beach suffers from no shortage of sushi spots, the Juvia team of Jonas and Alexandra Millán and Chef Partner Sunny Oh promise a “local driven true Japanese concept” at Sushi Garage, their newest 100-seat, 4,000 square-foot sushi spot that debuts today in Sunset Harbor.
“Building upon the success of Juvia, we have been looking to create a local driven true Japanese concept in a neighborhood environment. With Sushi Garage we hope to enhance the dining scene in Miami with our approachable concept,” says Jonas.
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“Sunset Harbour is at the epicenter of Miami’s evolution of dining and restaurants,” says Millan. “We’re trying to keep it simple and provide locals and smart tourists a casual restaurant in an exciting ‘environment.’”
Oh will oversee the kitchen which promises dishes such as Kampachi Yuzu – Cilantro Salt Tiradito; Chicken Shrimp Gyoza; Miso Maple Seabass; Sliced Tenderloin Teriyaki; and nigiris ranging from Truffle Shitake Nigiri to Hamachi Chili Tosazu.
Open seven days a week for dinner, Sushi Garage also “plans to incorporate a lifestyle retail component in the near future, allowing patrons to take away a piece of Sushi Garage with them.”
1784 West Ave., Miami Beach