Soho Bay, the Japanese-inspired restaurant at 520 West Ave. in Miami Beach, will reopen Oct. 27 after being closed several weeks due to road construction by its entrance.
Soho, a concept born in Brazil, opened its first U.S. outpost in South Beach in April to mixed reviews. It temporarily closed in August as construction along West Avenue hampered guests’ ability to get to the restaurant.
The Oct. 27 reopening includes some new, fall-inspired dishes from chef Ricky Sauri, including lobster with wasabi-and-lime ice cream, and pork kakuni with bok choy and miso butter.
Upon reopening, Soho Bay will serve dinner from 6 p.m. Tuesday-Sunday.
Evan S. Benn is Miami Herald food editor: @EvanBenn