Sushi Erika is a small spot in North Bay Village and there’s usually a wait because it’s one of the best sushi places in Miami. All of the rolls and nigiri here are excellent, but make sure you listen out for any daily specials too because those are probably even better. You can eat alone at the counter or come with a small group and get some beers - just don’t come on Monday because it’s closed. Other than that, they’re open from noon to 6pm (5pm on Sunday), so add this place to your lunch list.
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Blue Ribbon is a solid sushi and fried chicken spot in South Beach good for a date or nice weekend dinner.
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Wabi Sabi By Shuji
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