London’s Sexy Fish restaurant opens in Miami, Florida

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This rendering shows the interior of Sexy Fish Miami, with its Frank Gehry fish installation above the bar.

Sexy Fish, meet the Sexy City.

The world famous seafood restaurant sexy fish london, by restaurateur Richard Caring and located in Berkeley Square, has announced plans for its first American restaurant in Miami.

Sexy Fish Miami is slated to open in the Brickell neighborhood this fall with many signature dishes from the place of origin, including Japanese-inspired seafood such as sushi and sashimi, as well as fish and meat. cooked on a Robata grill.

That means you can expect smoked tuna brisket, black cod, king crab and bone marrow as well as crispy mushrooms, duck salad, and even veggie sushi. But managing director Bjoern Weissgerber will also be adding new menu items.

Martin Brudnizki Design Studio, who also designed the London site, continues his quest for opulence. Caring has commissioned new artwork from Damien Hirst for the space, as well as a fish lamp installation by Frank Gehry that will hang from the ceiling, which will blend golden flourishes to an aquarium with live corals and fish. .

The bar at Sexy Fish London is home to the world’s largest collection of Japanese whiskey, and the Miami restaurant will continue this theme of luxury. Its destination bar will house the largest selection of Dom Pérignon in the United States. The wine list includes Opus One wines and an extensive cocktail menu. Expect late-night entertainment too, with live DJs and late-night food and drink options.

The New York Post reports that Caring is also looking for a Manhattan location for another sexy fish, maybe on the Upper East Side or in Billionaires’ Row.

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An interior rendering of Sexy Fish Miami, designed by Martin Brudnizki Design Studio.

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Or: 1001 S. Miami Ave

Opening: Fall 2021

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The Sexy Fish Miami menu will focus on Japanese-inspired seafood.

This story was originally published 23 June 2021 2:06 pm.

Connie Ogle loves wine, books and the Miami Heat. Please don’t make him eat mango.


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