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The iconic oceanfront Fairmont Miramar Hotel just launched a new sushi pop-up named Soko. What is a “sushi pop-up,” exactly? Apparently, it’s an intimate, walk-in-only restaurant located on the side of the hotel. There are only eight seats available, and the operation is run by a Hokkaido-born chef who serves $5 nigiri (cuts include tuna, blue kanpachi, horse mackerel, red snapper, o-toro, and chu-toro) as well as rolls and small appetizers, like edamame or wakame-studded tofu.