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Blind Tiger

Blind Tiger is a small sushi bar concealed inside Aventura’s Reunion Ktchn Bar. They offer a $150 omakase along with an a la carte menu. It’s not traditional Japanese food. What you eat here has more of a Miami style. Your meal may start with oysters topped with a passion fruit foam, progress to an ora king salmon nigiri with miso and bottarga, and finish with matcha flan in a puddle of shoyu-infused caramel. They also have a handful of Japanese gins, including Awayuki, which tastes like strawberry Pocky (get it with a splash of seltzer). Reservations are required.

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