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If you’ve been anywhere near Alton Road or West Avenue on Miami Beach lately, you’re probably familiar with the never-ending construction on those roadways. The continuous street work has hurt businesses left and right; people are less likely to visit your business if they have to navigate through detours and other obstacles. One of the businesses affected by the construction: SOHO Bay. The Japanese-Brazilian eatery had to shut down temporarily because all roads leading to the restaurant were blocked off.
Fortunately for SOHO Bay, some of that construction has finally let up and it has since reopened. And fortunately for us diners, the restaurant hasn’t missed a beat.
SOHO Bay opens today at 520 West Avenue, welcoming patrons with its delicious Japanese fare and gorgeous design. The 200-seat restaurant hails from Brazil, and this location marks SOHO Bay’s first foray into the U.S. We were invited to check out the restaurant during a private opening party last week, and all we can say is this: Wow.