Midtown's most popular restaurant rages seven nights (and days) a week; and it's not hard to see why. The vibrant, super-sexy, high-design restaurant perfectly captures Miami's Latin vibe while serving eclectic Latin American tapas and modern Japanese delights from three separate kitchens (robata, raw bar, and hot kitchen). Miami's easy-on-the-eyes crowd often begins the Sugarcane experience in the al fresco lounge, engaging in a fabulous mix of standing, posing,
flirting, and sipping on delicious cocktails. Indoors, the trio of kitchens engineers some 60 small bites that include everything from ceviche to sushi to bacon-wrapped dates and grilled maple-glazed sweet potatoes. Sugarcane has its fair share of out-of-the-ordinary dishes (think: bbq spice pig's ear and oxtail paella) but it's the specialty sushi rolls—like the Night Crab Roll, filled with snow crab, shrimp tempura, and caper mustard—and the crudos—like the spicy local catch—that are most popular.