Sake-Champagne Cocktails, Black Cod Croquettes and Miami River Views
It’s not like you need any convincing to have drinks at Zuma.
But just in case you do, there’s a new hidden bar inside. It’s called Oshinobi Bar, it’s open now and it’s exactly why you’ll want to round up a group and make your way there on any given Wednesday through Friday night. Check it out.
Once the staff has handpicked you out of the crowd, you’ll gain entrance via a small, black Oshinobi card with the word “shhh” printed across the front.
Then, you’ll be whisked away to an elevator, which will take you to the intimate outdoor space (it only fits about 20 people) one floor down. You can also rent the entire spot for a private soiree or for drinks before a dinner party.
Either way, it looks and feels like a lush tropical garden in there. A lush tropical garden overlooking the Miami River with plants peppered throughout. And a bar. The bar part’s key.
Start exploring its many wonders with a yuzu-sake and champagne Seishu 75. Another round will eventually lead to a seat on the garden-like furniture, which will eventually lead to dancing to the DJ, whose elevated booth overlooks the space.
As the night winds on and hunger inevitably sets in, feed it with spicy tuna hand rolls, black cod croquettes and a nightcap.