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Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Sushi Maki welcomed to the Grove with big party

Sushi Maki recently opened in Coconut Grove and they had a big community celebration to introduce themselves to the neighbors. It seemed as if it was the event of the season. Hundreds of Grovites came out to enjoy free samples, music and fun. Above is CEO and founder Abe Ng with his daughters, in front of a giant sushi roll created for the evening.


Miami Mayor Tomas Regalado and District 2 Commissioner Ken Russell were on hand to christen the new restaurant. 


They christened the place by cutting into the giant sushi roll with Bill Talbert, president of the Greater Miami Convention and Visitor's Bureau.

Lots of goodies were handed out to the crowd.




Sushi Maki is located at 2550 South Bayshore Drive, next to Starbucks and Monty's.

“We designed Sushi Maki Coconut Grove so customers could come in, eat and get back to their day,” Abe said. “Want somewhere to eat healthy and sit for a while? Camp out with us. The dining is as customizable as the food itself.”

The menu will feature many of the Sushi Maki favorites – Chicken n’ Waffle rolls, an array of sashimi, ramen, bubble tea and poke bowls – along with a few additions that will only be available in Coconut Grove for now. New are the Volcano Fries, with MSC certified kanikama salad, spicy mayo, eel sauce and seaweed strips. Also exclusive to the Grove will be a beef bowl, Tempura Oreos and a Mochi Ice Cream. Local food artisans will also be featured included Islamorada Chanel Marker  IPA and Juisence. 

“We do what’s best for our customers,” said Abe. “But the one thing that remains consistent at every location is the fresh, quality food and fun and friendly environment. That’s never changing.” 


Photos by Emma Del Rey

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1 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Looks like fun. How does one hear about these things before they take place instead of after the fact?

May 23, 2017 8:31 AM  

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