Good things come in small packages, although they become troublesome when you can't fit more than 2.5 people inside said packages to eat ceviche. That's why Brickell hole-in-the-wall SuViche's opening a much larger space next to Yardbird, where it'll stuff you with its tasty seafood from a triple-the-size, studio-esque open space. Ceviches employ whitefish, shrimp, and scallops coated in Japanese and lime-heavy Peruvian sauces in concoctions like the Chifa (sweet & sour fusion, teriyaki, ginger, avocado, wontons), and aji amarillo topped with unpopped corn kernels (they're huge in Peru!) and drenched in a housemade spicy paste, also a delicacy enjoyed by kindergartners with more adventurous palates. Also delicious: the Saltado, which coats chicken, steak, or seafood in their signature soy sauce-based lomo sauce, as well as 20+ sushi rolls including the Samba (crispy shrimp, avocado, cucumber, tuna, whitefish, creme de aji amarillo, cilantro sauce), and a baked job with real crab salad, avocado, tuna, salmon, and masago, known as the TNT, making it the first and perhaps only sushi roll on which you can watch Rizzoli & Isles. To help you make it through Rizzoli & Isles, they're packing a few sakes, some Japanese and some extremely not-Japanese brews, plus by-the-glass and bottled vino, all of which're half-off on Thursdays, proving good things also come in small prices.