Where to Eat in Miami Right Now
The gist: Miami’s most over-the-top omakase experience, all set around a circular sushi counter in a hidden space behind Koa Poke.
The food: There are omakase dinners—and there’s dinner at Nosa, which kicks things off with a password-protected hidden door down a South Beach alley, and continues with cocktails in a small, film-filled speakeasy. The main event goes down around a semi-circular sushi counter, where hungry guests watch an expert chef slice his way through 16 courses complete with smoke, sparks, and liquid nitrogen. Nossa’s food is fantastic, but the show is what makes it worth the price.
Cost: 16-course omakase $295 per person