June 2, 2023


Just Do Travel

Temakase sushi bar to open in Sagamore Hotel South Beach.

The new Temakase in Miami Beach specializes in omakase handrolls.

The new Temakase in Miami Beach specializes in omakase handrolls.

They just can’t quit us: Another New York restaurant is heading to Miami Beach.

And this one is bringing sushi.

Temakase, the popular omakase-style hand roll bar from Liron Michaeli and Anthony Shnayderman, is opening an intimate year-long pop-up inside the Sagamore Hotel South Beach. The menus will be the same as the menu in New York, which means diners can order a meal from a set menu or a la carte. If they’re brave (and smart), they can opt for ordering omakase style (chef’s choice).

Expect to find toro, spicy scallops, truffle blue crab, even a lobster roll — and checks somewhere in the vicinity of $45-$55 per person.

“Anthony and I are thrilled to be bringing Temakase to Miami after such a great response in New York,” Michaeli said in a press release. “The iconic Sagamore Hotel is the perfect place for us to pop-up and create an experience that’s about fresh ingredients and artful execution at an affordable price.”

The pop-up bar will have 12 seats and opens May 6.


Address: Sagamore Hotel, 1671 Collins Ave., Miami Beach

Opens: May 6

Hours: Noon-11 p.m. Tuesday-Sunday

Reservations: OpenTable

Connie Ogle loves wine, books and the Miami Heat. Please don’t make her eat a mango.