Hot Tuna

Dance Attack

Hot Tuna Opens in South Beach

Clearly what this city has been missing is a sushi restaurant with live dancers on the bar.

Here to address this gaping void: Hot Tuna, not-so-quietly accepting walk-ins starting tonight.

Combining two timeless crowd-pleasers, dinner and theater, this new Washington Ave spot is Nobu meets Coyote Ugly (in the best possible way).

Allow us to set the scene: You settle into one of the high-backed red and black booths with bordello-like lampshades, or grab a seat at the black granite bar for a night of sashimi and sake feasting. About halfway into your meal (or every hour and a half), the two-way screen that separates the bar and the dining room comes alive with an animated film of Samurai drummers announcing something truly awesome. The screen then retracts, revealing a catwalk-like stage where dancers clad in multi-colored kimonos regale you with a rock-and-roll music video come to life (the canon includes "Shook Me All Night Long" and other masterworks). The bartendresses join in as well, creating a leg-kicking spectacle that lasts three minutes...but just might stay with you for a lifetime.

When it's all over, you're free to return your attention to dishes like filet mignon served on a hibachi grill, and white miso sea bass with shimeji mushrooms.

Because the food is really why you're here.


Hot Tuna
764 Washington Ave
(between 7th and 8th)
South Beach
Miami, FL, 33139

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