Best sushi in America: 2 spots in South Florida make the list


Once upon a time, sushi was hard to find. Now, you can find it everywhere — even your local grocery store. That fact makes looking for good, quality, almost too-beautiful-to-eat sushi really, really hard.

You know the kind that you can't stand to finish because you don't want the goodness to end?

And with so many options to choose from, and honestly, probably not a lot of money to waste on a bad experience, Thrillist is trying to alleviate some of the stress that comes from picking a sushi spot with its list of Best Sushi Restaurants in America.

A ton of transcendent sushi options in New York and California are listed but also some in our neck of the woods: Thanks, Miami. Two to be exact. And keep scrolling for of Reader’s Choice Poll for sushi in Palm Beach County.

Toni's Sushi Bar ($$$) is the OG of sushi spots in Miami. Their classic combinations are addicting and have been around for 30 years. Expect over-the-top orders like whole-tail lobster tempura ($24). Lots of reviewers say it's not as expensive as it should be based on consistency, service and quality of food. 

Toni's Sushi Bar: 1208 Washington Ave, Miami Beach; 305-673-9368Facebook Page 


Dashi ($$$) is located at the River Yacht Club in the Brickell area. It has been closed since taking extreme damage after Hurricane Irma, but according to their Facebook page, they plan to reopen. Why wouldn’t they reopen better than when they closed, right? Keep your eye on updates. When you go, expect Instagram-worthy presentations of sashimi and the delicious smoked trout sushi.

Dashi: 401 SW 3rd Avenue Miami, MiamiFacebook page 

»While you’re in Miami: 7 things to do on Miami Beach beyond beaches and clubs

»Check out the view: 2 rooftop bars in Miami named Best in America


But what about Palm Beach County? There’s got to be great sushi without the traffic and parking nightmare that is Miami-Dade. 

»Want sushi but staying local? Yu Mi Sushi in PBG is small but worth the wait 

»Sushi as art: This creative Thai-Sushi restaurant debuted in Delray earlier this year 

So now thanks are due to OpenTable, Yelp and Zagat for collecting diners’ reviews and even sending their own reviewers out to find the best of the best. 

It's voting time!


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