This Hidden Miami Restaurant With 'Free-Floating' Bonsai Trees Will Transport You To Tokyo
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There's an incredible place hidden in the Magic City that will make you feel like you're in another country. Back Door Monkey is a Japanese restaurant with enchanting art and decor to discover. This hidden spot serves up Asian fusion cuisine including some of the best.
There's never a dull moment at Back Door Monkey, where you'll feel like you're traveling abroad. Not only will you enjoy delicious dishes, but also a dramatic ambiance. It's easily one of the most fun places to.
The eatery was inspired by war and features powerful quotes like "Friendly, But Not Your Friend" to set the tone of the restaurant. You'll get a feel for "danger," mystery, and intrigue.
The restaurant is chock full of captivating decorations that are like something out of a movie. Neon is the name of the game here, giving you major big city vibes while you eat beneath the glowing lights.
A scandalous sign on the wall reads: "Eat Sushi Like It's The Last P---y On Earth" in massive letters. Sneak a peek below!
Most amazing of all are the "floating" bonsai trees by artist Juan Luis Acevedo. These beautiful pieces of art hang in front of a mirror, giving the impression of an Japanese forest.
This transfixing decor will whisk you away to Tokyo while you enjoy decadent sushi rolls. Consider it a staycation.
The delectable maki menu includes tantalizing options like Spicy Tuna, Avocado-Yuzi, and Hamachi Serrano. You can with a of Prawn Lo Mein Noodles.
Be sure to sip on A Pear of Drunken Monkeys and Sweep The Leg cocktails.
Put Back Door Monkey on your bucket list and head to this special spot before summer ends. You can travel to Japan and back without ever leaving Miami.
Back Door Monkey
Address: 2328 N Miami Ave Miami, FL
Why You Need To Go: This unconventional eatery serves up unbeatable sushi with a side of ambiance.