Sushi by Bou, a recent speakeasy-inspired omakase idea well-known for reinventing the standard omakase expertise, has lately opened a brand new location in West Palm Seashore. The comfortable omakase bar is nestled contained in the Vinyl Fish Membership, positioned at 340 West Clematis St., and might accommodate as much as 12 visitors at a time.
Simplevenue founders Michael Sinensky and Erika London work alongside Richie Romero, a widely known hospitality and nightlife professional who was lately appointed Accomplice and Chief Hospitality Officer. They plan to develop their enterprise and open at the least 12 new places in 2023, together with Palm Seashore County.
Simplevenue has a knack for remodeling underutilized areas in present venues into distinctive micro-restaurant ideas. Certainly one of its standout manufacturers, Sushi by Bou, has revolutionized the sushi counter expertise within the U.S. With a recent twist on the standard old-school sushi counter, Sushi by Bou provides an genuine glimpse into Japan’s vibrant meals tradition. The personalised culinary expertise is exclusive and provides to the immersive hustle and bustle of the ambiance.
When eating at Sushi by Bou’s bespoke speakeasy, visitors can anticipate a personalised expertise at every location. The West Palm Seashore location showcases a surprising array of pinks, greens, blues, and floral patterns impressed by Palm Seashore County. Friends will likely be handled to a timed Omakase expertise, the place Sushi by Bou’s expert cooks will curate a scrumptious menu and craft distinctive libations for every visitor.
Delicacies featured embrace:
- Hamachi (yellowtail)
- Botan Ebi (noticed prawn)
- Ikura (salmon roe)
- Hotate (scallop)
- O-Toro (fatty tuna)
- Unagi (bbq eel)
- SBB’s signature Wagyuni (‘surf and turf’)
Hand rolls and different sushi favorites using the freshest highest-quality fish sourced regionally and globally can be found upon request, together with extra a la carte specialties and seasonal mochi ice cream for dessert. The price is $60 for a 12-course omakase; $125 for a 17-course omakase.
Hours of operation are Tuesday via Sunday, from 5 p.m. to 12 a.m. Seating occasions are 5 p.m., 6:15 p.m., 7:30 p.m., 8:45 p.m., and 10 p.m. (and 11:15 p.m. on Friday and Saturday). Every seating is 60 minutes.
Photograph credit score: Gabriel Cuesta