1104 Lincoln Rd
Miami Beach
Lincoln Road/South Beach
(305) 695-8383
Doraku has all the lacquered wood, bamboo and lanterns you’ve come to expect from a sushi place, but with a slightly hipper vibe (there’s a DJ booth for instance).  And while it’s big enough to pack in plenty of girls-nights-out doing sake bombs, no one’s going to get lost in here.  The happy hour is well known on Lincoln Road (so expect some after work crowds letting loose from 5-7pm), and the sushi gets high marks among raw fish aficionados.  We usually start with about 10 or 15 Sapporo drafts ($3 before 7) and then ease into the dinner menu with some tako poke and spicy garlic prawns.  Impress the girls next you by asking the sushi chef to “surprise” you.

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Venue Tip: 

Get there for the 5-7 happy hour:  The drink specials range from $3-$4 which include a nice variety of specialty cocktails, well-drinks, sangria, and house wines. Did we mention $3 Sapporo drafts?

The Good: 
Great location, and their famous happy hour ensures there’s plenty of talkative girls around.
The Bad: 
Limited menu; this is, after all, a sushi spot. So if the Bachelor isn’t a fish person, you may want to head elsewhere. Plus there’s the occasional dose of South Beach douchebaggery in here owing to its location.
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Price: $$

Accepts Credit Cards: Yes

Signature Dish: Doraku Roll: lobster, shredded crab and cream cheese tempura fried topped with orange masago, black caviar and spicy aioli.

Attire: Casual

Needs Reservations:  Recommended

Alcohol:  Full Bar

Nearby: Check out The Standard for some fun, Roll through the Mondrian for some eye candy.