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How to Spend an Unforgettable Evening at Sugar?

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I recently wrote about the best rooftops in Miami.

So I focused on making a guide for all of you who have never been to these amazing high-ground spots where you can enjoy in the amazing view of this beautiful city.

One of those places I mentioned is Brickel. A great place to be, as I described it “a mix of busy office life and the chill Miami style“.

And at the top of this financial hub is a spot where you can tear off that stress caused by deadlines and meetings.

This is not just a statement, I went there to confirm this. Now I will share my experience.

The rooftop bar’s relaxed, tropical vibe, surrounded by greenery, gave the impression of a luxurious garden floating above the city. Welcoming staff smiles and the vibrant atmosphere immediately signaled that this was no ordinary venue. This is my first impression of the moment when I got there.

Now, Let’s Check the Food

I got prepared to try different food. Not that I was really preparing in any way, I was just hungry. So, it was the best time for me to test a whole course of meals.

I started with the Cold Dishes, picking the Tuna Tartare. It had crispy rice and a just-right spicy Thai chili. The flavors were fresh.

Then, I had the Lobster Crispy Rice. It was spicy lobster on crunchy rice – so good. The mix of spicy and sweet was just right.

For Hot Dishes, I chose the Chilean Seabass. It looked amazing. It was buttery and fell apart easily. The chili crisp on top was crunchy.

I also tried the Brisket Bao Buns. The brisket was soft, and the gochujang glaze was sweet and spicy. The pickled veggies added a tangy taste.

Their Signature Rolls were also part of this course. It was great. It had shrimp tempura, avocado, and seared salmon with eel sauce and spicy mayo. A creamy, crunchy, spicy, and sweet, just as it should be.

I ended with Sweets. I chose the Bananas Foster Cake. It had caramelized banana and fluffy cake. Each bite had a warm banana and ice cream. It was a great way to end the meal.

The whole selection was actually a recommendation of the waiter.

And I saw they have Wagyu New York strip, a reason to come here again and check it out.

I’m Always for Cocktails

I started with the Silent Tickle, a blend of pineapple-infused tequila, citrus, and a touch of almond. It was the perfect mix of sweet and sour. And also, the right choice while enjoying the Tuna Tartare.

Then I had the Wicked Heaven, which was vodka with ginger, pomegranate, and soda. It was refreshing and had a nice ginger kick. I love the spices since they combine well with the ones in Seabass.

I also enjoyed the Low Squeeze, a non-alcoholic cocktail with pineapple, coconut, and citrus. A refreshing option that goes perfectly with the cake I had at the same time.

Each drink was unique. The bartenders at Sugar were experts at combining flavors.

So, I wasn’t so much into drinking. Just tested a couple of them. And those of you interested in a stronger cocktail should try the Directors Cut.

The Vibe and View

Sugar Rooftop bar Miami view

The view from up high is stunning. You can see Miami’s lights and the ocean at night.

A gentle breeze complements the vibrant yet relaxed atmosphere.

The place has a cool look with lots of plants and soft lighting that makes you feel right at home. The music’s good for setting the vibe without drowning out your chat.

But really, it’s the sunset that does it – those amazing colors that warm up the whole place.

Throw in some really good food and drinks, and you’ve got yourself a night to remember. If you are into stunning views, feel free to check our guide.

Final Thoughts

Leaving Sugar, I knew I’d just had a real Miami experience. The amazing views, great food, and unique drinks made the night unforgettable. It was the perfect place to chill out and have a good time.

If you’re thinking of going to Sugar, here’s what I suggest:

  • Try to get there around sunset. The view is something you don’t want to miss.
  • Don’t skip the Signature Rolls. They’re a highlight.
  • Ask the bartender for cocktail recommendations. They can guide you based on your tastes.
  • Make a reservation. It gets busy, especially on weekends.


For the last decade, I’ve been all about telling great stories online, stories that grab people’s attention and mean something. Right now, I’m working at No3 Social, a cool spot for rooftop dining. It’s my job to put into words the amazing experience of eating way up there, so everyone can get excited about trying it out. I’m always on the lookout for what’s fresh and interesting. At No3 Social, I use what I find to highlight the best of the rooftop scene. Whether it’s the newest hot spot or a classic favorite with a twist, I’m here to tell stories that do more than just give you information - they get you pumped to go out and enjoy what the city has up in the air.