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Restaurants, American Midtown
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4 out of 5 stars
(1user review)
 (Photograph: Courtesy Kush/Hernan Corredor)
Photograph: Courtesy Kush/Hernan CorredorKush
 (Photograph: Courtesy Kush/Hernan Corredor)
Photograph: Courtesy Kush/Hernan CorredorKush

Owner Matt Kuscher describes his second brew-centric concept (he and his wife Priscilla also own LoKal Burger & Beer in Coconut Grove) as a great bar with equally great food. Judging by the extensive reserve list and in-house cellar used to store and age special varieties—like the Cantillon Lou Pepe Framboise—the former is certainly true. Securing a table on weekends is nearly impossible, but you’ll welcome the wait since Botanica, the dimly lit adjacent bar, is reserved for customers killing time before being seated.


Venue name: Kush
Address: 2003 N Miami Ave

Cross street: between NE 20th and NW 21st Sts
Opening hours: Sun–Tue noon–11pm; Wed–Thu noon–midnight; Fri–Sat noon–1am
Transport: Bus 6, 9
Price: $$
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Average User Rating

4 / 5

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Kush is probably my least favorite of the Kush-owned bunch (the other two being LoKal and The Spillover). It's cramped, always busy and most of the menu is available at LoKal, which is steps from where I live, so why bother? That's not to say this place is not without its merits, like the amazing hobo frito pie. It's the same chili served at LoKal only it's made 100 times better because it's piled on top of a bag of Frito chips and covered in cheese and other things. For this, I'll make the lines, sit elbow-to-elbow with someone and drive rather than walk to dinner.