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SuViche: Now Open in Wynwood (Photos)

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Last Friday, SuViche's third outpost opened in Wynwood. And in Miami, the pisco bar is the first of its kind.

Short Order sampled some new drinks and menu items. Check out the pictures after the jump.

See also: SuViche to Open in Wynwood on November 15

First, a little background: Pisco is a colorless Peruvian brandy made from muscat grapes. But it isn't served only sour. There are plenty of other ways to drink it. For example, try SuViche's lemongrass pisco drink, made with ginger ale, lemon, and bitters.

The spicy tuna causa is paired with an avocado emulsion instead of sliced avocado like in Brickell and SoBe.

The smoked rococo ceviche combines shrimp, calamari, and octopus with a smoked leche de tigre and rococo sauce. It's served with crispy onions and sweet potato purée.

The Eye Dr. Roll features shrimp tempura, avocado, cream cheese, crisp carrots, eel sauce, spicy mayo, and shredded nori.

Lomo saltado is a Peruvian classic. Pair it with a chicha maracuya -- a drink made with purple corn and pisco. Or you can go for a lemongrass macerado. (Also with pisco.)

For a sweet ending to the night, try the suspiro de limena. It's dulce de leche with pisco merengue and cinnamon.

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