A hip, casual eatery bringing the best of Kush and Spillover (the site's previous incarnation) all under one roof. Think: local seafood, oysters, local brews and imaginative cocktails. Like the original Kush, the Coconut Grove outpost's interior references pop-culture alongside items from owner Matthew Kuscher's personal collection of vintage memorabilia with newly commissioned art pieces, including a mural by artist Camilo Rojas that adorns the dining room wall.
The menu contains Kush classics - comforting dishes (Hobo Frito Pie and a farm-style chicken sandwich etc.) that Kush is known for along with Spillover favorites like the grouper Reuben and snapper scraps and plentry of vegan options - washed down with craft cocktails.
Scratch-made fare, gourmet burgers & craft brews
Farm-style chicken sandwich and hobo Frito pie; snapper scraps; chili burger with Jack cheese and white onion and a black bean burger with sour cream and guacamole and a vegan "crab cake" sandwich with arugula, avocado, tortilla strips, and salsa.
'Purple Drank', Ford's gin and Giffard crème de violette served in a Capri Sun bag and the '120K' inspired by the banana-taped-to-a-wall art installation from last year's Art Basel made with rum, Giffard banane du Brésil, Coco López, and pineapple juice poured into a rocks glass along with a miniature replica of the artwork.