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Sushi Maki Restaurant Review: Sushi lounges --- restaurants that are part sushi bar, part alcohol bar/nightclub --- are now popular hangouts all over Miami. But back when the original Sushi Maki opened around the new millennium, young CEO Abe Ng's cool concept was unusual enough that his little place soon became The Sushi Joint That Ate Coral Gables. While this Miami International Airport branch is a real sit-down restaurant with a full bar, it's different than others in the chain in that it offers breakfast --- pancakes, eggs, croissants --- as well as lunch and dinner. At any hour, sushi is available pre-made from a carry-out counter, too, but we'd recommend sitting down for the fresh custom-made stuff. Since associating with Whole Foods, Ng's company has also become eco-conscious, so eat and drink guilt-free.