This stylish cocktail bar in the residential complex X Miami basement is worth the hunt. The diminutive softly lit Downtown mainstay, helmed by bartender Will Thompson and chef Carey Hynes (Momofuku, Per Se), provides a distinct variety of small batches and artisanal spirits in an unpretentious, minimalist-modern environment. Though the chef’s talents (and complete evening menu) have been transferred to Jaguar Sun’s pop-up Sunny’s Steakhouse in Little River, there is still a selection of savoury aperitivo-style snacks to enjoy your flawlessly balanced and consistently alcoholic drinks. While co-owners Will Thompson and chef Carey Hynes spend the winter running Jaguar Sun’s Little River branch Sunny’s at Lot 6, they’ve left their beloved Downtown eatery to Juan Garrido. Gilda, a pop-up by the Bocadillos Aita owner, will be offering Basque pintxos alongside the bar’s trademark drinks for a short time at Jaguar Sun. Bikini sandwiches and Spanish nibbles are on the menu, along with classics like the fino martini and the Green Ghoul. Jaguar Sun is open only four days a week. On Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays, it is closed. This venue is available Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 5 pm and 1 am. Jaguar Sun takes reservations, so if you need a slot booked at the bar, feel free to contact the venue page. There are many vegetarian options available for the patrons regarding food at this venue. We would describe Jaguar Sun as classy with a moderate level of noise. It is a great place to have dinner as well. You can choose to dress casually as well. Jaguar Sun provides only street parking, so if you visit this bar, find a parking place accordingly. They have impeccable waiter service. Patrons have shared that the best nights at Jaguar Sun are on Fridays and Saturdays. They have Happy Hour Specials with a full bar, allowing dogs inside.