Even confirmed carnivores could be won over by the magic wrought here with mushrooms, rice, all manner of veggies, and a kind of textured soy called gardein (in sliders, I couldn’t tell it wasn’t hamburger, and prepared in lemony piccata sauce over mashed potatoes and sautéed spinach, it’s a dead ringer for chicken). The stuff’s amazingly good, and the kitchen does wonders with it. Cocktails such as the “pomtini” are also inventive and tasty, and I’d go back just for the soy-milk Key lime cheesecake. The ambience is cool and contemporary, with uplighted areas, skylights, and picture windows with water coursing down. Owned by the president of the Animal Rights Foundation of Florida, Sublime contributes all of its profits to animal welfare.