2325 Collins Avenue at Gansevoort South
Miami Beach, FL 33139
Under the blade of the guillotine, Louis XIV lost his head along with the crown-jewels of France in the flash of a light. Miami got them back! Under the glimmer of tantalizing pink and silver chandeliers, Louis serves as the pinnacle of South Florida's most elite nightclubs. Notably the "hardest club to get into," only South Beach's most elegant and well-known will be permitted to enter the palace gates through The Gansevoort Hotel's manicured velvet ropes.
Under the pretense of a moveable marketing campaign, real estate mogul and Apprentice star Katrina Campins uses her former employer's advice to seismically shakeup the industry she reigns over at only 25 years old. In Miami, real estate and namesake mean the difference between being affluent or simply average. Campins certainly has mastered both creative talents by maintaining a fierce network of awe-inspired developers and contractors while eminating charm and charisma which characterize the now-famous Campins surname. Under the direction of Apprenctice producer and development tycoon Donald Trump, Campins graces the nightlife of Miami not to enjoy pricey cocktails at such aristocratic destinations as the Gansevoort South, but to procure prospective clients and woo young executives with her Fifth Avenue designer garments and flashy jeweled accessories.
Restaurateur Brad Friedlander successfully lifted New York’s Meatpacking District atmosphere and gave it a twist of Miami to attract steak enthusiasts from across the nation. In a dimly lit, tucked away nook in Miami’s South Beach tourist district, Red The Steakhouse proudly serves Certified Angus Prime Steak, carefully prepared by master chef Peter Vauthy alongside a selection of over 700 hand-picked wines from the finest growing regions in the world. In this upscale, elegant setting, guests enjoy daily celebrity sightings as well as exploring the complexities of taste and tradition which has made famous the widely popular steakhouse.
The spirit of old-town Europe meets the luxury and modernity of Midtown Miami in South Florida’s unique cheese-lover’s paradise. The Cheese Course, located in the heart of the Design District and adjacent to Miami’s most notable neighborhoods, offers a rich experience of shopping, wining and dining as well as punctuating the craftsmanship and the art of generations of cheese-making. Boasting a selection of handcrafted fromage from world-renowned dairy farms such as Jasper Hill and Rogue Creamery, The Cheese Course invites guests to enjoy free samples of Brie Couronne and rich Gouda while waiting for local cheese masters to prepare one of the many selections of reasonably priced lunch or dinner trays.
The lively music and simple ambiance is drawing an ever-growing crowd at Miami’s newly opened miniBAR in the heart of the Design District. Paralleling the vibe of the neighborhood,miniBAR targets those in search of “good foods, different beers and fine wines,” according to restaurant staff. Still in its infancy, the restaurant and bar attracts patrons who seek an atmosphere of “peace and love,” apropos to the eclectic feel of the poppin’ nightlife in Midtown Miami. Favorite fares include world famous sliders as well non-traditional pasta and pizza.
Whether it’s a night spent strolling along Biscayne Bay or a high-profile evening in one of Miami’s hottest night clubs, Christian Louboutin’s collection of diverse women’s shoes create the perfect attaché to the evening’s most elegant or simple outfit. Gracing Miami’s renowned Design District, Paris meets the beach with an array of modern four inch masterpieces and low-rise casuals crafted specifically for the woman who knows style and class. The walls are decorated with an ornate selection of handmade designer footwear ranging from oceanfront flats to ballroom red heels with Miami particularly in mind.
Located at 901 S. Federal Highway in Hallandale, guests will arrive to ample complimentary self-parking located at Biscayne Blvd. at 213th St.
The opening night for guests will be Saturday January 28, 2010 and it is suggested to arrive early or to make dinner reservations at (954) 457-6463.