As if Miami can’t get more vibrant.
Le Club, the iconic nightclub in Caracas that has hosted the South American elite for almost 50 years, will be reimagined and renamed as El Club, a members-only club opening in Miami’s Design District later this winter. El Club will feature views of Miami, lavish décor and deep wood interiors to go along with a lounge, bar and food concept by the owners and restaurateurs of Juvia Miami Beach, Sushi Garage and Bonito St. Barth, Jonás and Alexandra Millán.
As a soon-to-be anchor in Miami’s Design District, El Club is expected to revamp the South American club with a menu designed by Executive Chefs Sunny Oh and Gregory Gourreau and bar and lounge from day to night.
Floor-to-ceiling windows complemented by an intimate, outdoor terrace overlooking Miami Beach will set the scene on the seventh floor of one of the neighborhood’s newest buildings.
“Le Club in Caracas has been a name synonymous with elegance, timelessness and a deep sense of memory,” said Jonás Millán, Co-owner and Founder of El Club. “El Club will be a home for those familiar with the club in South America and a new intimate space for jetsetters seeking a new member lifestyle.”
Designed by James Beard award-winning architect and interior designer Alejandro Barrios Carrero, the 15,000-square-foot El Club will pay a modern homage to the feeling and aesthetic of the original in South America.
The El Club experience will begin on the seventh floor where a private entrance will lead members to the main bar and lounge through a nostalgic voyage showcasing Le Club’s legacy to the future generations in Miami.