From the streets of Manhattan to the throne room of Buckingham Palace, jetsetters and locals alike are destined for a royal experience at the newly designed MI-VI club in Miami’s premier Gulfstream Park and Casino. Artfully designed by Miami nightlife legend Gerry Kelly, club enthusiasts will find a conglomerate of poise and sophistication entangled with the hip and trendy.
A salute to Britain’s House of Windsor and New York’s infamous Studio 54, MI-VI (pronounced MI-6) delivers 15,000 square feet of celebrity-studded parties four nights a week beginning on Kingdom Thursdays. Dancing in one of the four VIP rooms or sipping on a princely cocktail at your choice of seven bars, MI-VI offers an all night experience. With dinner reservations beginning at eight, revelers easily transition their night from a sophisticated feast prepared by Executive Chef Kasner Willis to a montage of Miami’s hottest beats by world-famous DJs. Under the reflection of lofty chandeliers and surrounded by 18th Century furniture, MI-VI mixes the Queen’s Court with Miami’s brightest stars. Kelly has created a self-proclaimed Evolution of Nightlife which can hold a realm of 1,500 dancers.
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.