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A Live Music Joint from the Oolite Guy

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Yep, it’s your new South Beach go-to for live tunes, live art and live... jackfruit-margarita drinking, opening tonight.

It’s about time the beach expanded its live music repertoire. Especially with a joint that’s been built by a guy who helped design Studio 54 and local storied spots like Groove Jet.

In fact, what this place looks like is an artist’s loft. One who happens to have a stage draped in blue velvet, a bunch of cool musician friends and a well-stocked bar. Naturally.

Now, you’ve got two entrance options: if you’re grabbing dinner at Oolite, follow the sounds of jazz to the door on your right. After midnight, use the Pennsylvania Avenue doors. In any case, that’s where the bar’s situated. So grab a jackfruit margarita and one of Kris Wessel’s infamous white-cheddar-and-bacon grilled cheese sandwiches while you’re there.

Then, it’s on to a canvas table near the stage for some music. Oh, and that charcoal nearby—that’s for you. Feel free to decorate your table with it as you see fit. In fact, best design gets their masterpiece hung up on the wall.

Hell of an upgrade from Mom’s refrigerator.


1661 Pennsylvania Ave
Miami Beach, FL, 33139


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