Love cars? Love food? Have you heard about Miami Supercar Rooms?
Combining high-end and iconic cars with fine dining, Miami Supercar Rooms offers guests one of the city’s best car museums and one of the most unique and luxurious dining options in Miami’s art district, Wynwood.
Members can make reservations for up to six people where they will dine in a intimate cabana-like pod that includes plenty of space for the group alongside one of the collection’s one-of-a-kind high-end cars.
Each month a different chef from some of Miami’s most popular restaurants will design a specially crafted menu of drinks and gourmet food. Some of the past menu items have included tuna tartar, Peruvian-style ceviche, and a main course of grilled snapper. In addition to delicious food, there’s a full-bar that stays open late serving up cocktails, wine and beer.
Just as important as the food are the museum’s and restaurant’s collection of cars, which is in the neighborhood of 24 cars — and it is fierce. Among the“most desirable cars” are 1955 SL 300 Mercedes Gullwing, 1982 Lamborghini Countach, 1967 Ford, Mustang Shelby GT500 and the 2007 Shelby Supercar Ultimate Aero TT — which collectively add up to $20 million.
Opened during Art Basel 2015, Miami Supercar Rooms is owned and operated by former model and fashion designer and long-time car enthusiast, Elo. Elo’s first car museum, London Motor Museum, opened in 2001 and has been very successful and opened the doors to a project like this.
The Miami Supercar Rooms Experience is unique for its members. Miami Supercar Rooms combines a purpose-built indoor “Auto Art” Gallery, housing some of the world’s rarest vehicles, with a one-of-a-kind gourmet dining experience.
Those who reserve the dining experience automatically receive a complimentary honorary membership with year-round member privileges. For more information on reservations, the menu and collection, visit miamisupercarrooms.com.