Nikki Beach - Nightlife & discos Miami - Top ten night clubs Miami Beach
What the Playboy Mansion is to L.A., the Nikki Beach Club is to South Beach. This place is the product of local nightlife royalty Tommy Pooch and Eric Omores. Half-naked ladies and men actually venture into the daylight on Sundays (around 4pm, which is ungodly in this town) to see, be seen, and, at times, be obscene. At night, it's very Brady-Bunch-goes-to-Hawaii-seeming, with a sexy tiki hut/Polynesian theme style, albeit rated R. The Sunday-afternoon beach party is almost legendary and worth a glimpse -- that is, if you can get in. This is not your equal-opportunity beach club. Egos are easily shattered, as surly doormen are known to reject those who don't drive up in a Ferrari. Also located within this bastion of hedonism is the super-hot Pearl, a mod-ish, 380-seat, orange-hued restaurant and lounge that features a Continental menu created by Nikki chef Brian Rutherford. But you'd do better to forget the food and go for the eye candy.
Located in 1 Ocean Drive - Nikki Beach's Sunday afternoon beach Partys are almost as infamous as South Beach nightlife itself. Here, you'll find dedicated nightlife “impresarios”, models, playboys and jet setters worshipping the nightlife during the day. This sexy Saint Tropez-style club is where South Beach's most beautiful people gather. Nikki Beach has quickly gained reputation as a heavenly paradise on earth. The open-air atmosphere, retro '80s music, deep house tunes and delicious dishes may be why this is one of the most publicized destinations in South Florida.
The restaurant is open for lunch 7 days a week, and the nightclub's largest days are Friday, Saturday, and Sunday which begins with brunch and evolves into Indio Loco as day turns to night, complete with a beautiful crowd, international DJ's and the finest performers.
Nikki Beach Miami
Address: 1 Ocean Drive, Miami FL
Type: Lounge/Bar - Nightclub - Restaurant