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LunaSol Nightclub: Miami’s Ultimate Rooftop Sanctuary Prepares for Summer Opening

Goat Hospitality Group's latest marvel occupies the space formerly known as Club 50.

The latest addition to the Goat Hospitality Group, LunaSol at 485 Brickell Ave., has been unveiled as Miami’s premier rooftop hotspot. The rooftop restaurant and lounge seamlessly combine the enchantment of Mayan history with the vibrancy of modern nightlife. After undergoing an eight-figure facelift, LunaSol is all set to debut in the summer of 2024 and promises to set the standard of culinary excellence and cultural immersion amidst the pulsating heart of Brickell.

“Prepare to embark on a transcendent journey through time and taste,” says Derek Gonzalez, the visionary founder of Goat Hospitality Group. “With LunaSol, we endeavor to unveil the captivating tapestry of Mayan heritage, infusing every moment with the allure of ancient mystique and modern sophistication.”

LunaSol draws inspiration from the hidden cenotes of the Yucatan Peninsula and invites visitors to experience a journey through lush greenery and natural symphonies as they ascend to its vast 11,000-square-foot indoor/outdoor oasis. Upon arrival, guests will discover ten thoughtfully curated zones, each representing a different aspect of Mayan mythology and enhanced with immersive activations that transform with the changing rhythm of the day and night.

During the sun-kissed hours, LunaSol becomes a resort-style oasis with an exclusive pool featuring private cabanas and daybeds. Amidst the rhythmic beats of world-class DJs, guests can enjoy poolside delights and signature cocktails while immersing themselves in the stunning Miami skyline.

During twilight hours, LunaSol initiates its culinary journey, led by Executive Chef Abelardo Vargas. The menu blends traditional elements and innovative techniques, honoring the vast range of Mayan flavors. Patrons can delight in various mouth-watering dishes, each a flavor-filled masterpiece that echoes the complexity of Mayan gastronomy.

As the sun sets and casts a golden glow upon LunaSol’s 360-degree panoramic views, visitors are welcomed to embark on an extraordinary nocturnal odyssey. The rooftop lounge at LunaSol, illuminated by the city’s luminescence, beckons partygoers to savor a luxurious selection of premium spirits and rare champagnes. The night climaxes with performances from the world’s leading DJs, guaranteeing that every night at LunaSol is a memorable part of Miami’s nightlife story.

The aesthetic of LunaSol pays tribute to Mayan architecture and art, and it was crafted in partnership with renowned design luminaries Lorena Alvarez of Tan-Tán Studio, Min Peniche of Arkham Projects, and architect Christian Magaldi of Magaldi Studio. The design features intricate geometric patterns and towering columns, forming a sacred space where history and modernity blend seamlessly. This creates an otherworldly embrace for guests who step into the space.

“At LunaSol, design isn’t just an aesthetic—it’s an experience,” asserts Gonzalez. “Every element, from the ethereal lighting to the mythic motifs, converges to weave a narrative that transcends time and transports guests to the heart of Mayan civilization.”

LunaSol’s drink menu strives to provide luxurious offerings and a celebratory vibe, which sets it apart from other establishments in Miami. The menu draws inspiration from the vibrant energy of St. Tropez and the charisma of Tulum, featuring an extensive selection of three-liter Jeroboam and six-liter Methuselah champagne bottles, suitable for any occasion and celebration. The menu emphasizes the essence of extravagance, and LunaSol offers a wide range of premium mezcal and tequila options, allowing patrons to embark on a sensory journey through the flavors of Mexico. Whether it’s an intimate gathering or a grand festivity, LunaSol’s drink menu promises to elevate every moment with sophistication and flair, ensuring an unforgettable experience unmatched by any other establishment in the Magic City.

The transformative journey of LunaSol owes much to the contributions of veteran Goat executives Michael Crucet and Stanfford Knight. Their innovative leadership in Miami’s buzzing hospitality scene played an instrumental role in crafting an unparalleled experience for the guests and curating a bottle menu that has earned a reputation for excellence.

For more details, visit LunaSolBrickell.com.

Photos Courtesy of Goat Hospitality Group 

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