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Delilah Restaurant Turkey Trots Into Miami

Roaring ’20s-inspired supper club opens third location

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Delilah Miami, the latest outpost from the h.wood Group (Los Angeles), has opened in that city’s Brickell neighborhood. Marking the first East Coast opening in h.wood’s portfolio of more than 15 hospitality concepts in North America and the Middle East, Delilah Miami brings its modern-day supper club concept to south Florida.

“Delilah Miami embodies the decadence, glamour and sophistication of the Jazz Age to create a dining and entertainment experience unlike any other in the city today,” said John Terzian, co-founder of the h.wood Group. “While the original vision and unparalleled standards of service can be found at every Delilah, our long-awaited East Coast debut will have its own unmistakable Miami vibe.”

Fashioned to be a portal to the past seasoned with modern design sophistication, Delilah Miami is Terzian’s vision brought to life by Built Design. Awash in a palette of light pink, teal and gold, Delilah Miami blends the signature style of the Los Angeles and Las Vegas outposts while adding classic Miami flair, including intricate ceiling soffits with bright wallpapers; a rich, Turkish burl wood lobby; a grand stairwell entrance and luxury marble and stone throughout.

Signature Delilah caricatures by artist Blue Logan adorn the walls, menus and lamps and include local Miami legends. Lastly, unique to Delilah Miami is a custom stage that will be the focal point of the room each evening as it transitions into a lounge for bottle service, signature cocktails and live entertainment.

Delilah Miami sits on the waterfront at 301 Brickell Bay Drive at the newly developed Brickell Bay Boardwalk, with an outdoor terrace and 180-degree view along Biscayne Bay. As the only Brickell restaurant with its own boat slips, Delilah Miami’s guests can moor on-site.

The previous two Delilahs are in Los Angeles and Las Vegas, respectively.

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