clock menu more-arrow no yes

Filed under:

Inside E11EVEN and Soon to Open Touche Restaurant


Come during the day - it's open 24/7 - and the 25,000 square foot space acts as a dayclub where guests can watch various sports games. At night, its multiple rooms and floors lend themselves to numerous purposes. Downstairs, on the left of the club, entertainers of the 99% naked variety twirl around on a round hydraulic stage with a removable pole and cirque-style dancers dangling from the high ceiling perform acrobatic feats. On the right, there's another pole with dancers and small curtained off couches where fully nude dances are available. And upstairs there are many rooms, ranging from $1,500 to $5,000 – an hour –, where guests can call up dancers and order drinks. All these details in mind, we'd call it a classy, enormous, cabaret-style strip club, into which - by the by - a reported $40 million were pumped. But whatever it actually is, E11EVEN, which is seriously decked out in iPads, Michael Meacham designed LED video walls, and a Funktion One resolution 6 sound system, is definitely something Miami hasn't seen before.

Maybe one of the most exciting aspects about Club Space's neighbor, though, is its rooftop restaurant, Touche Restaurant & Bar, which is Vegas chef Carla Pellegrino's first Miami eatery. Per the photos, the restaurant is still in the works. Plans are for Touche to open next month, but more on that soon.
· All Coverage of E11EVEN on Eater Miami [EMIA]
· All Coverage of Touche Restaurant & Bar [EMIA]
[All Photos courtesy of Silvia Ros]

Sign up for the newsletter Sign up for the Eater Miami newsletter

The freshest news from the local food world