Today, we’d like to direct your attention to Miami Supercar Rooms, which is quite possibly the first automobile art gallery with a full-fledged bar and dinner scene in the country. It’s open as of today in Wynwood, and here’s what it looks like.
Here now: a breakdown of the essentials…
It’s a car art gallery by day. In a generously sized lot in Wynwood that’s been stocked with some pretty sexy rides. A 1929 Rolls-Royce Bootch. A Ferrari motorcycle. A 1953 Lamborghini… tractor. See? Sexy.
You’ll want to sit a spell. Meet Elo. He’s the guy behind this place. He also founded the London Motor Museum. And he knows the histories of every vehicle, some of which involve sibling rivalries and kidnapping. Cars are pretty serious.
Dinner will be served in “pods.” Which are basically these outdoor aluminum rooms containing tables for six and vehicles from Elo’s collection. And every month you’ll find a different local chef lending their skills to your plate.
Naturally, there’s a bar. And it’s a 40-foot aluminum number built into a Ford COE C600 custom tractor-trailer.
A membership will be involved. You’ll find a few different levels—black, silver and white. And you’ll need one to find your way in.
Leaving a trail of breadcrumbs probably won’t work.