Red Phone Booth, a true 1920’s Prohibition Experience, will open in the Brickell neighborhood of Miami, the fifth location of the lounge in the U.S.
Red Phone Booth features a turn-of-the-century cocktail selection and exclusive cigar program. Red Phone Booth will feature an interior reminiscent of a clandestine hideaway.
While the exclusive lounge will be open to the public, part of the prohibition experience is that guests will need a secret phone number from a member, local hotel or restaurant to dial into the restored London antique red phone booth to gain entry.
The venue will showcase exquisite design elements, including vintage-inspired décor, plush seating, and dimly lit surroundings, creating an atmosphere that exudes timeless elegance. The venue will feature 100-year-old reclaimed brick walls from a textile mill, a honey onyx bar, intimate fireplaces, custom Italian leather couches, and hand-painted ceiling with back lighting by artist Christian Waggoner (Star Wars / Lucas Arts) as well as his art throughout the venue.
Located on the second level, the Mafia Room is available to rent for private events and has its own private bar, pool table, poker table and three flat screen TVs.
The new location joins the original in downtown Atlanta, along with places in the Buckhead area of Atlanta, Nashville, and Dallas.
“We love the Miami area and we felt that the Brickell neighborhood was ideal for our first Florida location and franchise operation of Red Phone Booth,” Stephen de Haan, founder of Red Phone Booth Hospitality, said in a press release. “Brickell has an incredible mix of residential, shopping, dining and nightlife that makes this ideal location for adults looking for a unique Prohibition experience where they can enjoy award-winning cocktails while focusing on conversation among friends and colleagues.”