Back in December we reported on the imminent opening of the Miami Supercar Rooms, an "aesthetically-fueled concept in luxury automotive excellence, epicurean hospitality and nightlife entertainment" in the city's hip Wynwood Arts District. Now the venue has announced its first guest chef, Rafael Perez Cambana of Wynwood’s popular GK Bistronomie, and is taking reservations for a $3,000, five course tasting menu for the initial month of service.
The three grand gets you one of six outdoor dining Pods which seats up to six people. Each Pod is home to an "illustrious supercar masterpiece" from the venue's collection, which includes a 1955 Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Gullwing, a 1958 Maserati 450 S, a 1961 Ferrari 196 SP racer, and a 1953 Lamborghini tractor, the only one of its kind in America and one of only three remaining in the world.
The cars and the concept belong to a very cool cat named Elo, a model turned car designer and collector who also owns the London Motor Museum. In Miami you'll also find ultra-rare vintage Ferrari and Maserati motorcycles as well as a 1971 Chevrolet C30 pickup truck that has been converted into a 40-foot bar adjacent to the venue's Auto Gallery – where, we imagine, this being Miami and all, there will always be a gaggle of beautiful babes.
Reservations for the Miami Supercar Rooms, which is featured in Maxim's Miami-themed May issue, can now be made at www.miamisupercarrooms.com. Booking a table automatically confers free basic membership in the venture, which operates as a sort of club. Eh, you'll figure it out when you get there.
Now if you'll excuse us, we have a dinner date with a DeLorean...