Elo, founder of Miami Supercar Rooms
Miami Supercar Living – a newly launched lifestyle brand of fuel-injected luxury – unveiled the company’s inaugural concept in “road art” and epicurean hospitality during Art Basel last night, among leading members of the press and South Florida’s most influential tastemakers.
Elo and Jimmy Jean-louis of NBC’s “Heroes Reborn
Elo, founder of Miami Supercar Rooms – the nation’s first Auto Art Gallery and Gourmet Dining Experience in Miami’s Wynwood district, hosted an exclusive preview dinner to present his unprecedented concept in combined automotive excellence and luxury hospitality. Attended by a hand picked VIP audience that included Terry Cook of Delahaye USA and Jimmy Jean-louis of NBC’s “Heroes Reborn,” guests enjoyed a three-course menu of tuna tartar, Peruvian ceviche and grilled snapper, courtesy of Chef Rafael Perez Cambana of GK Bistronomie, newly opened in Wynwood. Guests enjoyed an elaborate seafood presentation alongside a showcase of coveted vehicles that included the “The Pacific” and “Bugnaughty” by Delahaye USA, a Rolls Royce Bootch, as well as two 450 S Maserati and 196 SP Ferrari vintage racing cars.
“I am delighted to share our unprecedented concept with last night’s inaugural guests of Miami Supercar Rooms during this year’s Art Basel,” says Elo, founder of Miami Supercar Rooms. “This marks the first step in our journey towards establishing the nation’s very first Supercar—Culinary experience. The appetite for something fresh an original in the city was clear from all the feedback I received and we look forward to unveiling the completion of our pioneering ideology for luxury in Wynwood to the public in February next year.”
On Sunday, December 6th, throughout the entire day, up to three blocks along NW 1st Court in Wynwood will be closed to traffic for the Miami Supercar Promenade. The event will be free and open to the public with more than 60 exotic vehicles on display from throughout the southern region. Classic, vintage, sports and custom-built Supercar vehicles will line the streets in the heart of Miami’s arts and entertainment district for more than eight hours of eye candy for auto enthusiasts of all ages.
With a fully completed venue scheduled for a Grand Opening in February 2016 — founded by the British-born automotive visionary behind the London Motor Museum, Elo brings his most coveted collection of classic, vintage, exotic, sports and custom vehicles – on two wheels and four – as the centerpiece for an aesthetically fuelled concept in luxury automotive excellence, epicurean hospitality and nightlife entertainment, collectively considered to be the first experience of its kind in the country.
An impressive 60,000 square foot purpose-built venue revolves around the first custom-made Auto Art Gallery – housing six of the most desirable cars in the world – proving to satisfy the viewing pleasure of the most avid auto enthusiast to those simply looking for a memorable new realm of discovery.
Alongside the exhilarating showroom is where the Miami Supercar Dining Experience begins with a spacious open-air patio featuring six aluminum “Pods.” Each Pod is the home to an illustrious Supercar masterpiece that accompanies a comfortable private dining banquet for groups. Nowhere else in Miami can guests enjoy their gourmet dining experience beside an historic crown jewel of the automotive world.
Miami Supercar Rooms is positioned to become the nation’s first Supercar—Culinary Encounter with a creative music and nightlife component that will orbit around an authentic Kenworth custom tractor-trailer.
For more information, visit www.miamisupercarrooms.com
photo credit: Ralph Notaro/NDM Photo