A Miami Beach redux of the Cannes supper club that's been the hottest nightlife attraction in the starry Cote d'Azur town for years, Baoli is tucked inside a grandiose indoor/outdoor space along Collins Avenue. A main dining room is surrounded in glass wine cellars with gold-leaf ceiling and black-and-white movies rotating on the wall. Crystal chandelier lend a gilded element, reflecting shiny leather tufted sofas that double as banquettes and almost constant fashionable crowd on hand for weekly events varying between Art Basel parties to a Wednesday night DJ night. Outside, a terrace sits under a canopy of fichus and palm trees with aura of misty light amongst a terrace bar and outdoor lounge that's one of Miami's prettiest in terms of design and clientele.
Unlike most US supper clubs, food is paramount at Baoli with a nightly menu of ala carte specialties that begins with a full raw bar, selection of tartars and carpaccios and array of soups including lobster bisque and cream of asparagus. Pasta course includes a year-round truffle risotto with black or white shavings, lobster cavatelli and fettuccine al mare with optional whole-wheat pasta. Seafood mains include Dover Sole and Mediterranean Branzino or meat options from petit fillet or larger veal chop or hefty rack of lamb.
Cannes supper club makes US debut in Miami Beach within sexy South Beach space with outdoor terrace and weekly DJ events.