Nightclub Treehouse Miami Now Accepting Carousers

A red-hot new sipping spot has opened in the heart of Miami, a cozy cove-like nightclub that goes by the name of Treehouse Miami.

Featuring a leather-studded bar draped in a kitschy cargo net, teak-lined walls and seriously sexy lighting, we're sure this three-roomed venue evoking neo-ski lodges will be the proverbial go-to in no time.

Owned by Jeremy Waks (previously of Heathrow Lounge) with interior design by Dave Glass, the eclectic club also boasts a 3,000 square-foot backyard garden space with synthetic grass carpeting, come-hither cabana beds and rattan lounges with pristine white cushions.

We've heard that in addition to flickering candles, the backyard is also equipped with projectors that can play videos and artwork against the wall.
 

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