Just in time for the start of the new NBA season, a chic spot to socialize in the American Airlines Area in Miami has opened its doors. The Hyde Lounge opened the same night as the Heat’s first game, which they won against the Boston Celtics.
The Huffington Post reports the new luxury lounge includes Japanese dining options from Chef Danny Elmaleh, along with drinks and music. Those who manage to grab one of the limited number of reservations available and court-side ticket holders will have access to the lounge, which is open during Miami Heat games, concerts, and arena events. It is located on the south end of the arena on court level.
Described by sbe, the company responsible for the Hyde Lounge concept, as a “chic, intimate getaway for those in the know,” the new Hyde Lounge at American Airlines Arena is “the ultimate in exclusive socializing.” Featuring dark wood, rich leather and cozy booths, Hyde Lounge has an inviting lush ambience perfect for unwinding.
The opening of Hyde Lounge also coincided with the presentations of the NBA championship rings for the Miami Heat and the raising of the NBA championship banner.
Hyde Lounge also has locations in Hollywood, the Staples Center, Las Vegas and South Beach. The company sbe was founded in 2002 by Sam Nazarian and quickly emerged as a leading force in the hospitality, real estate and entertainment industries.