Rich dark woods, vibrant tones with accents of gold, stained glass, and grand baroque urns evoke the grand castles of 16th Century Europe.
Upon entering the King is Dead nightclub in Miami’s Design District, guests are introduced to a mixture of old meets new. Rich dark woods, vibrant tones with accents of gold, stained glass, and grand baroque urns evoke the grand castles of 16th and 17th century Europe.
Graffiti-style art, modern chandeliers and bathrooms covered with plumes and exotic animal skin remind patrons that despite the extravagant antiquated surroundings, they are still in the 21st century.
Located right next to its sister restaurant Grass, the King is Dead nightclub provides the quintessential sport for late night debauchery in Downtown Miami. The club is royalty-themed based, and was created for the Design District's exclusive trendsetters. Unlike the simple Grass, the King is Dead goes all out with the theme, putting you right in 17th century Europe as you party the night away.
Since your partying at a palace, it only makes sense that the cocktails are served in medieval style goblets. There is a full bar, and bottle service available, and with the VIP treatment you will be treated like royalty.
A 3,500 square-foot, 300 person palace, the King is Dead is a mega-nightclub that puts you in a time machine and send you back 400 years. The club sports dark woods, deep red curtains, gold detailed frames, majestic seating and original stained glass windows. Large, majestic Lucite chairs decorate the place, and deco chandeliers hang from the ceiling. There is also a graffiti wall, giving the club its own personal spin.