The Strip to Open in Old Rumi Location on Lincoln Road
The Strip is billed as an "entertainment venue" where "almost anything goes." Performance areas will be placed throughout the venue, and there is a second story stage and a peep show booth. VIP hostesses and entertainers will wear next to nothing in what promises to be at least a simulation den of pleasure. Expect an old Hollywood interior with a naughty twist, as the place will be strewn with chandeliers, suspended swings, and other performance devices. The private VIP room boasts luxuries such as fur covered walls, a private bar, and a dancer's pole.
Burlesque performers, fire-eaters, body painters, shape shifters, and aerialist acrobats are all on the bill. They'll be in the hands of entertainment talent such as Emmy-nominated choreographer Glenn Douglas Packard, vocalist and songwriter Tokyo Diiva, and performance artist WildChild. Eric Levin will head the team, as he did back when the location was named Rumi. Levin's heavy sports connections likely influenced his decision to open in time for the Miami Pro Bowl.
We for one think the whole venture sounds muy caliente. Miami Beach is a sexy city that tends to lower the inhibitions of travelers and locals alike. It seems The Strip hopes to harness that collective desire into a lucrative hot spot. We've got our eye on you.
The Strip is located at 330 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach and is scheduled to open the end of January 2010.