Steam Miami: "It's Very Interactive. We Embrace All Fetishes"
Much like the design of the Vagabond, Steam and Railroad Blues will also have an outdoor patio.
"The show doesn't stop at Steam," Bruce clarifies. "But the outside will have more of a relaxed atmosphere with hammocks."
As for Railroad Blues, the terrace will carry more of a "low key" vibe. Opening this fall, the Backyard will serve as a casual hangout spot where Bruce and Moretti plan on hosting weekend concerts.
"When you're in Vegas, you go to O or the Blue Man Group for a show," Bruce goes on. "When you're in the House of Blues, you're in the House of Blues. But here, you have it all."
Everything, including food trucks.
Opening three different venues with totally different concepts all on the same block, however, is no easy feat (the guys invested $5 million in the 17,000-square-foot property where Steam, Railroad Blues, and the Backyard are located).
Regardless of the bold move, Bruce and Moretti remain confident in their project.
"This whole business is a challenge," Bruce admits. "But that's what makes it so fun. Miami is lacking places like this and we're gonna fill that void."
Wish You Were Here Preview Party. With DJ Bailey Smalls. Thursday, August 14. Steam Miami, 30 NE 14th St., Miami. The party starts at 11 p.m. and tickets cost $10 to $20. RSVP at steammiami.com or call 786-516-3393.