Basement wants to send you back to a time when bell bottoms and lava lamps were all the rage. Inspired by some of the biggest clubs from the 1970s, Miami's hottest hangout mixes the best of the Saturday Night Fever-era with all the modern technology and amenities you expect. The result is an upbeat venue that not only offers a killer dance floor, but also features a four-lane bowling alley and an ice-skating rink.
Dubbed "Discobox," Basement is all about taking back the nightclubbing scene. This South Beach haunt delivers a large dose of fun, choosing to focus on inclusivity rather than exclusivity. It's the kind of nightlife experience you could only find at Studio 54 back in its heyday. And for good reason, as Basement was developed by the legendary Ian Schrager, the undisputed king of the 1970's nightlife scene.
But don't think this is just another gimmick, because Basement offers all the state-of-the-art technology, hand-made cocktails and innovations you expect from a modern nightclub. This is fused with the style and atmosphere you won't find anywhere else, creating a blast-from-the-past experience that offers an intoxicating change of pace you won't see coming. Whether you're looking to dress up and stay classy or dress down and behave badly, Ian Schrager's newest club wants you to express yourself any way you see fit.