Lilt Lounge opens at Epic Hotel

People at Downtown will be delighted with this new addition. A new lounge is open at the Epic Hotel called Lilt Lounge. LILT welcomes guests looking for a sophisticated alternative to the Miami club scene and a social setting for pre-dinner gatherings and post-dinner entertainment. LILT offers lively musical acts and solo performances, artistic installations and a destination for Miami’s sophisticated scene seekers. With intent to create a unique experience in downtown Miami, LILT delivers classic cocktails done right, a carefully curated champagne, wine and port menu paired with social plates and nightly culture. Here is more information about Lilt Lounge :


According to Eater :

“Lilt will partner with The National YoungArts Foundation (YoungArts) to showcase musical acts and solo performances. YoungArts’ alumni will perform weekly on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, the Mark Small Quartet will take the stage Friday nights, and samba compilations with additional local and touring musicians will take place Saturday nights beginning with Downtown Jazz.” written by Ana Heretoiu.


According to Urban Daddy :

“Time this one after dinner. When you’re looking for 1) a little music, and 2) something with a decent ABV to keep the night moving right along. They’ve got a roster of talent from the YoungArts pool performing every evening—soulful chanteuses, jazz trios and whatnot. And roving carts full of bubbly doling out champagne cocktails. Which works out nicely.”


According to New Times :

“Area 31’s beverage director, Dean Feddaoui, plans to deliver modern takes on libations with their proper place in history. They include Death in the Afternoon, which combines absinthe and champagne and was invented by Ernest Hemingway in the 1930s. Go back even further and order the 1919 Firenze — a gin, vermouth, and Campari concoction that’s really just another name for a negroni. Feddaoui will offer weekly menus with cleverly named cocktails, such as the Morning Tear and the Bitter Truth, keeping things seasonal and fun. If bubbly is more your thing for such an upscale affair, a cart will deliver classic champagne cocktails and or brut by the glass to your seat. Chef Wolfgang Birk will preprare some bites that are equally refreshing. Expect charcuterie and cheese, oysters, caviar, lobster cocktail, and tuna tartare gazpacho. Prices for drinks and bites range from $13 to $20.” written by Carla Torres


Stay tuned at Miami City Social for more information.