New Eats in The Historic Miami Women's Club
Want to enjoy Miami living and still get your history fix too? Then let us be your guide to not only historic homes but cool new spots to enjoy. Miami's latest hot spot is not only in one of our most notable historic buildings, it also houses a fabulous new resturant and great views from a rooftop bar too.
Here at Miami Historic Homes there is nothing we love more than seing a landmark property restored to it glory days as a vibrant piece of Miami culture. The Miami Womens club had been underutilized for quite some time. At one point in the early 2000's a good portion of the entire building was overgrown with Ivy masking a beautiful Spanish Revival Masterpeice. Since then, the building has undergone extension renovations and opened its doors to Klaw, a fine dining establishment knows for its specialities of Norwegian King Crab and certified Angus Nebraskan Beef selections. There is also rumors that Groot Hospitality will be partnering with Tao and opening another restuarant on the site.
The Womens Club was built in 1925 and designed by architect August Geiger. The property was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1982. For more information on the building you can view the designation report here. http://www.historicpreservationmiami.com/pdfs/Miami WomansClub.pdf