Mandrake Miami

Mandrake Miami

Restaurant

Type

Privately held company

Industry

Restaurant

Founded

10 January 2018

Founder

Nahim Jorge Bonilla, Melissa Granda

Mandrake Miami Info
Legal Name Mandrake Miami LLC
Origin United States
Location 210 23rd st, Miami Beach, FL, USA, 33139
Key People Gonzalo Arganaras (Chef)
Area Served Miami Beach, Florida USA
Num Employees 86
Services Restaurant and Dinner Party Lounge on 2nd floor for all events 5am Liquor license
Revenue 9 million Gross in sales (2022)
Parent Company Ruido Callejero Music
Official website www.mandrakemiami.com

About

Mandrake Miami is a Restaurant Dinner Party Club located in Miami, FL, United States, and founded on 10 January 2018, founded by Nahim Jorge Bonilla and Melissa Granda.

History

Mandrake Miami LLC, an eccentric restaurant serving world-class cuisine, and vibrant live entertainment with a buzzy atmosphere, takes pride in being recognized as one of the top restaurants quickly taking over the Miami scene and celebrity sightings.

They are a unique event space, lounge, and restaurant in the heart of Miami Beach, gearing up to host special events for Art Basel and the upcoming holiday season.

Additional event spaces include Mandrake’s sushi bar with adjacent seating for 30 and a clandestine lounge, “Drakes Tea Room,” which is the perfect setting for a birthday, bachelor/bachelorette, or intimate gathering. Experiential activations and specialty cocktails with models and celebrities get in on the action throughout the night.

Melissa Granda and Nahim Jorge Bonilla are the visionaries behind Mandrake Miami. They are genuinely committed to an exquisite customer experience that defines the Miami vibe and is proud to support the community.

Mandrake offers a Nikkei, an exquisite Japanese-Peruvian fusion, inside an oasis that offers indoor and al fresco seating options. The unique event spaces include a beautiful Chinese tea garden with lush greenery, a sophisticated yet playful interior dining room with rich Christian LaCroix floral fabric chairs, jungle mural walls depicting tropical landscapes, and Chinese lacquered woodwork.

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