The owners of Club Space — David Sinopoli, Coloma Kaboomsky, and Davide Danese — and Elad Zvi and Gabe Orta of Bar Lab Hospitality, have brought an entirely new underground club to the scene. And rumor has it, the very space was none other than Al Capone’s liquor stock tunnel!
Jolene Sound Room, located in the basement of Julia & Henry’s (200 E Flagler Street), will focus on bringing a “high-energy sound” with a cutting-edge audio and light system designed to create memorable performances by Miami-based artists as well as global talent.
Going for a 1960’s-early 1970’s recording studio-vibe, its interiors feature all-around wood finishes, carpeting on the walls and amazing custom-made sound system to showcase the best of disco, house and techno with notable DJs. Jolene Sound Room is also inspired by “the fierceness and femininity of Dolly Parton.”
To keep cool while letting loose on the dance floor, the new spot has a specially curated menu of craft cocktails courtesy of the award-winning Bar Lab team and beverage director, Christine Wiseman. There’s also an assortment of beer, wine, and bottle service options featuring vodka, tequila, Mezcal, gin, and champagne.
This is the second Jolene concept, with the first located in the heart of Williamsburg, having opened this past March. Bar Lab Hospitality founders, Elad Zvi and Gabe Orta, have become synonymous with service and quality from their award-winning Broken Shaker bar and 27 Restaurant. Space Invaders, which consists of III Points co-founder David Sinopoli and Miami nightlife veterans Davide Danese and Coloma Kaboomsky of Link Miami Rebels, own the world-renowned Club Space.