Fontainebleau Las Vegas, the highly-anticipated luxury destination brought to life by Fontainebleau Development, has partnered with hospitality entrepreneur David Grutman of Groot Hospitality to bring the nightclub LIV and world-renown restaurants Komodo and Papi Steak to the property when it opens December 2023, pending regulatory approvals. Additionally, Fontainebleau Las Vegas and Grutman will debut an all-new dayclub concept, LIV BEACH, in Spring 2024.
Fontainebleau Las Vegas stands on nearly 25 acres adjacent to the Las Vegas Convention Center District on the Las Vegas Strip.
The joint venture is a natural extension of Fontainebleau Development and Groot Hospitality’s Miami-based collaboration on the original LIV inside Fontainebleau Miami Beach, one of the country’s most renowned nightclubs. Komodo and Papi Steak restaurants each are among South Florida’s more popular restaurants. Komodo, in particular, has been ranked as one of the country’s highest grossing restaurants.
“Having worked closely with David Grutman and Groot Hospitality for many years, I will say they are second-to-none when it comes to executing on the core tenets of nightlife and hospitality,” said Fontainebleau Development Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Jeffrey Soffer. “Our past collaborations have transformed LIV into a worldwide destination and have made Fontainebleau Miami Beach a haven for celebrities, and adventurous revelers, and I know the same to be true for David’s other properties with Groot Hospitality. David’s vision aligns with ours, and we look forward to building on our record of success by taking LIV, Komodo and Papi Steak to the next level at Fontainebleau Las Vegas.”
Since opening at Fontainebleau Miami Beach in 2008, the LIV brand has amplified a feeling of spontaneity and high-wattage sophistication in South Florida’s discerning nightlife scene. Within four years of its opening, LIV ranked among the top five highest-grossing clubs in America. Its success led to Grutman being recognized as one of the “50 Most Important People In EDM” by Rolling Stone magazine.
Komodo, a Southeast Asian dining destination with locations in Miami and Dallas, features a Southeast Asia menu that offers takes on regional dishes ,alongside an extensive sushi program. Komodo and Papi Steak will be among the 36 first-to-market food and beverage concepts opening at Fontainebleau Las Vegas.
Photo Courtesy of Komodo Miami
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