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GRS TAKES A BITE OUT OF STK
January 28, 2010, 4:57 pm
Filed under: Green Room Society

Always known to bring the all-access experience to its members, the Adrienne Arsht Center’s Green Room Society (GRS) not only provides an exclusive look at the performing arts here at the Center but they’ve also been known to throw some of the hottest parties in Miami!  This particular event was no exception.  

On January 19, 2010, GRS members got to experience the much anticipated new restaurant STK at the Gansevoort Hotel on South Beach.  Over 400 of Miami’s VIPs dined on various menu selections of this non-traditional fusion steakhouse, including spicy Wagyu Beef Tartar and their famous Shrimp Rice Krispies.  Guests drank champagne til the wee hours while local DJ maven, Danny Daze, kept the crowd moving all night long.  Also on board that night was the event’s media sponsor, Ocean Drive magazine, which was celebrating its 17th Anniversary with GRS. 

The crowd at STK. Photo by David Muir.

“As much as GRS is about the performing arts, it’s nice to break away and get to experience something like this,” states GRS co-chair, Jimmy Vargas.   “We want our members to feel like they have a magic key to this city and if it’s giving our members access to the hottest Broadway performance or to the hottest new restaurant, GRS is in the middle of it all.” 

(L-R) GRS Committee Members Jimmy Vargas, Austin Cohen and Brian Ehrlich. Photo by David Muir.

Check out some of the night’s highlights here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/greenroomsociety/sets/72157623265261720/

To find out more on GRS and how you can join, call 786.468.2040 or email greenroom@arshtcenter.org.

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