Famed nightclub impresario and hospitality entrepreneur David Grutman announced this week that his LIV nightclub in Miami will be taking its act on the road to Las Vegas with a new location at the Fontainebleau Las Vegas. The nightclub will have 50,000 square feet of space with 62 tables. LIV Beach will be 35,000 square feet.
The Vegas located is scheduled to open in December 2023 with a dayclub to open the following spring. In addition, two of Grutman’s Groot Hospitality restaurant venues, Komodo and Papi Steak, will also open in the casino.
We expect that some of the djs that have been residents as other Las Vegas casino nightclubs will make the move to LIV. Unconfirmed rumours have Tiesto being one of those making the switch.
“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,” says 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.”
“We could not be more excited to expand our partnership with Jeff Soffer and the team by bringing our iconic brands to the incredible Fontainebleau Las Vegas,” says Groot Hospitality Owner David Grutman. “Our collaboration combines Groot’s passion for creating unforgettable experiences with Fontainebleau’s legacy of iconic hospitality. Together, we will provide guests with an unrivaled entertainment experience, delivering the best of what luxury daylife and nightlife has to offer – and setting a new benchmark for the Strip.”