SO­CIAL DRINKER

ORA’S ANTI-SO­CIAL LOUNGE CATERS TO THOSE LOOK­ING FOR A RESPITE FROM THE CLUB AND A TEQUILA OLD-FASH­IONED WITH A HINT OF HEAT.

Ocean Drive - - The Source -

In­ti­mate con­ver­sa­tion and craft cock­tails are about the last thing that come to mind when you think of club­bing, but the new kid on the disco block, Ora, is do­ing rev­elry a lit­tle dif­fer­ently. Sure, you can or­der bot­tle ser­vice com­plete with Cham­pagne sparklers or even mar­ti­nis shaken ta­ble­side, while be­ing amazed by a mul­ti­mil­lion­dol­lar ceil­ing that—no, your eyes are not play­ing tricks on you—ac­tu­ally moves. Or you can get away from the per­form­ers im­ported from Ibiza and the smoke, mir­rors, and ki­netic ceil­ing and read a Taschen book in the re­laxed, onyx-clad up­stairs lair, with a cock­tail crafted by bev­er­age di­rec­tor and Las Ve­gas veteran Roger Gille­spie. To drink like owner Ryan Van Mil­li­gen does, or­der a No Coun­try for Old Men, a rye and tequila old-fash­ioned with an­cho chile and bit­ters. It’s the per­fect so­cial lu­bri­cant for a tête-à-tête mid-club­bing. 2000 Collins Ave., Mi­ami Beach, 305-912-1010

Ora's ko Coun­try for Old Men, a rye and tequila old-fash­ioned.

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