The Los Angeles Lakers players turned things up and partied hard in Miami despite losing to Heat. Page Six says that the LA Lakers had a blast tipping back some very pricey drinks, including a $10,500 bottle of vino.
On Saturday night, Carmelo Anthony was spotted at celeb steakhouse Prime 112 with Haute Living magazine’s Kamal Hotchandani and friends, drinking “extremely expensive wine,” spies said, including a Barolo, Vega Sicilia Unico, and a bottle of Grand Cru.
On Sunday, the team fell to the Heat — and fell below .500 — but didn’t seem too shaken up after the defeat. Following the game, LeBron James, sidelined Anthony Davis, Russell Westbrook, Anthony and other teammates were seen at Miami hotspot Kiki on the River — which is known for hosting starry bashes such as Larsa Pippen’s last birthday party.
We hear the team was drinking a $10,500 bottle of Petrus and had a bottle of James’ booze brand, Lobos Tequila. And while there are trade rumors surrounding Westbrook, he seems like he might want to spend more time in Miami.
NBA players love road trips to Miami.
If you aren’t familiar to Kiki on the River.
A Greek restaurant in Miami featuring modern Greek cuisine and an authentic Mediterranean island-inspired riverfront setting complete with 150 feet dock up space. Kiki on The River – built at the site of one of Miami’s original fish markets – pays homage to its rustic origins of the much buzzed about Miami River. Book a table at the best restaurant on the Miami River.
Embracing the hospitality and spirit of the Greek islands, Kiki on The River is heralded for it meticulously-scuffed elegance that only a windswept waterfront garden can provide. Weekdays, join us for romantic waterfront dining by celebrated Chef Steve Rhee. On weekends kicking off Friday nights, Mykonos comes to Miami with live DJ and a party atmosphere featuring a festive soundtrack, twirling napkins, and dancing that will make you say “opa!”
Kiki is a passion project by Opium Group founder Roman Jones, former Philippe Chow Miami managing partner, Aris Nanos, and hospitality executive Lee Lyon. Creative Director, Ghosthouse Creative Group’s Mark Lehmkuhl conceptualized the one-of-a-kind design.
It is a nice spot. I am sure someone went to a strip club afterward.
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