Full Article: US MAG Published: 07/26/21 On Saturday night, six time Grammy award winner, Travis Scott brought the house down at E11EVEN Miami in celebration of Rolling Loud weekend. The Miami ultraclub was jam-packed with hip-hop fans and A-listers. Such as ASAP Ferg, James Harden, Marlon Wayans, Virgil Abloh, James Harden and Anitta. Additionally, LA Laker Kyle Kuzma was in the building without his love interest Winnie Harlow. He turned up and turned heads celebrating his birthday with a custom Lakers colored cake and bottles of E11EVEN Vodka, Armand De Briganc, and Don Julio.
Why Winnie Harlow and Kyle Kuzma didn’t celebrate their birthdays together
Full Article: Page Six Published: 07/26/21 We’re told Kuzma appeared to be having a good time as we’re told he was surrounded by several women at his table throughout the night. Travis Scott, who was in town for Miami’s Rolling Loud music festival, hit the stage around 4 a.m. to rap his hits “Goosebumps” and “No Bystanders.” “Miami I love y’all, we already turnt the f–k up,” the rapper, 29, said, later adding, “When this motherf–ker drops, I want to see ass cheeks flopping.” The star-studded party brought in celeb guests like A$AP Ferg, Virgil Abloh, Anitta, Marlon Wayans and James Harden. Harden, who famously dated Khloé Kardashian, was seen saying hello to Scott, who is again dating Kylie Jenner, at the VIP section. Kuzma and his boys drank bottles of Ace, Don Julio and E11EVEN Vodka. The NBA star did not leave the hotspot until the early hours of Sunday morning. Earlier that day, Harlow wished Kuzma a “happy birthday” on Instagram, writing, “Babe it’s your day so live it up!!! Love you so much, no you can ever out your fire!” The former “America’s Next Top Model” contestant also gushed about her basketball pro beau in a story published by People Friday, saying he is “super sweet.”
Celebrate Pride with Iconic, Palace Bar’s Tasty Twink Cocktail and Bodega’s Aritas in the month of June!
Full Article: South Beach Top Chefs Published: 06/24/21 Palace Bar the #1 Drag Bar & Restaurant in South Beach shares with us this easy-to-make, delicious cocktail recipe with the right amount of sweetness and spice, perfect for a Pride celebration. Palace Bar’s Tasty Twink 1.5 oz of E11EVEN Vodka1 oz of Fresh Grapefruit Juice0.5 oz Orange Liqueur 1 Jalapeño Chili Mix (1 Pinch of Salt, 1 Pinch of Sugar, 1 Pinch of Chili Powder)1 Grapefruit Slice for Garnish Directions: In a Collins glass add E11EVEN Vodka, grapefruit juice, and orange Liqueur, add jalapeño and muddle gently, dry shake, dust Collins glass w/ Chili Mix (Salt, sugar, and chili powder), pour into Collins full of ice, garnish w/ a grapefruit slice
Miami club E11EVEN rakes in six figures of Bitcoin during convention
Full Article: PageSix Published: 06/08/21 After a busy few days of plotting to dismantle the global financial power structures, crowds from the Miami Bitcoin convention hit the clubs over the weekend. On Saturday rapper G-Eazy performed at E11EVEN in front of a crowd that included Twitter’s Jack Dorsey and Snapchat’s Evan Spiegel. The club — the first major nightlife venue to accept cryptocurrency — has been packed all week in light of the 20,000-plus attendee convention, we’re told. A source tells us the venue even pulled in over six figures in crypto in the past few days. Also in the crowd was Logan Paul’s brother Jake Paul, who was in town to see his bro take on Floyd Mayweather in an exhibition match. A spy tells us that controversial Jake — who made his name with prank videos on YouTube — was not drinking because he is also training as a boxer. (He recently told Bloomberg, “It’s such an art, and I’m an artist … I love the feeling of cracking people in the face or the body.”) And nearby, former basketball star Dennis Rodman “was hanging like a regular guy at the bar,” except that “girls and guys were begging to take photos.” Later in the night, Deadmau5 took the stage. We hear the electronic musician even ditched the mouse head helmet he normally wears to get on stage and twirl around a go-go dancer pole. Rapper Lil Baby, Marshmello, and Larsa Pippen were also in the crowd. Earlier in the week, Paris Hilton kicked off the Bitcoin Convention — which featured talks from Dorsey, Ron Paul and Tony Hawk — with a DJ set at the club for a crowd of techies who paid up to $25,000 for a table.