Feast Your Eyes On Bad Bunny’s New Miami Steakhouse


U-shaped bar centers a dining space with teal banquette seating at this new Miami steakhouse

Exalting Brickell, Miami’s burgeoning fine dining scene, hospitality mogul David Grutman and superstar Bad Bunny’s new Japanese-inspired steakhouse, Gekkō, is dressed to impress thanks to Rockwell Group. Diners are greeted with a moody, jewel-toned color palette and three distinct dining areas.

Upon entering, the first dining room makes an eye-popping statement with teal banquette seating, gold accents, hanging lanterns and a dragon mural. Continuing to the main dining space, the U-shaped sushi bar is enveloped with a custom red dip-dyed rope installation, graphic wallcoverings and velvet drapery.

“One of my favorite moments was collaborating with textile designer Candice Kaye,” says Shawn Sullivan, partner at Rockwell Group. “We worked with her to create custom murals and wallcoverings inspired by iconic Japanese imagery that anchor important moments throughout the restaurant.”