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Dining with us is dining in a timeless piece of history
Not only is it a historically rich site on a national level, the Womens Club has contributed to the creation of the fabric of Miami. The Miami Woman’s Club was organized in the 1900s, however it was thanks to the donation of land by Henry Flagler that August Geiger was able to build this stunning renaissance revival-themed building in 1925.
The history of the Miami Woman’s Club is truly the history of the development of the city. The club played a vital role in Miami’s growth and is the product of its pioneering members, from Henry Flagler to Julia Tuttle and Edith Jackson (wife of Dr. James M. Jackson of Jackson Memorial Hospital).
Contributions to our beautiful City of Miami
One of the first projects was the creation of a small library which made headway into the establishment of our municipal library system. The club has provided countless services for our city for almost 100 years, from being a landmark in aiding the Red Cross during WWI and WWII to housing the Miami Conservatory of Music for a decade.
This building has seen and has been an integral part of the heart of Miami today, and Klaw Miami is proud to take it to its next chapter.
A PLACE OF HISTORY
Amongst the careful renovations and considered touches we’ve carried out within this historic five-storey building, we pay tribute to the heritage of our space by naming our two private dining rooms The Tuttle Room and The Flagler Room. These rooms pay tribute to Julia Tuttle and Henry Flagler, the ‘Mother and Father of Miami.’
In addition, to continue to honor the legacy of the Miami Women’s Club, a portion of our profits from selected cocktails is donated to Miami-based nonprofits and local charities.
1737 North Bayshore Drive,
Klaw Miami is located on the North Bayshore Drive by the Margaret Pace Park. Our doors are open ready for you to start your adventure.
1737 North Bayshore Drive, Miami, FL 33132
OUR ICONIC WATERFRONT DESIGN
Across three floors of this grand Spanish Renaissance building, you’ll find a main dining room, theatre kitchen and two private dining spaces. We also proudly boast Edgewater’s only rooftop bar, promising unspoiled views of Biscayne Bay and the Miami Beach skyline.
Rustic meets luxury within the walls of Klaw Miami, designed by the world-renowned Martin Brudnizki, with floor-to-ceiling windows offering stunning views of the bay. Our dedication to culinary adventure goes beyond the plate, so our thoughtful restoration and world-class design of the space serve to elevate our world-class programs and offer an ambience as opulent as our menu.