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Brickell Hotspot Marion Temporarily Closing Doors

Marion, a popular and established French-inspired party restaurant located in Brickell, will be closing it’s doors temporarily as it looks to turn the page on a brand new, exciting chapter, that has the company stoked.

“Our vision has always been to push boundaries and redefine hospitality, and while Marion may be closing its doors, its spirit will live on in the exciting new chapter we’re about to embark upon,” Mathieu Massa, founder and CEO of Mr. Hospitality, according to Miami New Times.

Martion is an icon in the Brickell nightlife scene, transforming from  the French-inspired party restaurant serving America-Asian fusion cuisine it initially made it’s mark as to become known as “Brickell’s hottest dinner party” as it would turn into a high-energy nightlife venue on the same night.

The renovations are expected to continue unto September.

“We have witnessed a lot of great openings in the past two years, and it’s going to continue going that way,” Massa added. “For institutions like Marion that have been around for over ten years, that have been very successful, it was necessary to basically improve the standards. After the success of Queen, and the quality of the guest experience there that is much more elevated in a luxurious way — and after the recent opening of Lafayette — we basically made the decision at Mr. Hospitality to elevate all of our venues, refresh them, and offer our followers and loyal guests a more elevated experience.”

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