The former Jimmy’z reopened as Glass on New Year’s Eve 2005–and like Jimmy’z, Glass was also a midweek hotspot. The décor in the three smallish rooms was opulent, with the chic elite gathering in plush, draped sectionals along the walls. Meanwhile, aspiring models and other members of the upper-crust clientele packed the dance floor in the largest room. DJs spun hip-hop and house, as a shimmering disco ball and colored lighting rotated overhead. (Munarriz)
Glass at The Forge was one of the most exclusive clubs in South Florida. Host to some amazing parties such as Soul Kitchen Sundays -VIBE magazines #1 Party in America- where you were sure to have a good time & a great meal, not to mention meet a celebrity.
Glass at The Forge had 2 Sections: The Blue room which was the main room filled with VIP tables & perfect for a large group. The other section contained the Red Room and Black which were both a little more intimate.
Glass was a very exclusive club so guests had to be there early, dressed to impress, or prepared to buy a bottle service to get in. Dining late at The Forge allowed you to walk right into Glass with no problem.
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