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  • Sneak Peek: Khong River House

    Sneak Peek: Khong River House

    The Khong River House (1661 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach) opens its doors on Monday, Dec. 17 and seats 200 people. Photo: Justin Namon 

  • Sneak Peek: Khong River House

    Sneak Peek: Khong River House

    The Khong River House (1661 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach) dining room features bricks laid out in a manner customary for ventilation to houses in Thailand. Hand-woven sticks hang over the windows. Photo: Justin Namon.  

  • Sneak Peek: Khong River House

    Sneak Peek: Khong River House

    The stairwell leading upstairs to the private dining room at Khong River House (1661 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach) is lined with Thai motorcycle liscence plates. Photo: Justin Namon 

  • Sneak Peek: Khong River House

    Sneak Peek: Khong River House

    Upstairs in what used to be popular hangout Buck 15 is now a 55-person private dining space at Khong River House (1661 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach). Look for it to be used for "Midnight Chef" experiences and dinners. Photo: Justin Namon 

  • Sneak Peek: Khong River House

    Sneak Peek: Khong River House

    At Khong River House (1661 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach) , bird cages, a sign of good luck in Thailand, hang from the ceiling made of sheet metal, also a common item in the "shanty houses" of Thailand. Photo: Justin Namon 

  • Sneak Peek: Khong River House

    Sneak Peek: Khong River House

    The wood used for the walls at Khong River House (1661 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach) come from pieces of palletes and crates used in shipments from Thailand. Photo: Justin Namon 

  • Sneak Peek: Khong River House

    Sneak Peek: Khong River House

    Many of the chairs at Khong River House (1661 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach) were reclaimed from a boat. They are heavy and weathered. Photo: Justin Namon 

  • Sneak Peek: Khong River House

    Sneak Peek: Khong River House

    The bar at Khong River House (1661 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach) will highlight gin, with variations on the gimlet as well as the Killer Bee cocktail named after Chef Bee aka Piyarat Potha Arreeratn. Fish traps used in rice patties hang over the bar as light fixtures. Photo: J... 

  • Sneak Peek: Khong River House

    Sneak Peek: Khong River House

    The Khong River House (1661 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach) has two private dining tables for groups of eight in the back of main dining room. Photo: Justin Namon 

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