If there’s one thing to Houston, This is a vibrant nightlife scene, and two new glamorous bars will join the roster.
Sekai Hospitality is set to open two new nightclubs in the Houston area this year. The group, which describes itself as a “prestigious hospitality company that aims to provide unrivaled guest experiences combined with exceptional service in a dynamic environment,” will reveal Sky day and night and Wilde boy. The two new clubs mark the first ventures of the new hospitality group and will offer an enhanced nightlife experience, run by Industry Veterans Team.
“Houston has gained international awareness for its food, cultural offerings and parks, and we want to create the same excitement and attraction for its day-to-day and nightlife offerings,” Sekai Hospitality co-director Sal Wise said in a statement.
Wyld Child will fill 7,500 square feet and consists of a 1,300-square-foot roof terrace and patio. The new club will be designed by a New York designer, Mark Dizon And promises “breakthrough technology” according to a press release. Sekai Day and Night will be housed in a huge 26,000-square-foot space that features a resort-style pool, pavilions, VIP areas and day beds. designed by Studio Five, Sekai Day and Night features both indoor and outdoor functionality, with a 36-foot bar.
Both of Sekai’s concepts will also have lighting design and sound from AudioTech.
“Houston is an incredibly sophisticated and global city, and attractive architects and designers who bring global aesthetics and forward thinking to our places are the key to the mission at Sekai Hospitality,” Wise continues.
WYLD Child will occupy the former Benji’s space at 5922 Washington Ave, and Sekai Day and Night will be housed at the now-established Mercy Nightclub, at 1505 Saint Emanuel St.
Sekai Hospitality will host an employment fair on August 6-8 from 10:00 to 16:00 at 1212 Waugh. For more information on Sekai Hospitality, visit their website Here.