Kim Kardashian and Tristan Thompson attended Lionel Messi's debut for Inter Miami on Friday, joining a crowd of celebrities.
After the thrilling match, the duo headed to Gekko, a Miami-based Japanese steakhouse co-created by pop sensation Bad Bunny and renowned restaurateur David Grutman.
The stylish pair was captured leaving the trendy hotspot in the wee hours of Saturday morning.
Messi's Inter Miami debut game on Friday was nothing short of impressive, with A-list celebrities like LeBron James, Serena Williams, David Beckham, and Victoria Beckham - the latter being an Inter Miami co-owner - gracing the event with their presence.
Speaking to Major League Soccer at the game, Kim shared her dedication to supporting her children's interests, saying, "I will do anything for my babies."
After the exciting match, the celebrities, made their way to Gekko, a chic Miami-based Japanese steakhouse conceptualized by pop sensation Bad Bunny and restaurateur David Grutman.
The trendy eatery, which opened last summer, has already earned a reputation as a celebrity hotspot.
A myriad of notable guests, such as Eva Longoria, Kaia Gerber, Joe Jonas, Sophie Turner, J Balvin, Lil Wayne, Derek Jeter, Aaron Paul, Bryan Cranston, and Bunny's rumored girlfriend Kendall Jenner, have been seen enjoying the Gekko experience.
The restaurant itself boasts an alluring ambiance with features like a U-shaped sushi bar, plush velvet-draped booths, and art installations.
Its menu offers a delightful blend of traditional steakhouse elements and Japanese cuisine, making it a sought-after destination for celebrities and food enthusiasts alike.