Kelly Brook has teamed up with nightclub mogul Nick House to open a Great Gatsby-style bar and restaurant.
And guess what? Nick - of Mahiki and Whisky Mist fame - and Kelly will celebrate the grand opening of the Steam & Rye bar and restaurant in London tonight!
The address of their new venue, 147 Leadenhall Street, once housed the Bank of New York and comes with mega high ceilings and grand neo-gothic pillars. Also - rather excitingly - it has been made over to look like New York's Grand Central Station and features a swanky "first-class cocktail carriage".
The 33-year-old model said she's always been inspired by the "opulence" of the early 20th century American party scene, and told Big Hospitality magazine she hoped to deliver, "something extraordinary".
"There's nothing like it in London," she exclaimed.
Kelly's partner in crime Nick, whose haunts already play host to Prince Harry and the most exclusive of socialites, allegedly brought in BBC production designer Jonathan Lee to kit out the venue.
Their visions? The glamour of old Hollywood films and the 1925 novel The Great Gatsby by F Scott Fitzgerald.
Nick said he wants to immerse his customers in an atmosphere evocative of Gangs of New York (without the Daniel Day-Lewis/Leonardo Dicaprio tension) and even sent out a Twitter appeal for staff.
"Looking to hire cocktail maestros with curly moustaches or strange beards," he wrote. That'll probably give you an idea of what this place will be like.
Kelly, clearly excited for things to kick off, shared a few sneaky shots of the Steam & Rye with her Instagram followers ahead of the launch on Tuesday 19 November. Are we excited? Um, obviously.