This most recent addition to the city's already-vibrant nightlife is undoubtedly exquisite.
It feels like the First Class VIP lounge of a Trump building has been lifted and inserted into the old Assam's restaurant above Bamboo.
The "VIP" room in the back is beautiful: all dark corners and a bar that would put most premium booze retailers to shame.
The addition of Buddy's means there's even outstanding food to chow down on as you knock back the cocktails.
The stellar Southside takeaway, which deals in American burgers, ribs and wings, has curated a smaller menu especially for Kokomo - lamb barbacoa tacos, chili nachos and pulled pork sliders all infinitely preferable to the infamous Bistro, which has blighted Bamboo- goers up until now.
There's also a sensational cocktail menu, on which the Kokomo Ulysees is the stand-out. The club's signature drink stirs Johnnie Walker Odyssey with Cocchi Vermouth Di Torino and Whisky Barrel Bitters in a 'Trojan Horse' chilled glass.
It's a cut above, certainly - biting at the heels of the city's established upper-market establishments with class that is visible from the moment you step inside.
Clubbing here is a compromise between attracting the big spenders on weekends and students on weeknights.
Friday and Saturday are steered by safe hands: DJs Big Al, Ciar, Kash, Chris Harris and Mark McKinnon pumping out sleek house and R&B jams.
Monday's Mile High and Thursday's Party Monster feature the more anarchic (well, as anarchic as it's going to get in here) Iron Ill and Toast, with veteran Gerry Lyons also popping up.