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America's Backyard

America's Backyard

America's Backyard, it turns out, is nothing short of a huge pool party where the pool is swimming with bartenders and the deep end overflows with sparkling alcohol.
Ed & Elaine's Tiki Hut

Ed & Elaine's Tiki Hut

There's no door, no sign, no cash register — just a thatched-roof hut decorated with bric-a-brac and a couple of tables nestled right on the shore of the Intracoastal, hidden just south of the Dania Beach pier.
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Round Up

This good-ol'-boy bar is a needle in a haystack off 595 in the back of a strip mall. But don't be fooled by the suburban-sprawl exterior; this place is all Texas heart on the inside.

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  • Absinthe

    Absinthe

    5150 Town Center Circle Boca Raton, FL 33486
    561-620-3754

    http://www.absintheboca.com Located in the lobby of Boca Raton's Marriott is Absinthe, a chic bar and restaurant with a Prohibition era feel. Maroon velvet curtains line the walls, paintings of 1920's flappers adorn the walls, and a u-shaped marble bar occupies the front area. Scattered throughout the dimly lit lounge are various tables and booths for dining, as well as an outdoor patio, ideal for people watching and mingling with new faces. Although the patrons are mostly hotel guests, the bartender surprisingly recalls names and drinks, making everyone feel like they're in a hometown bar. In addition to a top shelf liquor and wine selection, the speciality martini list is quite extensive. The lounge itself is very quiet, however the "Up in the Air" crowd is a lively bunch, making Absinthe a very eclectic place to grab a drink. Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • Aficionado's

    112 S. Flamingo Road Pembroke Pines, FL 33027
    954-431-9800

    http://www.aficionadoscigars.com

  • Aficionado's Cigar & Wine

    4678 Coral Ridge Dr Coral Springs, FL 33076
    954-341-1322

    http://www.aficionadoscigars.com

  • Aftermath Afterhours Night Club

    2140 Scott Ave. West Palm Beach, FL 33409
    954-344-7765

  • All Stars Sports Bar and Grill

    All Stars Sports Bar and Grill

    2201 W. Sample Road Coconut Creek, FL 33073
    954-968-7777

    Hidden off Sample Road, Allstars Sports Bar is the type of place that only the locals know about. A long bar surrounded by tables and chairs fills up the front area of the smoky bar. With TVs in every booth, sports fans can watch the game, no matter what. The more-than-casual Pompano drinking destination has a sizable crowd of regulars, generally ranging from early 20s to mid-30s. There are late-night specials throughout the week, including free alcohol for "dancers," ladies' night, and on Wednesdays, Marioke with DJ Mario is not to be skipped. Open until 4 a.m. every night of the week, it's the bar everyone visits to grab that one last drink before heading home. Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • Alley Cats

    1820 S. Young Circle Hollywood, FL 33020
    954-505-3434

  • The Ambry German & American Restaurant

    The Ambry German & American Restaurant

    3016 E. Commercial Blvd. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33318
    954-771-7342

    http://www.ambryrestaurant.com Despite its diminutive appearance, the Ambry has a maze of tables and booths and a healthy-sized bar from which to consume the thickest, frothiest brews in town. Beer steins adorn shelves, shadow boxes contain trinkets, and numerous woodwind instruments dangle from the ceiling. The crowded bar boasts a row of topped-off steins, and soccer team flags and fake flowers decorate the little alcohol-vending alcove. Dark and packed with more tchotchkes than your grandma's apartment, the Ambry looks every bit of its 30 year pedigree. From the outside, it looks like a medieval castle with German and American flags on the ramparts. Inside, the dark, winding corridors reveal private rooms anchored by warm hearths. Up front is a bar that's covered with so much German soccer memorabilia you'd half expect to find World Cup hero Bastian Schweinsteiger chilling there with a pint of Tucher Hefeweizen in hand. Instead you'll find plenty of regulars hoisting decorative steins, eating ruby-hued prime rib specials, and noshing on supple, house-made sausages with rustic mustard sauce. A great place to drink, and good for a bite, too. Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • America

    America's Backyard

    100 SW Third Ave. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312
    954-449-1025

    http://www.myamericasbackyard.com Downtown Fort Lauderdale’s America's Backyard, it turns out, is nothing short of a huge pool party where the pool is swimming with bartenders and the deep end overflows with sparkling alcohol. The pool, AKA the main bar, is a tiled fortress of smiles and cocktails, the centerpiece of this open-air shindig. Wednesday is ladies' night, which means women drink free after 9 p.m. Thursday is College Night, so fill up on $1 drinks and $1 drafts all night, plus $10 unlimited beer pong. That's when alcohol mixes with dance music, rendering otherwise respectable young professionals helpless and desperate to dance on the bar. Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • American Legion, Harvey W. Seeds Post #29

    American Legion, Harvey W. Seeds Post #29

    6445 NE 7th Ave. Miami, FL 33138
    305-757-5773

    Located inside the American Legion, Harvey's is a laid-back sports bar with a slightly retro feel that can be morphed into a tiny dance club or live music venue. Fridays often feature local and national underground punk or indie bands. The back room offers lounging on battered couches. Saturdays, DJs spin a wide spectrum of music, from 80s to hip-hop, and even goth/industrial tunes. Pool tables offer alternative entertainment and gawking at the off-kilter art lining the walls is an event in itself. Open every day, Harvey's has a full bar and happy hour, with cheap drinks and specials almost every night. Late night munchers can try their greasy and delicious bar food. Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • American Rock Bar & Grill

    American Rock Bar & Grill

    1600 E. Hillsboro Blvd. Deerfield Beach, FL 33441
    954-428-4539

    http://www.americanrockbar.com Posters of Jim Morrison and Jimi Hendrix make the large space feel like a low-lit, local cousin of Planet Hollywood. Graffiti lines the wall on the way to the bathroom, and rock n' roll dishes comprise the food menu - order Nirvana, get nachos; Motley Crue, get meatloaf. The crowd doesn't resemble the leather-clad, tattooed, or bandana-ed set you'd find at your friendly neighborhood roughneck spot, and this isn't the place to find genuine rock n' roll action. But none of that matters since American Rock Bar boasts some of the best drink specials the area has to offer: three-for-one on everything from 4 to 8 p.m., everyday. Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • American Social Bar & Restaurant

    American Social Bar & Restaurant

    721 E. Las Olas Blvd. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
    954-764-7005

    http://www.americansocialbar.com American Social (or AmSo, as it’s been affectionately nicknamed) has proven itself a formidable addition to the nightlife scene for young professionals in Fort Lauderdale, especially in the heart of the tenuous Las Olas strip. By day a trendy lunch spot for the working crowd, at night this craft-beer-centric spot transforms into a full-blown bar, often so packed with good-looking 20- to 30-somethings that it’s hard to make your way back to the restrooms, let alone order a drink. Luckily, with a number of the plush booths sporting their own taps, plus a wall lined with pour-your-own stations, patrons can at least feel as if they have some options other than elbowing their way past all the buff bros and stiletto-sporting blonds crowding the bar. Live acoustic music or a DJ provide the entertainment on most nights, plus the flat-screen-lined bar playing all the best games or fights, has kept this haunt busy week after week. Reminiscent of a social club of yesteryear, with comfy and kitschy Americana-inspired décor, AmSo feels like the type of place the boys would go to see a boxing match and the ladies interested in meeting a Navy man on leave would hang out. Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • The Oar House

    The Oar House

    200 E. McNab Road Pompano Beach, FL 33060
    954-545-0700

    http://www.facebook.com/OarHousePompanoBeach The Oar House looks like a funky little fishing shack and boasts a relaxed vibe to match. This relic of Pompano’s Old Florida past serves up steaks, seafood, and the kinds of dishes one would expect to see in a waterfront spot of this nature. The outdoor covered deck, and a few picnic tables near the canal, are where the action (and the occasional breeze) is at. Check out the regular specials and events such as karaoke, happy hour, in-the-biz deals, and live music. Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • Arabica Café Hookah Lounge

    9054 W. State Rd. 84 Davie, FL 33324

    https://www.facebook.com/ArabicaCafeFL

  • Archies West

    Archies West

    6303 W. Commercial Blvd. Lauderhill, FL 33319
    954-721-0020

    Although affiliated with the small, beachy Archie's on Commercial Boulevard and A1A, the two bars couldn't be more different. Where the east bar takes pleasure in a cozy dive atmosphere amid neighborhood tattoo shops and dry cleaners, Archie's West takes advantage of a large space that locations out west commonly boast. A darts player's paradise, Archie's West doesn't have windows. Instead, there are rows of old-school dartboards. A large island bar is docked in the first room, serving the typical selection of drafts and liquor (fun fact: Archie's serves Seven Tiki Spiced Rum). The second room is even roomier, with three walls of dartboards and a pool table in the middle. Archie's shirt says it all: "Get to the point." Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • Area 7 Music and Ale

    Area 7 Music and Ale

    3809 Powerline Road Oakland Park, FL 33309
    954-561-9134

    http://www.myspace.com/area7musicandale Dark and moody, Area 7 Music and Ale is an off-the-beaten-path kind of hangout for a locals-only crowd. A platform stage surrounded by mirrors near the front door is often occupied by a local rock band trying to make a name for itself. Busty women in corsets fling around the stripper polls and dance in the cages to the alternative music blaring through the speakers. The large wooden bar in the center of the room is filled with tattooed folks sharing stories about being on the road and days gone by. The walls have all the typical bar trimmings, including neon beer signs and electronic dartboards. There are nightly specials throughout the week, including ladies' night and $20 for all you can drink for the guys. Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • Arkadia

    Arkadia

    4441 Collins Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33140

    Conceived and created by eminent designer François Frossard, Arkadia at the Fontainebleau is one of Miami Beach's newest playgrounds. This indoor-outdoor lounge with 25 tables and two full-service bars can hold as many as 300 guests. The space is covered in laser-cut gold mirrors, creating the illusion of a giant jewelry box's interior. The lounge's name is inspired by the arcade that once occupied the spot in the '70s and '80s. In homage to the past, walls leading to the bathrooms feature copies of vintage magazine articles, photos, and memorabilia of the old arcade. Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • Art Bar

    Art Bar

    300 SW First Ave. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
    954-525-0044

    http://www.artbarftlauderdale.com It can sometimes seem like Art Bar has more girls in booty shorts working out on the sidewalks of Riverfront than it does patrons enjoying themselves inside the club. Although free entry and free drinks for ladies before 1 a.m. is a pretty good incentive to get both guys and girls through the door, it's a tougher sell to get them to stay there. The interior -- with two levels, draped curtains, and dark mood lighting -- has the look of a smaller-scale South Beach club, though perhaps one that's seen better, less grimy days. The main room has three full-liquor bars with scantily clad bartenders serving some of the most shoddily prepared drinks we've seen, especially the free drinks for the girls. The ratio of alcohol to sugar water is likely to cause diabetes before an actual buzz. Still, the dance floor usually fills out on weekend nights, hosting a crowd of budget-conscious young people booty-shaking to a DJ who plays a mix of Top 40s, dance, and hip-hop. A second, smaller room in the back does offer another dimension to Art Bar, and one could even imagine it being kind of cool in there -- maybe even somewhat “artsy” -- if only the place had the courage to do something slightly out of the box. A Riverfront staple through and through, Art Bar should probably stop living in the past and start catering to the more eclectic, slightly higher-brow demographic of young people that's steadily growing in Fort Lauderdale. Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • Aruba Beach Cafe

    Aruba Beach Cafe

    1 E. Commercial Blvd. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308
    954-776-0001

    http://www.arubabeachcafe.com As far as bars go, Aruba Beach Cafe is quintessential South Florida livin'. It hasn't really changed much since it opened in 1983. Both tourists and locals frequent this classically Floridian (read: pastel-colored), upbeat eatery located on the water next to the Commercial Boulevard Pier. In addition to a menu of delectable seafood entrees, two bars offer fruity cocktails, serious cocktails, and the company of locals and tourists. The menu includes seafood favorites like conch fritters, a fresh mahi-mahi sandwich, and the blackened seafood trio, plus turf specialties like the Aruba burger and the goat cheese salad. Watching the beach through the vast ceiling-to-floor windows may be the main draw, but people also love the laid-back atmosphere. Flip-flop your way in to hear live music any day of the week. Steel drums provide island versions of your Top 40 favorites. The hardest choice you'll have to make will be between indoor seating with a view or outdoor seating overlooking the beach. After all, Aruba's sandy spot next door to Commercial Boulevard fishing pier makes it the bona fide beach spot in a village of beach spots. Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • Atlantis at Paradise Island Resort and Casino

    Casino Drive Wilton Manors, FL 33305
    242-363-3000

  • Atomic

    Atomic

    2232 Wilton Drive Wilton Manors, FL 33305
    954-630-3556

    http://www.myspace.com/clubboom

  • Atomic Boom

    Atomic Boom

    2232 Wilton Drive Wilton Manors, FL 33305
    954-630-3556

    http://www.myspace.com/clubboom There's always something going on at Boom, whether you're a boy on the hunt for a fellow guy or a girl who just wants to sing karaoke. Boom has two rooms featuring everything from video poker to music videos that play Cher, Lady Gaga, and all of your favorite icons. Bounce from the more subdued bar area in one room to the robust nightlife scene complete with stage in the larger second room. Bulbous white lanterns hang from the ceiling, alone with a robotic-looking metal light fixture. Come for free pool on Wednesday nights or tea dances on Sundays. Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • Atrio Restaurant & Wine Room at Conrad Miami

    Atrio Restaurant & Wine Room at Conrad Miami

    1395 Brickell Ave. Miami, FL 33131
    305-503-6529

    http://conradhotels.hilton.com Atrio Restaurant is a bit stuffy and serious, but that's not surprising -- it's nestled in the Conrad Miami, a hotel frequented primarily by business travelers. But situated on the 25th floor of the building, within floor-to-ceiling windows and romantic balconies, Atrio boasts a beautiful view of Brickell. The menu and culinary direction, though, have suffered from some chef-shuffling in the past few years. First it produced "Asian-Latin-influenced progressive American cuisine" under the helm of Michael Gilligan, went through a four-month period with no culinary director, and then transferred hands to Jonathan McCann, who produces mainly American comfort food with few flourishes. While hearty but small portions of Angus filet with béarnaise sauce ($36) and roasted halibut served with a polenta cake, fava beans, and radish slaw ($35) are certainly satisfying, the prices suggest more cutting-edge execution or creative ingredient pairing. Some more interesting choices include an appetizer of smoked duck carpaccio served with celery root salad and truffle vinaigrette ($15) and stuffed rabbit saddle that comprises a braised leg, zucchini ribbons, and olive jus ($28). Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • The Awarehouse

    The Awarehouse

    550 NW 29th St. Miami, FL 33127
    305-576-4004

    http://www.acustronic.com Awarehouse is a renovated 20,000-square-foot space located in the Wynwood Art District. It is a multi-use cultural and artistic hub. Management curates musical performances by major indie-acts, or rents out the space for corporate events. It also houses Luis Perez Galeria, which showcases paintings and other artwork; and Acustronic, a music label and production studio. Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

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