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Stache 1920's Drinking Den

Stache 1920's Drinking Den

This party enclave caters to the hip: the chic, live-music lovers and those looking for a serious cocktail and a sexy time. The 5,000-square-foot space opened in fall 2013 and boasts gorgeous décor throughout the three-level club.


Lake Worth's indie-music hot spot, Propaganda has the monopoly on good local, original music most nights of the week. If a local band hasn't played the spot, it won't be long.
B.B. King's Restaurant & Blues Club

B.B. King's Restaurant & Blues Club

Catch live blues, rock, reggae, funk, and other acts at this CityPlace venue, where the menu is as soulful as the music. Prices are moderate, though for a few acts, there's a cover charge and limited seating, especially when B.B. and Lucille show up.

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  • Brass Monkey Tavern

    Brass Monkey Tavern

    7781 Lake Worth Road Lake Worth, FL 33467

    Brass Monkey Tavern, a casual neighborhood restaurant and sports bar in western Lake Worth, caters to both the lunch and the late-night party crowd. The restaurant serves $6.95 lunch specials daily and a full menu of seafood, steaks, and bar fare until 10 p.m. For entertainment, the two-room establishment offers two pool tables, a large projection screen that shows sports and UFC fights, videogames, and live rock bands on Saturday nights. Sports fans tend to support the Miami Dolphins, but some Steelers and Jets fans hang out here too. The rectangular Cheers-style bar is home to a bustling local scene. Brass Monkey Tavern offers two-for-one happy-hour specials on well, call, and select premium pours every day from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Read more about Brass Monkey Tavern >>

  • Brass Ring Pub

    Brass Ring Pub

    10998 Okeechobee Blvd. Royal Palm Beach, FL 33411-1331
    561-296-4563 This West Palm Beach favorite offers a solid bar burger made with half a pound of grilled beef purchased from local butcher Nebraska Meats. The Brass Ring Pub's hand-shaped burgers are cooked to order in sight, and the use of lava rocks adds a smoky flavor. This isn’t a gourmet burger joint, so the choices are somewhat limited. Stick with the classic, or upgrade to include mushrooms, bacon, and/or cheese. Feeling fancy? Try the spicy burger topped with blue cheese. Read more about Brass Ring Pub >>

  • Brass Ring Pub

    200 Us Highway 1 Lake Park, FL 33403-3552
    561-848-4748 Regulars return for the hot burgers and the cold beer served in frosted mugs at this Lake Park pub. A place for serious drinking and relaxed chatter, it's typically an easy feat to strike up a conversation with a bartender or fellow patron. The façade of the Brass Ring is nothing to write home about, but the fans aren't coming for the décor but for things like pool tables, TVs blasting sports, and wallet-friendly orders of wings. Read more about Brass Ring Pub >>

  • Breathe


    401 W. Atlantic Ave. Delray Beach, FL 33444

  • Brian Boru

    Brian Boru's Irish Pub

    7201 Lake Worth Road Lake Worth, FL 33467

    An enormous pool hall and Irish restaurant and bar in western Lake Worth, Brian Boru's offers 12 Simonis cloth pool tables to bar patrons and county and regional tournaments for the American Poolplayers Association. The pub's two bars, a small one in front and a long one that runs along the side wall opposite the pool tables, are lined with televisions. Sports games and UFC fights appear larger than life on the pub's six giant projection screens. Brian Boru's offers several food and drink specials throughout the week. Happy hour starts when the pub opens and runs until 7 p.m., wit all liquor drinks half-priced and select beers $2 for bottles and $1.25 for drafts. During games, domestic buckets cost $11 and import buckets $13. Between 9 p.m. and midnight on Thursday, patrons flip a coin with the bartender to see who buys the drink. During the weekday happy hour, appetizers are half off and pool is free from 4 to 6 p.m. The kitchen is open until the bar closes at 5 a.m. and serves breakfast between 1 and 5 a.m. Read more about Brian Boru's Irish Pub >>

  • Briny Irish Club

    Briny Irish Club

    280 SW Second St. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301

    Like owner Mike Brennan's other Broward County pubs (Dicey Riley's and the Briny Irish Pubs at Riverfront and in Pompano Beach), Briny Irish Club's design is eclectic. From wall to wall and all across the ceiling, the entire venue is covered with guitars, surfboards, hobby planes, and photos of rock and pop stars from Jerry Garcia to Billy Corgan and Eminem. You could spend an entire night trying to break down the meaning behind this seemingly excessive ornamentation, but it's much more fun to let it fade into the background and have a drink. Besides, the long, broad, dark-wood bartop, where the drinking action happens, has its own allure. The bar's vibe crosses the unbridled energy of downtown Fort Lauderdale's Himmarshee party scene with the propriety of a neighborhood pub. Live bands play on Friday nights, and a VJ plays dance music that's synchronized with all of the bar's flat-screen televisions on Saturday nights. Various drink specials, such as $2 Miller and Bud Light drafts, are on all the time. Read more about Briny Irish Club >>

  • Briny Irish Pub

    Briny Irish Pub

    3440 E. Atlantic Blvd. Pompano Beach, FL 33062
    954-942-3159 A "traditional" Irish bar located smack dab on the corner of Sleazy Street and NE Drunk Avenue in Pompano. Really doesn't sound like it should work, right? But the clientele that packs the Briny every night (especially Saturday night, when Rob Rage, the Briny's own rock 'n' roll cover band, plays) doesn't give a shit. They're just there to drink, shout incoherently, and hope the room stops spinning before they get thrust out upon the beach at 2 a.m. Actually, it's easy to think the room's spinning even if you're not drunk, since the bar is cluttered with kitschy Florida décor (mounted fish, thick ropes, life preservers, photos of people holding mounted fish and life preservers) and other assorted oddities such as encyclopedias. A word to the bar fight-inclined: The Briny has an extra-long bar top, perfect for throwing the raving lunatic hitting on your girlfriend down the bar, where your friend will have hastily set up a pyramid of beer bottles for him to smack into. Read more about Briny Irish Pub >>

  • Briny Irish Pub

    Briny Irish Pub

    3045 N. Federal Highway Fort Lauderdale, FL 33306

  • Briny Riverfront Bar and Restaurant

    Briny Riverfront Bar and Restaurant

    305 S. Andrews Ave. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
    954-376-4742 Along the New River downtown, Briny Riverfront offers customers two worlds. Outside, a nautical theme dominates with canoes, buoys strung along the ceiling like Christmas lights, and tables supported by barrels allegedly holding your favorite booze: Guinness and Bailey's, among others. You can watch million-dollar yachts cruise through the neighborhood or sit watching one of the many TVs broadcasting news or sports. Move inside and suddenly the bar's heart pumps green blood instead of pirate's grog. Lots of wood and Irish knickknacks hark back to the motherland. Inside or out, Briny provides a comfortable break from the disco fever that pervades the rest of Himmarshee. Read more about Briny Riverfront Bar and Restaurant >>

  • Brogues Downunder

    Brogues Downunder

    621 Lake Ave. Lake Worth, FL 33460
    561-585-1885 This gathering spot could be right in the heart of County Kerry, so authentic is the dŽcor. All things Gaelic are at this cornerstone pub in downtown Lake Worth, where late-nighters take in the live entertainment. Food is both American pub and Irish -- smoked Irish salmon, chicken tenders, and cheddar and crab jalape-o poppers sit side by side on the apps menu. Main plates include standards: fish and chips, bangers and mash, shepherd's pie, or sausages on a roll and corned beef. Sesame-crusted salmon, a New York strip, chicken Alfredo, and other non-Gaelic dishes round out the menu. A bread pudding serves as an homage to sweet things the Emerald Isle cooks can turn out. Beer's the thing at the huge bar that sits center room, though scotch and whiskey take a close second. Pub tables and chairs ring the rest of the room. Out back in the Banshee Room (you can reserve it for private events), shoot pool or play darts. There's live entertainment nightly, and it gets crowded on some weekends. It hosts one of the largest St. Patrick's Day events in the area. Read more about Brogues Downunder >>

  • The Broken Shaker

    The Broken Shaker

    2727 Indian Creek Drive Miami Beach, FL 33140
    305-531-2727 Although there is an increasing trend toward thoughtful cocktail consumption, the Broken Shaker boys did it better, making their own ginger beer — swirling cucumbers, fennel, and gin to become punch-ified — and perfecting classics like the Manhattan. Cofounders Elad Zvi and Gabriel Orta have a true passion for mixology that reinvents the cocktail wheel. They built everything at the Broken Shaker with their own hands. The interior space is homey, and the garden offers comfy couches and twinkling lights under starry skies. No guest list, no attitude, no lines. The place is much like a lover you might meet during aimless summertime travels. It's difficult to give your heart to someone (or something) that you know in advance will leave -- it was originally a pop-up bar. Yet this place claimed our love, and left. But, fortunately, it decided to come back, and we’re forever in its debt. Read more about The Broken Shaker >>

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  • BT

    BT's Gentlemen's Club

    5922 S. Dixie Highway South Miami, FL 33143

    This South Miami strip club offers all the basic amenities. There are fully naked women dancing on a stage around poles for tips, indoor smoking, 2 for 1 drink specials, and VIP dances. The club is comfortable if not luxurious, and the women are attractive. Weekend nights offer the most activity with patrons and dancers crowding the space till early morning. Weekdays are the perfect time for beer bucket specials from 3-7p.m. Read more about BT's Gentlemen's Club >>

  • Buccaneer Lounge & Liquor

    Buccaneer Lounge & Liquor

    2470 N. Federal Highway Lighthouse Point, FL 33064

    This Pompano neighborhood bar is for storytellers. Sure, the bartender will tell you, sometimes they're the same stories. You'll be the thousandth ear that's heard that Buccaneer regular, the middle-aged ex-yachtie or rabble-rouser, relate the time he got pulled over with rum and pot. Spoiler: The cop let him go -- phew. But here you're among friends. And you'll listen to him tell his story 1,000 more times if you decide to dock at this bar that also functions as a liquor store. Tucked away off Federal Highway in Pompano, in the back of a shopping plaza, the Buccaneer is as inconspicuous as a bar gets. The side that faces the plaza is a liquor store. The only way to get to the bar is through the store or around the back along a small neighborhood street. Don't miss the small round window with the neon sign that reads "Bar." That's your only landmark. (Well, that and the door that's usually open.) Once inside, the mural will transport you to the islands. But good conversation and good stories will make you realize why you love the neighborhood again. Read more about Buccaneer Lounge & Liquor >>

  • Buddha Sky Bar

    Buddha Sky Bar

    217 E. Atlantic Ave. Delray Beach, FL 33444
    561-450-7557 Perched on top of the historical Powers building in Delray Beach, Buddha Sky Bar is housed inside of a newly constructed glass solarium, allowing diners to enjoy fiery sunsets and shimmering stars. Come-hither, over-sized booths and plush, red pillows create an intimate space to relax and enjoy the view. The sushi bar offers a wide selection of unique rolls such as the Eel Coconut roll which includes eel, avocado, toasted coconut and an apple cider eel sauce as well as inspired variations on classic sushi rolls. The menu also includes wok entrees such as Korean BBQ ribs and the Truffle Wasabi Filet with Asparagus and Lotus root. Yakitori (think Japanese kebob) and other grilled items are prepared on a Binchotan charcoal grill -- common in East Asia but are a rare treat in South Florida. The sky bar's eclectic signature drinks like the Asian Coconut Caipirinha and the Samurai Tsunami will have you feeling enlightened in no time! Read more about Buddha Sky Bar >>

  • Buddy

    Buddy's Singer Island Pub

    2401 Beach Court West Palm Beach, FL 33404

  • Bull Bar

    Bull Bar

    2 E. Atlantic Ave. Delray Beach, FL 33444
    561-274-8001 At the beginning (or end, depending on how you look at it) of Delray Beach's downtown strip on Atlantic Avenue is the Bull Bar. Named after the bullhead dolphin, the tiny but extremely lively bar is one of the more laid-back spots on “the Ave.” There are no red velvet ropes, jeans are acceptable, and a casual attitude is found among the patrons. A wooden bar extends along the left side of the bar, and a tiny stage hangs toward the back. The interior is mostly wooden and pays homage to the folks who spend their lives at sea. Because of its size, the watering hole is usually quite cramped, but the bartenders rarely leave a glass dry. Read more about Bull Bar >>

  • Burger & Beer Joint

    Burger & Beer Joint

    1766 Bay Road Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-672-3287 This South Beach hangout has more attitude than a Hell's Angel. OK, perhaps that's pushing it a little, but it's a sports bar, lounge, and restaurant that is definitely more than just a tatted-up Mickey D's. (This should come as no surprise, because it is the creation of Automatic Slims' conceptual owner and a former GM from SushiSamba.) An upstairs lounge, open 9 p.m. to 5 a.m. Fridays and Saturdays and now Mondays for poker, is a great getaway for locals who love to rock, especially when bands perform. It boasts eight TV sets, green chalkboard walls, an oval bar, and a purple-cloth pool table. B&B's sports bar is where you can also find folks drinkin' and smokin' from happy hour on. With 99 types of beer, an incredible wine list, a full bar, and a cocktail menu with selections named "Harry Palmer," "Lowrider," and "Daisy Duke," you can bet patrons stay until the wee hours. But the focal point is the restaurant, where carnivores can customize a burger with a choice of a half- or full pound of free-range beef, Kobe, or turkey; four buns; eight types of cheese; grilled toppings; a selection of unique sauces (we're partial to the Atomic horseradish, tarragon rémoulade, and chipotle ketchup); raw veggies; and "Pure Platinum" toppings such as foie gras ($13) and truffle demi ($8). The least expensive cheeseburger runs about $10.75, but the "Stairway to Heaven," with Kobe, foie, and the demi, rings in at a whopping $39. Whatever you partake of, throw the thoughts of keeping kosher out the window and pair your beef with a deep-fried Twinkie and an adult milkshake (we love the "O Face" and "Money Shot"), made with Edy's ice cream right from the case. Even the kiddies will get a kick out of this joint, especially because they get their own menu and crayons with which to deface the tabletops. Hell, if you're feeling rebellious, pick up a Crayola too. Read more about Burger & Beer Joint >>

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