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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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  • C&I Studios

    C&I Studios

    541 NW 1st Ave. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301

  • C&I Studios

    C&I Studios

    541 NW 1st Ave. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
    954-357-3934 Located in a 4,000-square-foot warehouse space in Fort Lauderdale's up-and-coming FAT Village Arts District, C&I Studios is a multipurpose media company and events space with the mission of developing and cultivating an arts scene in South Florida. The massive, open space is host to a smorgasbord of events, from themed art walk parties and $1 movie nights to "Live at C&I," a free concert series showcasing the best in local music. Complete with its own recording studio, wardrobe and makeup area, cycloramic wall, lounge area, and even its own fully stocked and licensed bar, this hip and relaxed spot is for the community — everyone from local creative types to firefighters and cops can be seen hanging out at one of the events. “This is our town, and it is creative,” says founding director Josh Miller of the space. “People just didn't know where to go. Now they do.” Read more about C&I Studios >>

  • Cafeina


    297 NW 23rd St. Miami, FL 33127
    305-438-0792 One day, 23rd Street might resemble Ocean Drive, but for now, it's a dark street on a dark block on a dark side of town. This bar and lounge, the Wynwood Café District's first, is an oasis. The venue includes a spacious outdoor area with couches under glowstick-lit tree branches, a goth-like candlelit interior, an art gallery, and a kitchen helmed by chef Guily Booth, who makes a killer crab cake, according to Martha Stewart. Hoping to lure in pre-party groups, Cafeina offers an ample drink and tapas menu. Dishes come out in no particular order; they include items such as mini Kobe burgers, Moroccan quesadillas ($10), Chicken and chorizo burgers ($9), and mini Cuban sandwiches with lamb ($12). Service is friendly, but later hours are busy. Entertainment includes DJs. Valet parking is available. Read more about Cafeina >>

  • Cagney

    Cagney's Saloon

    5983 S. University Drive Davie, FL 33328

    Cagney's is a true biker bar, with plenty of spots out front to park your ride. Cruise up and refuel your gut with daily happy hours from noon to 6 p.m., because waiting until 5 o'clock for happy hour is for the weak. Check out live and loud rock bands four nights a week, or join a pool team or dart league. With $2 drafts on special, you won't break the bank, even if you do destroy your liver. Change it up with crystal-blue kamikaze shots, made with Crystal Head Vodka, packaged in a glass skull. Read more about Cagney's Saloon >>

  • Calabash Bar & Grill

    2029 Harrison St. Hollywood, FL 33020

  • Camelot


    114 S. Narcissus Ave. West Palm Beach, FL 33401 An upscale lounge dedicated to the "Camelot lifestyle," this West Palm Beach dancehall is, as owner Rodney Mayo puts it, where the "sophisticated South Floridian" comes to party. The place is an homage to the Kennedys' love of the ocean, sailing, and Palm Beach. Inside, the decor is yachty and preppy with framed photos of the Kennedys spread throughout the space as though it were their family's den, a crew boat hanging from the ceiling, and nautical-themed everything. As with many of his establishments, Mayo himself did most of the woodwork inside, from the teak-deck bar top to a DJ booth fashioned to look like the front of a ship and a special lounge area that makes guests appear to be sailing off into the sunset from the back of a boat. Camelot is for members only, so if you couldn't snag one of the 1,000 private membership cards that were issued before the club opened, you'll need to befriend a Camelot VIP member or apply for membership yourself. Read more about Camelot >>

  • Cameo


    1445 Washington Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-532-2667 Once upon a time, Cameo was a theater inhabited by skaters and punks. Trick contests took place in the alley while bands such as the Circle Jerks, 7 Seconds, Fugazi, and Gwar set up inside the large club. Nowadays, Cameo is one of the main clubs in the Opium Group dynasty. The floor plan is similar to that of neighboring Opium family member Mansion; the large main room features a DJ booth on a stage, and the second-floor balcony overlooks it and the dance floor. Depending on the night, partygoers can get a taste of hip-hop, house, or live performances from some of the biggest names in the industry. Read more about Cameo >>

  • Camuso's Lounge

    1925 Northeast 45th St. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308

  • Capone's

    310 SW 2nd St. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312

  • Capone


    310 SW Second Ave. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
    954-524-1969 Capone's on Himmarshee Street in Fort Lauderdale embodies the sort of one-track-mind nightclub that either keeps you coming back for its consistency or sends you running for some place with at least a shred of personality. Things you can count on from Capone's: DJs playing a stream of Top 40s and in-your-face dance hits and well-endowed dancers in fishnets seriously twerking on top of the bars. Things you'll see at Capone's that should probably make you question life a little: old dudes in fedoras standing on top of VIP tables throwing promotional items into the crowd, wobbling drunks leering with predatory eyes at young women, and wads of cash raining over the asses of the girls in fishnets seriously twerking on top of the bars. No, Capone's is not a strip club, but it does sink to a similarly low moral standard. Either way, it's worth stopping in once in a while along your usual bar-hopping route of downtown Fort Lauderdale; the doorman will let you pour your outside drink into a plastic cup rather than throw it out, and the go-go dancers and laser lights will entertain you for at least a few minutes. There's also usually no bathroom line, which comes in handy after a stop at Fat Cat's next door. Read more about Capone's >>

  • Capris Lounge

    1880 Congressional Way Deerfield Beach, FL 33442

  • Captain Tonys

    Captain Tonys

    428 Green St. Key West, FL 33040

  • Casablanca Cafe

    Casablanca Cafe

    3049 Alhambra St. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33304
    954-764-3500 A classy respite from the noise and hubbub at Beach Place, Casablanca Cafe sits on A1A across from Fort Lauderdale Beach in a quasi Mediterranean-style structure. You'll know you've arrived because there is no other establishment as packed for at least half a mile north or south. Sure, there may be a wait, but enjoying the beach and Florida sun is hardly an imposition. The cafe sits on two floors, and though it is mainly a restaurant, a fully stocked, comfortable, nonsmoky bar sits in the back. If you don't feel like sitting at the bar, grab a table outside (seating is available in or out of the sun). The views of the beach and passers-by make the outside an excellent location to throw back some cocktails. Try the berry mojito (the strawberries are big, plump, and fresh), sangria, or any number of specialty drinks. The food and drinks are a bit pricey, but that's what you pay for Moroccan-inspired ambiance and mingling with beach-chic patrons. Read more about Casablanca Cafe >>

  • Casey

    Casey's Irish Sport Bar

    3711 N. Ocean Blvd. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308

    You're likely to run into several Jimmy Buffet doppelgangers while soaking up the sun and the salty sea air at Casey's Irish Sports Bar. Though not located on the beach, Casey's is just a stone's throw away, located in Fort Lauderdale's Beach Palace Hotel Suites on A1A. Though dubbed an Irish sports bar, Casey's has a laid-back, tiki bar vibe complete with friendly locals, balmy breezes, and never-ending Coronas. Pass the time by playing "Margaritaville" on repeat on the bar's jukebox or shooting some pool with friends at the indoor bar. Bar bites include North Carolina BBQ "pork wings", peel and eat shrimp, and 1/2 pound cheeseburgers. Casey's is well stocked with a full bar, domestic and imported bottles. Enjoy a spicy Bloody Mary or a Margarita while chilling poolside. Don't forget your shaker of salt! Read more about Casey's Irish Sport Bar >>

  • Castle Lounge

    Castle Lounge

    840 W. Oakland Park Blvd. Wilton Manors, FL 33311

  • Cava Flamenco Lounge Restaurant

    Cava Flamenco Lounge Restaurant

    3850 SW 8th St. Miami, FL 33134

  • Center Bar

    1 Seminole Way Hollywood, FL 33314

  • Chart House

    Chart House

    3000 Ne 32nd Ave. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308

  • The Chase Nightclub

    2857 E. Oakland Park Blvd. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33306

  • Chauncey's Pub and Grub

    7817 Pines Blvd. Davie, FL 33314

    This casual Pembroke Pines bar could be Broward's hub of karaoke. It offers patrons the chance to take the mic four nights a week. Friday and Saturday, classic-rock covers sate the crowd, which dances along, shoots pool, and throws darts. Read more about Chauncey's Pub and Grub >>

  • Chauncy's Pub and Grub

    7817 Pines Blvd. Hollywood, FL 33024

  • Cheers


    941 E. Cypress Creek Road Fort Lauderdale, FL 33334

  • Cheers Food and Spirits

    Cheers Food and Spirits

    941 E. Cypress Creek Rd Fort Lauderdale, FL 33334
    954-771-6337 In Fort Lauderdale, bars come and go quicker than the tide rolls in, but every now and then, one opens and decades later new generations of locals are filling up the barstools, just like here at Cheers. From neon signs to pool tables and sports memorabilia, the drinking hole has all the quintessential trimmings, but it’s the patrons who give it real character. On weekends, the stage is filled with an array of bands, but during the week, patrons can take their shot on the stage at open-mic night or karaoke. Read more about Cheers Food and Spirits >>

  • Cheers Restaurant and Bar

    8931 W. Oakland Park Blvd. Sunrise, FL 33351

  • Cheetah


    497 NW 31st Ave. Pompano Beach, FL 33069
    954-971-2600 Strip clubs appeal to the simplest impulse of man: sex. So how did we let the strip club become so damned high-concept? Is the modern man really unsatisfied with merely the sight of impossibly gorgeous nude women? Must he also be seated on some regal piece of furniture within a palatial space throbbing with neon, nibbling on an impeccably cooked filet mignon? No, give him a stiff drink and show him some boobs and the modern man's a happy camper. This is the streamlined, classic approach at Cheetah's in Pompano Beach. Five beautiful women are dancing nude on stage while another dozen or so cavort in various states of undress on the club floor, in the VIP areas, or on the 13 "full friction" chairs. The music isn't so deafening that you can't have a conversation. There aren't laser beams shooting off every wall. This place isn't trying to be anything but what it is: a good titty bar. Read more about Cheetah >>

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