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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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  • Club Venu and StarBar

    200 W. Broward Blvd. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33311

  • Congas Night Club

    Congas Night Club

    2079 N. University Drive Plantation, FL 33322
    954-749-9669 Congas Nightclub features live bands and DJs who play the spectrum of Latin music from salsa to merengue to reggaeton and even spin a little bit of house and hip-hop. Congas' understated storefront is located in the back of a Plantation strip mall between a Goodwill and a Chinese buffet. With 1,700-plus likes on its Facebook page, Congas has a strong following among the Latin American community in Fort Lauderdale's western suburbs. The club is open Thursday through Saturday nights. There's no cover on Thursdays, when you can get your hands on $3 well drinks and domestics. During the Friday-night happy hour, from 8 to 10 p.m., all food and drinks are half-priced. Cover on Friday is $5, and on Saturday it's $10. Read more about Congas Night Club >>

  • Connolly's Sports Bar

    6376 Forest Hill Blvd. West Palm Beach, FL 33415

  • Connolly

    Connolly's Sports Bar and Grill

    10045 Belvedere Road West Palm Beach, FL 33411
    561-795-0403 Connolly's in Royal Palm Beach prides itself on being a local neighborhood bar. The smoker-friendly establishment invites regulars to hang out and have a few drinks among friends. Play tabletop games, or shoot pool for free after 11 p.m. Check out live bands Wednesday through Friday. Read more about Connolly's Sports Bar and Grill >>

  • Copp'r Cup Cocktail Lounge

    620 E. Las Olas Blvd. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301

  • Corbett

    Corbett's Sports Bar & Grill

    12721 S. Dixie Highway Pinecrest, FL 33156
    305-238-0823 This locals' joint tucked into the corner of a Pinecrest strip mall features wooden booths, a central bar, darts, foosball, and billiards. You'll also find standard furnishings such as multiple TV sets and a jukebox. Smoking is allowed inside the sports-heavy establishment, which boasts a varied liquor selection. Typical bar eats such as sliders and poppers are also available. Corbett's is known for its friendly, longtime staff and above-average customer service. Read more about Corbett's Sports Bar & Grill >>

  • Corner Pub

    Corner Pub

    1915 N. Andrews Ave. Wilton Manors, FL 33311

    A quasi-dive in Wilton Manors (dive by Wilton Manors standards), Corner Pub offers one of the area's darker spots to be left alone or play it casual. Maroon walls and minimal lighting keep it dim, two pool tables take up most of the back area, and typical bar decorations, like Fosters and Sam Adams signs, hang on the walls. But fun accents like the leopard seats and charming artwork help you remember what neighborhood you're in. Owners Anthony Pignanelli and former Cubby Hole bartender Shannon Henne aren't too shabby to look at either. Read more about Corner Pub >>

  • The Corner

    The Corner

    1035 N. Miami Ave. Miami, FL 33136
    305-961-7887 This speakeasy/bistro impresses with imported 150-year-old wood-beam bar construction and a giant mirror. More than 50 beers, specialty cocktails, and inventive light fare characterize this late-night neighborhood bar’s offerings. The joint stays up till 8 a.m. on weekends and neighbors Club Space and an artist residency program. Read more about The Corner >>

  • Couco Pazzo

    917 Lake Ave. Lake Worth, FL 33460-3731

  • The Cove Restaurant and Marina

    The Cove Restaurant and Marina

    1754 SE Third Court Deerfield Beach, FL 33441
    954-421-9272 In a word, "massive." The Cove is one of the largest bar/restaurants in the area, with an indoor seating area the size of any respectable restaurant, plus a stage, a bar that counts itself the centerpiece of the room, and several outdoor areas. One of these sits right on the water, so boaters can dock, eat, and sail without ever stepping indoors. Read more about The Cove Restaurant and Marina >>

  • Cowboy

    Cowboy's Saloon

    1805 S. University Drive Davie, FL 33324
    954-476-0063 Wednesdays and Fridays are ladies' nights at Cowboy's Saloon, a surprisingly expansive bar, restaurant, and line-dance hall housed in between a Bed Bath & Beyond and a Pet Supermarket in a Davie strip mall off of University Drive. Ladies and gents with a hankering for some boots-knockin' will want to stop by on either of these nights, when the Bud Light flows like water and the local Hooters girls come out after a long, hard shift for some late-night bull riding. Cowboys sporting tight black V-neck T's, hats, leather cuff bracelets, and authentic Southern drawls serve drinks from behind the bar; and gals stamp their boots on the wooden line-dance floor with all the sass of Dolly Parton. But you don't have to be a horse-ridin', gun-shooting', tobacco-spittin' wrangler to enjoy a night out at Cowboy's. Folks from all walks of life can be spotted hanging out and letting loose at this relaxed and welcoming suburban watering hole. Read more about Cowboy's Saloon >>

  • Crafti Bar

    21 W Las Olas Blvd. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301

  • Crane

    Crane's BeachHouse Hotel & Tiki Bar

    82 Gleason St. Delray Beach, FL 33483
    561-278-1700 Crane's Beach House Hotel & Tiki Bar is a local paradise, a luxurious resort recalling exotic locales right in our backyard. Established in 2001 by Michael Crane, it's the kind of all-purpose hideaway equally suitable for parties and vacations both long and short. If you stay in one of the 27 guest suites, you'll have access to heated swimming pools, a waterfall, hammocks, and the Tiki Bar, which is also available for corporate events, wedding receptions, and other private parties. For that, there's a series of party packages you can purchase, like the Non-Private Bar Group Package for Thursday, Friday, and Saturday evenings. The Tiki Bar features weekly live entertainment - check the website's calendar - and house drinks, like its own Mike A Rita. If you're not the kind to stay tucked away and partying, the spot's in a prime location, with easy access to Atlantic Avenue's shops, the Morikami Gardens, and the beach, located right across the street. Call for reservations. Read more about Crane's BeachHouse Hotel & Tiki Bar >>

  • Croccos Restaurant & Nightclub

    3101 N. Federal Highway Oakland Park, FL 33306-1018

  • Crow's Nest Tavern

    1224 S. Dixie Highway Hollywood, FL 33020-5947

  • Cruzan Rum Bar

    11511 Ellison Wilson Road North Palm Beach, FL 33408-3101

  • Cubby Hole

    Cubby Hole

    823 N. Federal Highway Fort Lauderdale, FL 33304
    954-728-9001 The Cubby Hole is a gay neighborhood watering hole that dubs itself "the best little butch bar in Fort Lauderdale." A dimly lit, downtown hangout, the place somehow seems both rustic and urban, with brick and blue wooden walls, a platform with three dance poles, and cute, colorful lamps. The one-room juke joint features a pool table that costs 50 cents to play, except on Tuesdays, when it's free. There are various drink specials throughout the week, such as underwear night on Mondays and Wednesdays, when being underdressed gets you two-for-one drinks from 9 p.m. to close, and Thursdays, when bare chests get you the same special. Friday nights are $10 beer busts - all the drafts you can drink. On Saturday nights, dancers showcase their moves and bodies on the platform in one corner of the room. The bar serves pub fare, such as sandwiches, wings, and "butch" burgers. The Cubby Hole fronts Federal Highway, but the entrance is in the back. Read more about Cubby Hole >>

  • Cucina Dell

    Cucina Dell'Arte

    257 Royal Poinciana Way Palm Beach, FL 33480
    561-655-0770 Is it a club or a restaurant? Both. After 10 p.m., the tables are swept away and the disco ball starts twirling at this Italian eatery in Palm Beach on the north strip's restaurant row. At any given moment, find celebs, beautiful people, and wannabes from across the bridge sitting with the tourists or achieving critical mass on the dance floor into the wee hours every night. Foods are more often above rather than below average, but it's frequently anyone's guess - and always pricey, even at lunch. Pack a fat wallet to dine here unless you want only a pizza (not at all a bad choice). A big group of pastas, meats and seafood dishes - a whole bronzino is often a special - round out the large Trattoria-like dinner menu. Main plate salads and panini win the raves at lunch. While food is served late night, it's best to plan only to drink and dance. It's an al fresco restaurant, with tables behind and around the central bar, but dedicated sidewalk seating is available. Read more about Cucina Dell'Arte >>

  • Cugini Grille & Martini Bar

    Cugini Grille & Martini Bar

    270 E. Atlantic Ave. Delray Beach, FL 33444
    561-274-6244 Seafood, steaks, and deliciously creative extras rule the menu at Delray Beach's Cugini Grille, which offers daily martini specials, a happy hour Monday through Friday from 4 to 7 p.m., and a more cheaply priced menu at lunch. It's dinnertime, though, when the spotlight dishes shine: The pan-roasted halibut ($28) comes with shiitake mushrooms, artichoke hearts, mashed red bliss potatoes, and a braised escarole in a sherry wine sauce; the twin lamb chops ($36) are served with asparagus and a mint drizzle; the house favorites include the "big" surf and turf, a market-priced grilled ten-ounce Maine tail plus a ten-ounce filet mignon with drawn butter, burgundy demi glace, and sautéed spinach. There's also a solid burger ($14), topped with apple-wood smoked bacon. Worth checking out as well is the nine-for-nine bucks lunch, which includes penne Bolognese and chicken misto. Private party rooms are available if you want to dine this lusciously among friends, and even on a crowded night, the service here is good. Beautiful ten-ounce martinis - all subject to the aforementioned specials - round it all out; the "watermelon sunshine," with its splash of Dekuyper Watermelon Pucker, is charmingly Floridian. Read more about Cugini Grille & Martini Bar >>

  • Culture Room

    Culture Room

    3045 N. Federal Highway Fort Lauderdale, FL 33306
    954-564-1074 It's hot, loud, and way too crowded. But would you expect anything less from a rock club? The Culture Room books an eclectic mix of bands. On any given week they might have David Allan Coe, the Misfits, Johnny Winter, a local group of hardcore rockers, and northern Europe's meanest-sounding death metal makers. What sets the Culture Room apart from the other hot and sweaty clubs around, though, isn't necessarily what goes on atop the large stage; it's the nice, refreshing atmosphere just outside the main concert room. If you don't care so much about seeing your favorite rock stars up close, in the flesh, you can still rock out a few feet away, under the beautiful Florida sky — and watch a video projection of the show while you sip a beer. Or if you're really hardcore, as you pound Jägermeister and break the bottle over your own head. Read more about Culture Room >>

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