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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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  • Foster's Shak

    225 Belvedere Road West Palm Beach, FL 33401

  • Foster's Too

    5780 Okeechobee Blvd. West Palm Beach, FL 33417

    A favored watering hole for locals and insomniacs. It closes at 5 a.m. and reopens at 7 a.m., just enough time to hit the Denny's and refuel the gut for round two. Read more about Foster's Too >>

  • Fox

    Fox's Sherron Inn

    6030 S. Dixie Highway South Miami, FL 33143

    If your stomach is growling as loudly as the saucy cougar who's trying to persuade you to buy her one of this joint's notoriously stiff martinis, you shouldn't shy away from the menu. Because the food listed inside is high-quality pub fare. All the usual suspects are here: burgers, chicken fingers, fries. The French dip ($9.95)? It's the dippiest. Speaking of things that are French, there are also frogs' legs in garlic butter ($18.95), hopping with flavor. And the fried chicken? Well, let's just say you'll be licking your fingers - kind of like what will happen after a few more drinks with said cougar. So slink on in for some clandestine fun, good grub, and maybe, just maybe, a roll in the big-cat hay. Read more about Fox's Sherron Inn >>

  • Fraternal Order of Police, Lodge 50

    885 62nd Drive N. West Palm Beach, FL 33415

  • Freddie

    Freddie's Anchor Sports Grill

    2312 SW Fourth Ave. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33315

    Entering Freddie's Anchor feels like getting onboard a tugboat. Life preservers decorate the outside, and the nautical theme continues inside, where the lights go dim and the foggy air fills with sounds of cue-ball clacks and locals bitching about something. It's a neighborhood bar that feels as close to the middle of nowhere as you can get in east Lauderdale; it's located next to a giant graveyard and a Hess station. Freddie's is nothing fancy, but the space is big enough to hide away or come in with a party of ten. Plus, it has great chicken wings. Read more about Freddie's Anchor Sports Grill >>

  • Freddy Walsh's Pub

    1390 SW 12th Ave. Pompano Beach, FL 33069

  • Freddy's Pub

    6422 Brandywine Drive N. Margate, FL 33063

  • The French Quarter

    831 N. Federal Highway Hallandale Beach, FL 33009

  • Fritz & Franz Bierhaus

    Fritz & Franz Bierhaus

    60 Merrick Way Coral Gables, FL 33134
    305-774-1883 After closing his short-lived upscale-food venture, Da Capo (an odd Floribbean/Creole/Mediterranean/Austrian joint), chef/owner Harald Neuberg redesigned this large room to serve the stuff for which he became beloved at the old Mozart Stube: traditional German and Austrian fare, in a convivial college-sports-bar ambiance complete with servers in St. Pauli Girl garb. Schnitzels are superior. So are sausages, available as entrées or in tapas-style portions. There's one special each night, and Wednesday offers a worthy haxen abend -- a roast pork shank roughly the size of Everglades National Park. But dieters are also well served with a mixed salatteller of three salads. Choice is up to the diner, but a combo of gurken (cucumber), shredded karrotten (carrot), and kraut (white cabbage) is highly recommended, owing to their balanced, not-too-vinegary marinades that allow the veggies' individual flavors to come through. Naturally, there's a good selection of hefty German beers, which makes Fritz & Franz's annual Oktoberfest party the most fun and authentic in town. Try the Koenig Ludwig Weisbier, the Warsteiner, or Das Boot -- two liters of the amber brew poured into a giant glass boot so coveted by regulars that you must leave your driver's license as insurance that the restaurant will get it back. Read more about Fritz & Franz Bierhaus >>

  • Fritz & Franz Bierhaus

    2861 E. Commercial Blvd. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308
    954-530-6147 Capsule description: Fritz & Franz in Fort Lauderdale is the second location from owner Harald Neuweg. The menu offers mostly Bavarian fare, with a variety of bratwurst and sausages as well as traditional appetizers such as pretzels with cottage-cream cheese dip and sides like spatzle and traditional German salad. Waiters are sometimes clad in traditional garb and are eager to offer samplings of beers from four German breweries and describe some of the less common dishes. Read more about Fritz & Franz Bierhaus >>

  • Frog

    1325 N. Federal Highway Delray Beach, FL 33483-5919

  • The Frog and Toad

    The Frog and Toad

    5782 Powerline Road Oakland Park, FL 33309
    954-491-3697 A terrific representative of the cherished British pub, this cheerfully decorated, low-ceilinged tavern looks like a hobbit hole. But the feed is more for giants than little people -- outstanding mussels in curry sauce, fish and chips that ooze fresh appeal, and meaty bangers and mash simultaneously fill the Anglophile and native Brit. Entertainment by way of weekly trivia contests, board games, wide-screen TV soccer matches, and just darned good people-watching add to the pub's flair. As does the multitude of frog figurines and kitschy collectibles, many donated by Frog fans, that provide the gist of the décor. Read more about The Frog and Toad >>

  • Ft Lauderdale Ale House

    2861 N Federal Highway Fort Lauderdale, FL 33306-1425

  • Funhouse

    313 Clematis St. West Palm Beach, FL 33401

  • The Funky Biscuit

    The Funky Biscuit

    303 SE Mizner Blvd. Boca Raton, FL 33432
    561-395-2929 The Funky Biscuit brings a new type of casual atmosphere to the surrounding Mizner Park area. Vast in size, the venue has a large stage near the entrance that plays home to live musical acts and local aspiring comedians. Adjacent to the stage is an enormous marble bar with mirrored shelving and a few large flat-screen TVs. Vintage rock 'n' roll photos and artwork decorate the dark walls, making the bar feel like an old New York rock joint. Stocked with a full liquor bar and beer options as well as a few small-plate options, the Funky Biscuit provides the local college scene and 30-somethings with a laid-back option within the Boca Raton nightlife scene. Read more about The Funky Biscuit >>

  • Funky Buddha Lounge

    Funky Buddha Lounge

    2621 N. Federal Highway Boca Raton, FL 33431
    561-368-4643 Boca Raton may be known for catering to a more uppity -- and gray-haired -- crowd, but the Funky Buddha Lounge is everything but just that. Located in a nondescript strip plaza on Federal Highway, the only thing to catch your eye is the blue neon sign. Inside, you'll find a charming and cozy lounge to kick back with some friends, craft beer, and maybe a hookah. The space is dimly lit, the atmosphere laid-back, and the patrons reflect that chilled-out attitude. The smell of incense wafts through the air, and the burnt-sienna-colored walls are adorned in paintings and artwork from local creatives. Wooden tables and couches illuminated by candles fill the center of the room, while a bar takes up the back wall. An elevated stage sits on one end of the room and houses a variety of live music acts – touring and local – as well as open-mic participants. Whether a craft beer or kava is your choice of beverage, there is a menu packed with quite a variety of choices, as well as special in-house brew creations. Read more about Funky Buddha Lounge >>

  • Funky Buddha Brewery

    1201 NE 38th St. Oakland Park, FL 33334
    954-440-0046 Funky Buddha is leading the way for the local beer brewing scene in Broward County. The new, state-of-the-art brewery facility in downtown Oakland Park features an enormous tap room with a modern look, flat-screen TVs behind the bar displaying the roster of home-brewed beers currently on tap, and high-top table seating to comfortably accommodate hundreds of guests. Peer behind the large glass windows separating the tap room from the brewing warehouse to get a glimpse of where all that delicious beer comes from before it reaches your taste buds. Besides a wide, rotating selection of craft beers, from the crisp Passionfruit Berliner Weiss to the darker No Crusts PB&J Ale, the Funky Buddha Brewery also features a bocce ball court and plenty of cornhole boards to keep visitors entertained. Stop by to stock up on your favorite brews, hang out and watch a game, and be sure to check in during special events for live music, food trucks, and a bustling crowd of local enthusiasts. Read more about Funky Buddha Brewery >>

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