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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.
Round Up

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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  • Harrison

    Harrison's Wine Bar

    1916 Harrison St. Hollywood, FL 33020
    954-922-0074 From 5 p.m. to 2 a.m. every night, Harrison's pours wine, bubbly, and cocktails and beer to 30-, 40-, and 50-somethings, to couples, to the occasional singles, and to groups who get really cozy. The setup is ideal: plush couches, dark drapes, and cinder-block walls that seem impenetrable from the outside. The red light from under the bottles and the black light's afterglow add to the sexy atmosphere. Some may want to take their secret to a more private place, so they head to the patio, where private gazebos complete with roll-down screens keep out pesky peepers. Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • Harry

    Harry's Banana Farm

    1919 N. Dixie Highway Lake Worth, FL 33460

    A local dive bar with some big britches, Harry's Banana Farm is a fine place to stop in after a hard day of work for a shot and a beer. Don't make the mistake of just driving by and chuckling at the latest witticism on the sign on front ("More people read this sign than your stupid blog") -- stop in! Make sure you don't order anything fancy - a can of PBR or a bottle of Bud is about Harry's speed - and don't spend too much time examining the plethora of knick-knacks, trinkets and doo-dads festooning the walls, 'cause you'll look like a damn tourist. Penthouse once called this the sleaziest bar in the country (it's not even the sleaziest in Palm Beach County) and there's an, ahem, paperback lending library to boot. Do they serve food? Sure, there's fried stuff, including alligator, and if you make a habit of eating dinner at dive bars, knock yourself out. Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • Havana Hideout

    Havana Hideout

    509 Lake Ave. Lake Worth, FL 33460
    561-585-8444 Surrounded by tiki torches and a canopy of foliage, directly off of the well-trekked Lake Avenue, Havana Hideout feels more like a relaxed backyard party than a stuffy culinary destination. Sit with the sand in your toes in one of several folding chairs and dig into plates of empanadas seasoned with ground beef, shredded cheese, caramelized onions and roasted potatoes, ceviche, quesadillas and tacos. Their pressed Cuban sandwich is legendary. Just ask The Food Network's Guy Fieri, of Diners, Drive-ins and Dives, who came by for a cooking lesson. Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • Henry's Hideaway Crystal Ballroom

    1500 S. Andrews Ave. Pompano Beach, FL 33069

  • HG Roosters

    HG Roosters

    823 Belvedere Road West Palm Beach, FL 33405
    561-832-9119 There's an easy-going kitsch permeating the vibe inside H.G. Rooster's, and it shines throughout all the incredible activities set up seven days a week. On Sunday alone, there's a free barbecue on the patio at 5 p.m., male dancers at 6 p.m., and karaoke at 11 p.m. There's bingo on Mondays (affectionately named Sissy Bingo, with prizes in the form of both bar tabs and cash), chicken wings and karaoke (again!) on Wednesdays, and more babely dancers on Fridays. The drink specials all start after 9 p.m. and are bound to get you giddy: buckets of domestic beer are three for $7 on Tuesdays (when the pool tournament starts), all wells and domestics are $2 on Thursdays, and Long Island iced teas and domestic beers are $3 on Saturdays. There's also the occasional Saturday night cabaret - Saturday Night Divas - featuring drag shows and comedy. The place was founded in 1984 by the late Michael "La La" Brown, an AIDS awareness activist and supporter-slash-member of the local gay community. Now it thrives on his mission and soul: Everyone is welcome - and no one is bored. Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • Hibiscus Courtyard Lounge

    Hibiscus Courtyard Lounge

    213 S. Rosemary Ave. West Palm Beach, FL 33401

    Situated next to a bed and breakfast, Hibiscus Courtyard Lounge in West Palm Beach is a quiet getaway. It's a nice change of pace from the sweaty, bass-thumping boom-boom-boom of nearby dance clubs. Walk through a gravel path lighted by tiki torches and up a set of stairs to a small wooden bar. It's nothing flashy, but out-of-towners and locals in the know sit side by side, conversing about travels while munching on tapas. Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • Hibiscus House

    Hibiscus House

    501 30th St. West Palm Beach, FL 33407
    561-863-5633 The best area hotel is not a hotel at all -- it's a B&B, one of the few stalwarts of its kind to survive surrounded by sprouting condos and opulent resorts. Hibiscus House in West Palm Beach offers luxury on a small scale, trading the quiet ambiance of a palm-lined street in West Palm's Old Northwood neighborhood for the valet-lined drives that accompany the area's heavy-hitter luxury hotels. Owners Colin Raynor and Raleigh Hill maintain eight unique bedrooms, most with private porches and four-poster beds, and serve up a vast and elaborate breakfast every morning with china and Waterford crystal. The house, a 1922 historic structure in the land of vinyl siding and concrete-slab construction, is the kind of sprawling, multiroomed manse that populates Faulkner novels. It sits in a verdant jungle of a garden fringed with high palm fronds that provides each room with its own lush view. There's no concierge and no Swedish massage, but those would just interfere with the simple delights of staying in a unique and lovingly decorated home, far from the fetters of conspicuous consumption that chain the denizens of Worth Avenue to their monocles and bellhops. Best of all, a stay in Hibiscus House won’t totally break your wallet: unheard-of affordability for an accommodation in West Palm Beach that both feeds you and swaddles you in simple elegance. Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • HMF


    1 S. County Road Palm Beach, FL 33480

  • Hog's Breath

    400 Front St. Key West, FL 33040

  • Holloway

    Holloway's Pub

    504 Via De Palmas Boca Raton, FL 33432

    Holloway's Pub is a casual experience in the sometimes prim and proper, starchy world of Boca. Sure, Boca boasts some informal hang-outs, but Holloway's Pub is exceptional as far as small Irish pubs go. It's family-owned, boasts a friendly, experienced staff, keeps the kitchen open until close, and offers karaoke nights (Tuesday and Saturday) that are fun but not intimidating. After about five Guinnesses, and watching about five drunks try to sing "Sweet Caroline," you'll feel as confident as Bono at a battle of the bands. Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • Hollywood Restaurant & Lounge

    2333 Hollywood Blvd. Hollywood, FL 33020

  • Hollywood Vine

    Hollywood Vine

    2035 Harrison St. Hollywood, FL 33020

    A quaint wine lovers' paradise can be found behind the doors of Hollywood Vine. Steps from Young Circle, the wine bar's welcoming environment makes you feel as though you're relaxing at home with your favorite glass of vino. From wine connoisseurs to couples expanding their palettes, a mixed group of folks mingles alongside the long marble bar. Mahogany shelves display bottles and wine accessories available for purchase. With more than 600 wines from all over the world, beers, and artisan cheeses, Hollywood Vine is a place to indulge and unwind after a long day of work. Every Tuesday from 6 to 9 p.m., patrons can partake in a weekly winetasting - free! The space is also available for special events. Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • Home Run Sports Bar

    6177 Jog Road Lake Worth, FL 33467

  • Hookah House

    802 Lake Ave. Lake Worth, FL 33460

  • Hookah Hut

    Hookah Hut

    2980 N. Federal Highway Boca Raton, FL 33431

    As the name suggests, you'll come for the hookah, which, as a genial young man working the counter at this smoking lounge says, is "all the rage with the college kids." This qualifier needn't turn away the above-20 set. Though the music choice on a weeknight visit skewed to Top 40 dorm-friendly beats, there is reasonably priced beer available, in case taking a tug on the trendy hookah just doesn't suit your fancy. The main lounge is draped in red, dozens of throw pillows, cushions, and couches pushed into solitary corners. The hookah menu features several dozen flavors, primarily pungent fruity blends, plus a few less aggressive varietals, like mint, honey, and jasmine. There is premixed shisha available, plus a handful of custom creations. Feel free to ask for guidance and suggestions if you're a first-timer or even if you're a regular hookah participant. No cover charge on weeknights -- three people to a hookah. Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • Hot Shots

    Hot Shots

    3868 N. University Drive Sunrise, FL 33351
    954-748-4232 Hot Shots bar is a dream home away from home for just about any pool shark and sports enthusiast. The deceptively large sports bar is hidden in a strip plaza off University Drive in Sunrise and is packed wall to wall with pool tables and flat-screen TVs. But if playing pool isn't up your alley, various dartboards and Ping-Pong tables are also available. The walls have all the typical bar trimmings, including neon beer signs, beer flags, and sports memorabilia. Scantily clad cocktail waitresses never leave a dry glass. Extremely casual and packed with a locals-only crowd, Hot Shots Bar is the type of place where anything goes. Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • Hoy Como Ayer

    Hoy Como Ayer

    2212 SW Eighth St. Miami, FL 33135
    305-541-2631 Think CBGB as a nostalgic salsa joint in the heart of Little Havana and you have this place. The low ceiling and adoring portraits of Latin stars in this intimate space remind the rotating Latin funk bands where it all started. Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • The Hurricane Bar & Lounge

    The Hurricane Bar & Lounge

    640-7 E. Atlantic Ave. Delray Beach, FL 33483
    561-278-0282 Away from the madness of Atlantic Avenue in Delray Beach is the quaint and hidden Hurricane Bar and Lounge. Simple in design, the interior bar is filled up mostly by a large wooden bar and a mural of swaying palm trees appropriately lines the walls. The outdoor tiki area has a nautical theme with scuba flags and fishing accoutrements dangling near the tiny bar. The casual crowd and laid-back attitudes gives the locals a relaxing option opposite the high-energy atmosphere found on the Ave. From 1pm to 7pm there is a daily 2-4-1 happy hour, and live bands play for the nighttime crowds Thursday through Sunday. Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • Hurricane Grill & Wings

    Hurricane Grill & Wings

    3201 N. Miami Ave. Miami, FL 33127
    305-576-7133 The highlight of Hurricane Grill & Wings is the seemingly endless choice of sauces - 32, to be exact - that flavor the wings. They are broken down into groups ranging from category one (mild) to category five (seek shelter) and include flavors as varied as barbecue, Jamaican jerk, and "ridiculously hot hurricane sauce." It might sound a little gimmicky, but the sauces aren't bad. Wings - boneless and otherwise - are sold in ten, 15, 20, and 50 piece platters ($10 to $40). The menu also includes a large selection of appetizers such as smoked fish dip ($9) and nachos and cheese dip ($7), as well as sandwiches ($8 to $10), salads ($4 to $10), burgers ($8 to $9), and seafood ($11). Add to that a solid selection of beers and microbrews - from Corona to Purple Haze - and flat-screen TVs, and this Midtown Shops outpost of the Fort Pierce chain becomes a great place to watch sports in an area with few options for that. Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • Hurricane Sports Bar

    Hurricane Sports Bar

    368 E. Dania Beach Blvd. Dania Beach, FL 33004

    This Dania Beach establishment is a laid-back sports bar that welcomes Pittsburgh Steelers fans. Situated in the corner unit of a strip mall, Hurricane's façade is littered with neon signs for a variety of beers. Inside and to the left is a large game room with pool tables, videogames, and a skill crane. The bar makes up the middle portion, a half-moon with high stools with backs. To the right, there's a dining area with booths. Keep it simple, order a bucket of brews or tap the Jäger-rator, drinking Jägermeister shots all night. Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • Hut Lounge and Package Store

    Hut Lounge and Package Store

    1021 Seminole Drive Fort Lauderdale, FL 33304
    954-563-2232 You wouldn't notice it but for the small sign sticking out into a side street, bearing the word HUT in plain lettering. There's something about bars next to package stores -- a genuine friendliness that 10,000 hipsters couldn't manufacture or reproduce. The bar here circles the middle of the room like a welcoming sandbar for battered ships and it opens open daily at 7 in the morning. Unlike most Fort Lauderdale nightlife spots, this one isn't unbearably seedy in the daytime; its day-shift bartenders are just as good as the night ones, though the bullshit detectors will be turned up high. Be sure to say hi to Zero, the guy who looks like Einstein (he owns the place), and peep the many photos of his travels around the world while you say goodbye to one light beer after another. Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • The Hydrant

    The Hydrant

    4221 N. Ocean Blvd. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308

    Ask Kelly, the lively and welcoming barkeep, what's special about the Hydrant and the first thing she'll tell you is that firefighters, police officers, and lifeguards drink for half-price. That's bar manager James Laly's way of giving back to those who do good. Laly was a firefighter himself before he turned his attention to hydrating thirsty patrons. You don't have to be a hero to enjoy yourself at the Hydrant, though. Located right across the street from the beach and boasting a great happy hour, a few TVs, and a pool table, even those of us who've never hit the siren can get fired up about this joint. Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>