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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.
Propaganda

Propaganda

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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  • Kahuna Awa Kava Bar

    Kahuna Awa Kava Bar

    123 NE 20th Ave. Deerfield Beach, FL 33441
    954-663-0757

    http://www.kahunaawakavabar.com At first, Kahuna 'Awa Kava Bar, which opened in June, looks like a typical upscale drinking spot. Customers sit on stools and chat along the long low-lit bar. Thinly woven throws hang from the ceiling, and books about religion and veganism occupy the book shelf, adding a new-age earthy vibe. But when the muted glow of the lanterns illuminate the hookah smoke, and the light flickers off the neutral-colored wall and décor, the space seems almost dreamlike; like a spa or the most inviting psychiatrist waiting room. Or the magic could just be related to the Kava, that therapeutic, not-so-tasty root found in Pacific Ocean cultures. The root, served here in faux-ancient cups/bowls, is more sedative than intoxicating, similar to a low-intensity high from marijuana than to the buzz from alcohol. (According to the barista, it's good for helping you quit smoking pot. And it's totally legal.) Every Thursday from 8 p.m. to midnight is all-you-can-drink. Read more about Kahuna Awa Kava Bar >>

  • Kahuna Bar & Grill

    Kahuna Bar & Grill

    249 N. Ocean Blvd. Boca Raton, FL 33432
    954-725-0244

    http://www.myspace.com/kahuna_deerfield Kahuna Bar and Grill is a casual beachfront watering hole in Deerfield Beach with frozen drinks, live music four nights a week (Wednesday through Saturday), and a lively local crowd. Bands and solo acts that frequently play Kahuna, such as Crazy Fingers and Blind Fish, tend to perform music in the jam, reggae, and acoustic genres. The bar serves weekly drink specials, such as $3 Jack Daniels on Friday nights and $3 Sailor Jerry drinks on Saturdays. Women drink free from 10 p.m. to close on Thursday nights. Read more about Kahuna Bar & Grill >>

  • Kalahari Bar

    Kalahari Bar

    4446 NE 20th Ave. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308
    954-351-9371

    http://www.kalaharibar.com Tucked away in Fort Lauderdale is a prized piece of South Africa, or as the owners of the Kalahari Bar like to call it, "a home away from home." Quaint in size but large in personality and décor, there is no corner left untouched. Sports memorabilia hangs throughout, and authentic tribal accouterments adorn the walls. Televisions project the latest hometown sports happenings, and a pool table helps patrons occupy the time. The welcoming nature and ambiance of the place really draws you in, and you may even walk out having learned a few new catch phrases. In addition to the basic drink selections, the bar offers African cocktails and delights like the Lions Breath and specially imported wine and beer. Although it's located in Fort Lauderdale, beyond the Kalahari doors, you'll feel as though you hopped on a plane. Read more about Kalahari Bar >>

  • Kaos Ultra Lounge

    Kaos Ultra Lounge

    2724 E. Commercial Blvd. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308
    954-975-8000

    http://www.kaosultralounge.com Kaos Ultra Lounge has the look of a South Beach club and the drink specials of a Fort Lauderdale Beach dive, all strangely located in a quiet plaza off of Commercial Boulevard. This modestly sized, chromed-out “lounge” in Fort Lauderdale features a curving, neon-back-lit bar, glass-tiled DJ booth, plenty of high-top table seating, and crystal orbs of pulsating purple light that glow over an intimate dance floor. Despite its off-the-beaten track location, puzzling name, and somewhat misguided identity as a lounge, this new bar draws an impressive and eclectic crowd on weekends, due in part to its three-for-one domestic draft beer special and an ever-changing lineup of music. Read more about Kaos Ultra Lounge >>

  • Karma

    3097 Forest Hill Blvd. Unincorporated Palm Beach County, FL 33406

  • Karu Nightclub

    Karu Nightclub

    1000 W. State Road 84 Fort Lauderdale, FL 33315

  • Kavasutra

    Kavasutra

    508 Lake Ave. Lake Worth, FL 33460
    561-932-7220

  • KC's Lounge & Package Liquor

    421 E. Sheridan St. Dania Beach, FL 33004
    954-927-3388

  • The Keg on Sixth

    The Keg on Sixth

    3218 Southeast 6 Ave. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316

    Set off the main road, among warehouses, auto repair shops, and cheap motels just south of State Road 84 and west of Federal Highway, the Keg on Sixth isn't a place most Fort Lauderdale residents would just happen to stumble across. But the place offers a cool vibe, good food, and one of the best selections of beer south of Broward Blvd. The fare is global comfort, with dishes ranging from curried cauliflower and salads to pork belly sliders and burgers. With an urban industrial vibe complete with graffiti murals by local artists, the spot is like a cool underground escape from the pomp and pretension of much of South Florida — and the fist-pumping, beer-pong crowds that like to overtake our town from time to time. Read more about The Keg on Sixth >>

  • Keith's

    219 N. 21st Ave. Hollywood, FL 33020
    954-925-5855

  • Kevro

    Kevro's Art Bar

    166 SE Second Ave. Delray Beach, FL 33444
    561-278-9675

    http://www.kevroart.com Come chill in this industrial chic urban artists' oasis. Kevro's is not your run-of-the-mill, sip-it-slow/dip-it-low type of joint. Since June '07, Kevro's Art Bar has become the picturesque headquarters for Boca and Delray's "creative class." The walls, doors, windows, and even part of the patio's floor are covered in large, sprawling artwork. With a huge outdoor patio and (wait for it) ping pong! Come get inspired (by the art, but mainly the booze). Read more about Kevro's Art Bar >>

  • Kill Your Idol

    Kill Your Idol

    222 Española Way Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-534-1009

    A statue of Bruce Lee's karate-ripped body overlooks the bar. A World War II Hindenburg hub floats from the ceiling. An astronaut in a space suit hangs next to a dangling chandelier made of glass bottles. A bearded dude wearing an Hoy Polloy T-shirt scores on the Playboy pinball machine, and chicks in high-waisted black shorts show off their perfectly toned abs as they chug glass after glass of free vodka soda during ladies' night on Wednesdays. Killer riffs and catchy beats from Jean Jacket and other local indie acts captivate the crowd, and a DJ gets the party started and asses shaking with some serious electro-pop dance tunes. There are regular karaoke nights, the long-running gay party night Glitter Box Mondays, and a good selection of craft beers and well-mixed cocktails. That whole eclectic-meets-hipster vibe that Kill Your Idol's got going is what makes it a diamond in the rough of uhntz-uhntz powerhouses dominating SoBe's drinking scene. Read more about Kill Your Idol >>

  • Kim

    Kim's Alley Bar

    1920 E. Sunrise Blvd. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33304
    954-763-7886

    http://www.kimsalleybar.com In the corner of Victoria Park's Gateway Plaza, find Kim's Alley Bar, a treasured neighborhood dive that's been around for 60-plus years. The brick building is dimly lit, so other than the few neon signs in the windows displaying the words "Cocktail" "Wine" and "Beer", this place would remain a secret. The bar's motto is "Everyone's Bar Everyday", an on point description of the crowd found congregating on the antique bar stools and retro looking floral chairs in the front bar. Kim's Alley Bar also has a secret back room that one would only find if venturing down the dark hallway on the way to the bathrooms. The back bar is the completely different, sunshine yellow painted walls, bright lights, pool tables, and even the occasional hotdog buffet. Kim's Alley Bar has a little something for everyone, even local celebrity Dennis Rodman, who can be spotted having a drink every now and then. Read more about Kim's Alley Bar >>

  • King of Diamonds

    King of Diamonds

    17800 NE 5th Ave. North Miami Beach, FL 33162
    305-999-9500

    They say the expression "make it rain" originated at King of Diamonds, 'cuz this spot has seen more showers than the Amazon rainforest. The likes of every African American NFL player, rapper and Bugati-driver have taken a turn or ten at America's favorite black strip club. The bottles pop, the bootys shake and magic happens behind the velvet ropes. Bring the bucks though - a night at this North Miami Beach mainstay doesn't come cheap. But nobody ever said beautiful women did. Read more about King of Diamonds >>

  • King

    King's Head Pub and Restaurant

    2692 N. University Drive Plantation, FL 33322
    954-572-5933

    http://www.kingsheadpubsunrise.com The Kingshead British Pub Sunrise is a small but cozy Tudor-style pub and restaurant with a friendly British and American staff. Offering more than 50 beers, ales, ciders, and stouts, the pub is a favorite for craft beer drinkers. The menu is composed of hearty classics such as authentic English pot pies and handmade Black Angus burgers (Royale with cheese). British favorites include beer-battered cod and hand-cut chips, Scotch eggs, cottage pie, and several other hard-to-find dishes. Many specialty items are imported from across the pond: Walkers English Crisps, Brandston pickles, and Heinz Baked Beans. The pub features live music Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday and an open-mic night on Tuesday. Read more about King's Head Pub and Restaurant >>

  • The King

    The King's Head Pub

    500 E. Dania Beach Blvd. Dania Beach, FL 33004
    954-922-5722

    http://www.daniakingsheadpub.com From the outside, the place looked like a little bed-and-breakfast that belongs in New Hampshire. From the inside, the place looks like somebody stuck a dining hall from the English countryside onto an Old World pub. The walls are covered in knick-knacks from the Old Country, including photos of old trucks and half-century-old alcohol labels. There's so much attention to detail that while eating, Henry VIII and his wives watch over you. The food's topnotch and served until 11 p.m. The beer flows from the taps as fast as you can drink it until 2 a.m. on the weekends. Read more about The King's Head Pub >>

  • Kirby's Pub

    841 Donald Ross Road Juno Beach, FL 33408
    561-627-8000

  • Kitty's Saloon

    2211 N. Dixie Highway Lake Worth, FL 33460
    561-582-7800

  • The Knife Steakhouse

    12603 W. Sunrise Blvd. Sunrise, FL 33323-0901
    954-838-8585

    http://www.thekniferestaurant.com

  • Knockouts

    7840 W. Sample Road Pompano Beach, FL 33063
    954-344-2284

  • Korrigans Irish Pub

    Korrigans Irish Pub

    2301 W. Sample Road Pompano Beach, FL 33069
    954-974-0251

    This brick-walled neighborhood Irish pub gets its Celtic vibe across through bartender's short green plaid skirts and its extensive draft selection rather than posters of dead Irish writers or knick knacks befitting a quaint cottage in County Mayo. The brightly-lit pub has an open floor plan. The huge oval bartop sits in a central pit that's surrounded by raised platforms, where there are tables and booths for diners. Two glass-fronted cabinets contain lockers for mugs that regulars can purchase for $25 to get a year's worth of happy hour prices on drafts. That's $3.25 Stella Artois, $4 Strongbow and $3.50 Guinness any time any day. For everyone else, the happy hour runs daily from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Korrigan's caters to the lunch and dinner crowds with a menu that's a mix of Irish entrees such as fish and chips and lamb stew and American pub fare like burgers, sandwiches and wings. A rotating line-up of Irish bands, rock cover bands and solo acoustic musicians provides entertainment on Friday and Saturday nights. There's also karaoke on Tuesday nights, free pool, and electronic dart boards at the back of the bar. Read more about Korrigans Irish Pub >>

  • Kronie's Bar & Grill

    9015 Pines Blvd. Pembroke Pines, FL 33024
    954-438-8500

  • Kuluck Persian Restaurant & Lounge

    Kuluck Persian Restaurant & Lounge

    5879 N. University Drive Tamarac, FL 33321
    954-720-6980

    http://www.kuluck.com A slick, upscale supper club with Middle Eastern flourishes, Kuluck Persian Restaurant & Lounge serves Iranian cuisine that feels like it came straight from the kitchen of a Persian matriarch (a pleasant counterpoint to the modern aesthetic). Steamed rice called chelow is generously dished out next to marinated chicken kebabs, juicy strips of ground beef called koobideh, bowls of slow-simmered stews with beef and eggplant, and flecked with heady herbs as polos with salmon or lamb. And on weekends the price of a meal includes a show - a Persian-style belly dancer weaves around the tables almost as quickly as she shakes her hips, and the owners' Persian pop band Dima rocks the dance floor from 10 p.m. till late in the eve. Check out the lunch buffet too. Read more about Kuluck Persian Restaurant & Lounge >>

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