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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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  • Mi Casa, Su Casa

    2750 Griffin Road Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312

  • MI-VI Nightclub at Gulfstream Park & Casino

    MI-VI Nightclub at Gulfstream Park & Casino

    901 S. Federal Highway Hallandale Beach, FL 33009
    954-457-6464 Prevailing economic forces would have you believe that you shouldn't spend money you don't have; that if you're not a rock or rap star, you shouldn't party like one. But there's another way to treat this moment in history: as an opportunity. It separates the true players from the pretenders. MI-VI in Gulfstream Park is a leap of faith in the resilience of South Florida's playa population. And we're happy to report that on a recent Saturday night, the foyer was totally jammed with slick-dressed revelers, all elbowing one another for the chance to get past the doorman, then to pay $13 for a splash of liquor. The club, on the second floor of Gulfstream Park's entertainment complex, opened in January. It's decked out with chandeliers, tables, and chairs that look like they were swiped from the castle of a French dauphin. The music somehow manages to sound crisp in a club space that could otherwise be an airplane hangar, which suggests that performances from the stage will also enjoy fine acoustics. Decadence isn't back as a South Florida trend, but it is within the walls of MI-VI. Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • Miami Art Temple

    7141 Indian Creek Drive Miami Beach, FL 33141

  • Michele

    Michele's Dining Lounge

    2761 E. Oakland Park Blvd. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33306
    954-533-1919 Nestled in a strip mall alongside East Oakland Park Boulevard is Michele's Dining Lounge, a neighborhood bar with an upscale twist. An enormous crystal chandelier glitters above the entryway, and Frank Sinatra's music echoes throughout the contemporary-styled lounge. Illuminated top-shelf liquor bottles line the marble bar where groups of 50-somethings sip on specialty-infused vodka martinis and snack on light hors d'oeuvres. Included in the martini selection is the "Ducktini," a citrus-flavored cocktail from which half the proceeds are donated to Kids in Distress. Michele's fusion of a trendy environment with a casual attitude provides loungegoers with an eclectic drinking experience. Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • Mickey Byrne

    Mickey Byrne's Irish Pub Restaurant

    1921 Hollywood Blvd. Hollywood, FL 33020
    954-921-2317 Enjoy live music every Friday and Saturday night while kicking back a few brews at this downtown Hollywood spot. The bar offers 18 choices on tap, from European favorites like Smithwick's and Chimay to Domestic ales like Starr Hill and Magic Hat. It'd be difficult not to find something that suits your palate. Mickey Byrne's also boasts a menu with traditional Irish food. Their Monday night Beer and a Burger special gets you a domestic and a burger for just ten bucks. They also take St. Patty's Day seriously; celebrate on March 17 and September 17, which marks the halfway event, complete with free shepherd's pie -- there’s your second chance to be Irish. Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • Mickey

    Mickey's 19th Hole Bar & Grill

    2739 E. Oakland Park Blvd. Wilton Manors, FL 33306

    At first glance, it looks like an old-timey sports bar. Hockey, baseball, and football memorabilia stares out at you from all corners, including one wall devoted to Babe Ruth. But truthfully, Mickey's is simply a local drinker's paradise, sports nut or not. Good beer, a back room with pool tables and booths, a beautiful wooden bar, and good service are a few things waiting for you here. Some patrons yell at the TV, some at each other. But don't bother anyone and no one will bother you. Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • Mickey

    Mickey's 19th Hole West Lounge

    2735 N. Dixie Highway Wilton Manors, FL 33305

    Affiliated with the Mickey's on Oakland Park Boulevard, this Wilton Manors location off Dixie Highway offers a lot of the same old-timey charm but in a much more condensed space. Like its sister location, it's heaven for neighborhood drinkers, not only because of the cozy décor but the good service. The one-room space, which opened 18 years ago (two years after the spot on Oakland), hasn't changed much. Sports memorabilia line the walls and smoke wafts throughout. A small back area opens up to a dartboard and a cigarette machine, though most gather around the opposite end of the bar, watching sports or sipping on a brew. You won't find any spirits here, but that's the trade-off for a no-nonsense crowd and the fun history lessons waiting on the walls. Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • Mickey

    Mickey's Bar & Package

    350 SW 12th Ave. Pompano Beach, FL 33069

    Mickey’s resides in a dark room in a strip mall in Pompano and boasts American eagles flanked by the flag. It’s the kind of bar that looks dicey and ends up a favorite divey haunt. Run by the Carter family, the bar recently celebrated its 50th birthday: not surprising, considering the band of loyalists that support the place. Despite its biker cred, Mickey’s has been shuffling things to lure a more eclectic crowd. The most popular is the Wednesday band night and pig roast dubbed the “hillbilly cookout.” Savory pulled pork is slow-roasted for 12 hours and served with comfort-food classics like mac and cheese, corn bread, and collards. Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • Miller

    Miller's Ale House

    1915 N. University Drive Coral Springs, FL 33071
    954-825-0574 Drinking on a budget can often prove difficult in South Florida. Not the case at Miller's Ale House in Coral Springs, where you can partake in daily drink specials like $2.95 Skyy Vodka or Captain Morgan drinks, and $5 doubles. And you don't have to wait for happy hour -- these specials are all day, every day. Feeling girly? Grab an X Marks the Spot: Skyy Raspberry, X-Fusion, pomegranate, lime, and a splash of Sprite. Watch sporting events on the flat-screens, hang at the outside bar, or participate in nightly events like Tuesday's trivia contest with take-home prizes. Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • Miller

    Miller's Ale House

    2861 N. Federal Highway Fort Lauderdale, FL 33306
    954-565-5747 Located on a busy stretch of Federal Highway, the Ale House is perhaps Lauderdale's leading go-to spot for pitchers, wings, and big games on huge TVs. Backing up these sports-bar staples is a full lunch and dinner menu boasting items such as whole Maine lobster, a variety of signature burgers, and more than ten salad options. Though the place typically draws enough people to create stadium-sized roars during games, there are plenty of booths, high tables, and barstools to accommodate every rump in the cheering crowd. On off nights, the Ale House is a relaxing place to shoot some pool, have a couple of brews, and talk strategy for the next big matchup. Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • The Mojo Room

    6682 S. Federal Highway Port Saint Lucie, FL 34952

  • Mokai


    235 23rd St. Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-673-1409 Mokai is what music videos are made off. Hundreds of purple light bulbs flash over the dance floor, surrounded by VIP couches and Miami's fabulous people. Golden lights twinkle over the bar, DJs from around the world keep the crowd moving, and $15 cocktails are easier to stomach. Life is good at Mokai. Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • Molokai Bar

    Molokai Bar

    3599 N. Federal Highway Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308
    954-563-3272 What shall it be? The cobra kiss or the tingly shark bite? Perhaps, a shrunken skull sounds more appealing? Despite these things sounding like a pirate's choice of death, they are actually just a few of the tropical tiki drinks found at the Molokai Bar in Fort Lauderdale. Housed inside the polynesian theme restaurant, the Mai-Kai, this quaint-sized bar is just a hop, skip, and a jump away from being a portal straight to Hawaii. Extremely dimly lit and dripping in tiki charm, the Molokai bar is the ideal spot to go to forget about all your troubles. A long wooden bar with bikini-clad waitresses extends throughout the room, with high-top tables throughout. Adorned in waterfalls, nautical accouterments, and ocean sounds, this bar couldn't get more majestic. However, lightweights beware, the drinks – especially the elusive rum barrel – at the Molokai will certainly put some hair on the chest. Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • Mona


    502 E. Sunrise Blvd. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33304
    954-525-6662 Just behind a palm reader and an insurance company on East Sunrise Blvd., you'll find Mona's. Sure it's on the wrong side of the tracks, but Mona's serves up one of the best bar environments you'll find. The first thing you'll see is the Badd Boys sign on the outside, hinting that it caters to the gay community. But hell, that penis sock over the Budweiser tap, it could go anywhere. The TVs above the bar are unobtrusive, a nice respite from all the sports bars flashing so many images at you that it's a wonder you haven't had a seizure. So if you don't feel like watching the Grammy's, honey, you don't have to. The nautical theme running throughout is just as low key, in spite of the vibrant colors. Painted fish swim on the ceiling and across the bar, and stained glass decorates the walls. The clientele is just as low key. No drama or macho scores to settle here. If you want to be obnoxious, the bartender will tell you what's up. No need to dress to impress, but ladies, that dapper guy next to you, he knows more about your Louis Vuitton than you do. Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • Monarchy


    221 Clematis St. West Palm Beach, FL 33401
    561-835-6661 It took the nightlife dream team of Cleve Mash and Rodney Mayo - the guys behind Monkey Club, Respectable Street, Lost Weekend, Dada, and more - to (finally!) make it worth going out dancing again on Clematis. Two things establish Monarchy as a dance club that seems plopped out of South Beach. First, it boasts a top-of-the-line sound system blasting modern club bangers - there's no lame Top 40 playlists and no tired '80s nights here. And second, the décor is both campy and sexy. The theme is very French Revolution, as though the riff-raff just broke into the castle, ousted the king, and turned up the stereo. Brocade wallpaper is ripped in places to reveal a concrete wall underneath, chandeliers shake with every electro thump, and in-house dancers exuberantly make their way through the crowd in tight bodices and curly white wigs, like 18th-century courtesans gone wild. This is the party palace the bourgeoisie has been waiting for - where the beats are deafening, the dance floor is slammed, and the vibe is downright decadent. Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • Monkey Beach Bar

    Monkey Beach Bar

    909 Breakers Ave. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33304

    "You wanna do kegs and eggs at 1 in the afternoon? We'll do it for ya," says Jason, the friendly barkeep. That's right, this bar will make you a late poolside breakfast to coat the stomach for another day of Fort Lauderdale fun. That's an offer you won't receive at most of the numerous Lauderdale Beach drinking spots. But most are not as welcoming as the Monkey Beach Bar. The spot, by nature, aims to be the perfect host. It's attached to the Fort Lauderdale Beach Resort, and most of its patrons at any given time have just strolled down from their rooms for a cold one and a bite (the full menu offers more than afternoon omelets for those who aren't perpetually craving breakfast). Locals too will enjoy the bar for its low-key vibe, extended happy hour, indoor area with a pool table, and outdoor area with a... pool. So go on, be the Monkey's guest. Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • Monkey Business

    Monkey Business

    2740 Andrews Ave. Lauderdale Lakes, FL 33311
    954-565-3550 Monkey Business squeezes a whole lot of action into one little hole in the wall. This 5-year-old, casual, neighborhood gay bar is a ways away from the Wilton Drive scene, but the weekly calendar of live drag shows, karaoke nights, and game-show-style entertainment makes it a world unto itself. There's a horseshoe-shaped tiki bar on the back patio and a brightly decorated stage inside of the bar. Monkey figurines dangle from the ceiling and sit on most horizontal surfaces, but the name also means that this is a place where you can come to be silly and have some fun. The weekly game show starts at 7:30 p.m. on Fridays, and a drag show follows at 10 p.m. A buffet is served during the Saturday-night drag show, which starts at 9:30. Karaoke is from 9 p.m. to close on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Monkey Business offers happy-hour prices until 8 p.m. A $7 Grey Goose cocktail pours for $5, and a $5 Captain Morgan pours for $3.75 during happy hour. Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • The Monterey Club

    The Monterey Club

    2608 S. Federal Highway Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316
    954-598-1887 Peopled with '50s-greaser types, Daddy-O's, straight-out-of-the-swamp locals, and your average trendsters, the Monterey Club's clientele matches its rockabilly retro theme. Animal-print rugs cover the floor, Kreepy Tiki Tattoo Shop shares a door, hot rods are parked outside, and the Cupcake Burlesque troupe calls it home. What the lounge area lacks in size, the owners have made up for in comfort by lining the walls with cushy couches. Make-shift benches attached to support beams offer even more places to sit. No hard stuff, but the bar makes up for it by offering about 35 beers, including Brooklyn Lager, Flying Dog, and Dogfish Head as well as ciders and wine. The musical talent also flows at a comfortable rate. The intimate club's national bookings include underground folkie Paleface and legend Clarence Reid's alternate persona Blowfly, and locals The Freakin' Hott, Zombies! Organize!!, To Be Hated, and Boise Bob and His Backyard Band also graced their stage. DJ Sensitive spins on Tuesday, and karaoke finishes off the week on Sundays. Added bonus: you can play free pool. Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • Moonchine Asian Bistro

    Moonchine Asian Bistro

    7100 Biscayne Blvd. Miami, FL 33138
    305-759-3999 At Moonchine, kitsch is an understatement. Basking in this eatery's red, Amsterdam-esque glow are purple walls, hanging lanterns, sterile silver counters, and bamboo embellishments galore. Waitresses wear harajuku-inspired Japanese schoolgirl uniforms, and if you're lucky, you can catch a random movie, such as St. Elmo's Fire, playing muted on a large projection screen. The pan-Asian and sushi menu is an array of crowd-pleasing (if not always overly generous) dishes at affordable prices. Stalwarts such as tuna and salmon tataki, pad thai, and authentic Thai-style curries are competently prepared and flavorful. Traditional (American) sushi rolls such as the California ($5.95) and the JB ($8.95) are available, but try some of the original creations, including the glutton-friendly deep-fried rainbow roll, the tres amigos ($10.95), and the light and fresh mango roll ($9.95), stuffed with spicy tuna and cilantro. If you have a difficult time deciding what to order, hit up the all-you-can-eat Sunday brunch, which boasts all of the most popular items from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. for $15.95. And for dessert, skip all the generic tempura offerings and opt for the sticky rice mango ($6); it's sweet, light, and simply perfect. At night, their charming garden area located in the outside rear of the restaurant turns into Lounge 71 -- a funky bar with hanging lights, white linen drapes, thatch walls and yes, more harajuku-inspired Japanese schoolgirl waitresses except instead of serving sushi, they're pushing shots. Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • Moonshine Molly's Country Saloon

    6450 N Federal Hwy Boca Raton, FL 33487

  • Mr. Laff's

    4599 S. University Drive Davie, FL 33328 The goofy spelling of "laugh" is a testament to this place's spirit: lighthearted, unpretentious, and a little silly. Formerly a well-loved dive-slash-comedy bar of the same name back in the 1980s, Mr. Laff's new proprietors have breathed new life into it. When it comes to keeping customers (laughingly) happy, Mr. Laff's begins with the food - the creative, mostly American menu includes sesame salmon, served with shitake caps and sweet soy, for $16.95, and a California-style burger with avocado for $11.50. There's also an affordable kids' menu, and before 8 p.m. Sunday and Thursday, ten entrees cost only $9.95. The ten-for-ten deal won't rob you of the goods; there's grouper, ribs, and steak among the choices. But the main goal here is entertainment: Monday is Southern bike night, featuring classic rock and country music spun by resident DJs; Tuesday is karaoke night; Wednesday is ladies' night, which means half-price drinks from 10 p.m. till 2 a.m. for the female patrons; and Thursday is open mic night till 3 a.m. Things continue to get musical over the weekend, with a live band takes the stage on Fridays and Saturdays. With a decent amount of large TV screens to watch the game and a room for private parties to round out the amenities, it's hard not to stay happy at Mr. Laff's. Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • Mrs. Murphy

    Mrs. Murphy's Pub

    2925 E. Commercial Blvd. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308

    Mrs. Murphy's feels like time-traveling back to the 1920s. Well, at least on Sundays, when jazz group the Danny Burger Band plays. And just like the music, the booze flows for the crowd packing the house from 6 to 10 p.m. Lit only by faux stained glass lights peppering the left side, and by blue Christmas lights encircling the bar, Mrs. Murphy's is a great place for those looking to go unnoticed. From the outside, the most conspicuous things about the white building housing Mrs. Murphy's off Commercial Blvd. are the two flags -- one Irish, one American -- flying high. If not for those, you might drive right by the strip mall, failing to hear the music reverberating from the front door. Walk in, and it's dark, but not too smoky (they leave the windows open). The space isn't big, but there's plenty of seating, and the layout allows for a direct view of the TVs in the front, or the stage. The crowd tends to include Bayview Drive residents aged 35 and above. When looking for good ambiance, strong drinks, fast service, and decent bar food, just look for the flags. Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • Muddy Waters

    Muddy Waters

    2237 W. Hillsboro Blvd. Deerfield Beach, FL 33442
    954-428-6577 Local folks and beach dwellers gather at this establishment for oversized buckets and goblets of drinks with names like "pirate sprits." Guzzle down 32 ounces of booze for $8 while the requisite Jimmy Buffet tunes play throughout the bar. Daily themes like Parrot Head Tuesday and Caribbean Wednesdays keep things fun, complete with foods that match the theme. There are also plenty of flat-screen TVs to watch your favorite games. Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • Mugs Bar & Grill

    Mugs Bar & Grill

    2671 E. Oakland Park Blvd. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33306
    954-566-7782 In the evenings, the quiet strip malls that line Oakland Park Boulevard in east Fort Lauderdale seem to present no action, but the understated storefronts belie the hive of activity inside Mugs Sports Bar & Grill. A casual crowd plays Texas Hold 'Em at a table in the dining room of the bright, split-level establishment while couples chill and shoot pool in the raised bar area, which is separated from the restaurant area by a glass wall. Entertainment comes in the form of televised sports games and fights as well as regular weekly activities such as live bands on Thursdays, karaoke on Fridays, and poker on Tuesdays. Mugs offers a variety of food and drink specials throughout the week, like 40-cent wings and two-for-one drinks all night on Mondays, ten types of $3 tacos on Tuesdays, and Mug Night Wednesdays, when the purchase of a $3 mug (which you keep) gets you $1, $2, and $3 drafts. Select from a range of imports and domestics, including Guinness and Stella Artois. The regular two-for-one happy hour runs from 4 to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday. Mugs prides itself on its food. The menu transcends the venue's sports-bar aesthetic with escargots ($8.95), an ahi tuna appetizer with artichoke and caramelized onions ($11.95), and a range of Italian and seafood entrées. But, the chef admits, the most popular items are the buffalo wrap ($8.95) and wings. Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • Mugshots


    1049 N. State Road 7 Margate, FL 33063

    Probably Margate's best-known watering hole, Mugshots, located off State Road 7, offers up a laid-back atmosphere with poker nights, bike nights, and karaoke. Knickknacks litter the wall behind the bar, and the TVs that line the wall above play anything from PBS to the Amazing Race. The bar doesn't serve hard liquor (just beer and wine), but the casual atmosphere doesn't seem conducive for heavy drinking. Instead stop by to knock back some cold ones while playing some poker or pool. Bike night is on Thursday, Poker night is on Sundays and Mondays, and Karaoke is every Friday. Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

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