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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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  • Perfect Game Sports Grill

    10365 Royal Palm Blvd. Coral Springs, FL 33065-4817

    In the corner of a Coral Springs plaza is the Perfect Game Sports Bar, a neighborhood watering hole for all your sports-watching needs. Family owned and operated, this cozy sports bar fills the void where JJ Muggs once stood. A marble bar occupies one side of the room, where illuminated liquor bottles line the wall. Lights dangle from the ceiling, and the walls are adorned in local sports memorabilia. There is plenty of seating available, from at the bar to the several booths lining the room, as well as outdoor patio tables. And there isn't a spot in the room without a TV in sight. Not interested in watching sports with the boyfriend? Pool tables, air hockey, and darts are available to play. Open seven days a week, the bar offers a variety of drink specials, including a ladies' night, karaoke, and kill the keg. Read more about Perfect Game Sports Grill >>

  • Pete Rose Ballpark Cafe

    1601 N. Congress Ave. Boynton Beach, FL 33426

    The infamous gambling man's legacy is still with us. But, no matter whose name is on the sign out front, it's still a great place to catch a game and have a couple of beers. Read more about Pete Rose Ballpark Cafe >>

  • The Phoenix

    The Phoenix

    5707 Seminole Way Hollywood, FL 33314
    954-581-5454 There's luxury, and then there's "Super VIP," the local descriptor for extra-posh experiences dedicated to serving exclusive clientele. Phoenix, located inside Gryphon, is a venue dedicated solely to providing this level of nightlife entertainment. The Seminole Hard Rock continues to provide unparalleled service, for a price. The best of top shelf bottle service isn't cheap. Read more about The Phoenix >>

  • Piano Hollywood

    5805 Seminole Way Davie, FL 33314

  • Pier Top Restaurant

    2301 SE 17th St. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316-3107

  • The Pirate Republic Seafood Bar & Grill

    The Pirate Republic Seafood Bar & Grill

    400 SW Third Ave. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33315
    954-761-3500 The old Shirttail Charlie's location is tricky to access by car (tucked in a maze of streets behind Andrews Avenue) but is one of Fort Lauderdale's best. How many downtown restaurants boast 150 feet of waterfront on the New River? The biker/pirate motif is contrived but fun, and Pirate Republic is actually a step up from the past. Drinks have names like "One-Eye Mojito" and "The Jack Sparrow" and "Fuzzy Buccaneer," and the food, featuring a deep, wide selection of shellfish dishes, has taken on a Mediterranean flair. Suck it all down while you soak up the scenery and watch yachts and tour boats glide past. Diners and drinkers can ride to the restaurant via water taxi or float up on their personal watercraft -- there's plenty of room to tie up. And if you don't enjoy boat-watching, the Florida East Coast Railway sends dozens of trains over the nearby drawbridge daily. Read more about The Pirate Republic Seafood Bar & Grill >>

  • The Pit

    2140 Scott Ave. West Palm Beach, FL 33409

  • PJ

    PJ's Corner Pocket

    924 N. Flagler Drive Fort Lauderdale, FL 33304

    PJ's Corner Pocket in Fort Lauderdale, despite its reputation, is not a gay bar. It's not even a bar. It's a bottle club that caters to a professional crowd. Sure, it has a calendar filled with buff beauties on the wall. And a website with a provocative leading photo: two… err … "agreeable" looking young men sit; one in his underwear, one in jeans, both showing off amazing pecs. But the 2000-square-foot cozy-chic lounge that moved from Wilton Manors to its new location on Flagler, is as welcoming as it is comfortable. Loads of couches, TVs with anything from news to sports to TNT, food brought by members, and a pool table sans the usual layer of ash, make the spot feel like your living room. Except possibly on Wednesday, when they have strip-pool night. The stylish spot will run you a $10 membership, if you're lucky enough to get invited. (Membership drives are on Tuesday... shhh). Read more about PJ's Corner Pocket >>

  • Pkliz Caribbean Restaurant & Lounge

    Pkliz Caribbean Restaurant & Lounge

    3035 S. Federal Highway Delray Beach, FL 33483
    561-243-4242 Named after the spicy cabbage slaw they serve with their authentic Caribbean cuisine, Pkliz Caribbean Restaurant & Lounge is hidden in a strip mall off of Federal Highway in Delray Beach. During the day, a quiet atmosphere is complemented by friendly service, great food, and tropical music streaming over the raised wooden bar. Kitschy draped white curtains, white sofas, and a larger open space for dancing hint at the restaurant's nighttime transformation into a lounge, complete with DJs, a special late-night fried dough appetizer, and a crowd of young people who show up for the lively atmosphere, relaxed island vibe, and appropriately strong drinks. Read more about Pkliz Caribbean Restaurant & Lounge >>

  • Platforms


    99 SE 1st St. Boca Raton, FL 33432

    The days of disco live on beyond the beaded curtains at Boca Raton's kitschy nightclub Platforms. Illuminated by multicolored lighting, lava lamps, and reflections off a disco ball, every inch of the venue is dripping in nostalgia. Vintage lunchboxes, laser discs, and an endless number of records dangle from the ceiling, and flat-screen televisions play old-school music videos. A Thriller-clad mannequin stands on a platform, perfect for a tipsy photo opp. Bubbles sprinkle the checkered dance floor where the lively crowd does the hustle and shows off their best electric slide. Before heading out the door, don't forget to stop off at the candy store to grab a pack of candy cigarettes or a ring pop for the ride home. Read more about Platforms >>

  • Plato's Retreat

    321 W. Sunrise Blvd. Lauderdale Lakes, FL 33311

  • Play by Play

    Play by Play

    440 S. Cypress Road Pompano Beach, FL 33060

    Lots of sports bars carry UFC fights and NFL games, but few provide comfort and convenience surpassing that of the typical sports fanatic's living room. Play by Play gives new meaning to the phrase "home away from home" by spoiling patrons with game-changing amenities like booths equipped with personal, high-def TVs, a cozy sofa hookah zone, and multiple pool tables. The bar also serves food until closing time and has an attached liquor store so you can keep the party rolling back at the house. Read more about Play by Play >>

  • Play By Play

    440 S. Cypress Road Pompano Beach, FL 33060

  • Play By Play Sports Bar & Lounge

    440 S. Cypress Road Pompano Beach, FL 33060

  • Playhouse

    5775 W. Hallandale Beach Blvd. Hollywood, FL 33023

  • Playmates

    2305 NE 5th Ave. Pompano Beach, FL 33064

  • Playoffs

    3001 E. Commercial Blvd. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308-4311

  • Plush Pony Lounge

    Plush Pony Lounge

    2028 S. Military Trail West Palm Beach, FL 33415

    Plush Pony ain't the kind of place to start line dancing. Those cowboys at the L-shaped bar, and yes, they're probably real cowboys, won't appreciate the two-step you learned in dance class. They're more likely to accept a drunken jig on the makeshift dance floor of linoleum tile sandwiched between the pool table and the barstools. Here, it's more about the liquor than it is about do-si-do-ing. The Pony stays open from 7 a.m. until 5 a.m. the next day and has a cowpoke-priced happy hour for its first 12 hours of business. The windowless building is the perfect place to forget what time it is, once your eyes adjust from riding on the range. After four decades in business, Plush Pony in West Palm Beach is the remaining location of what was once a 27-bar chain across South Florida. And as Palm Beach County's last country "bar," as opposed to the western dance clubs, it's also a vestige of the past. Just don't go hoping to practice your choreographed moves. Read more about Plush Pony Lounge >>

  • The Polo Club

    5590 Hallandale Beach Blvd. Miramar, FL 33023

  • Poorhouse


    110 SW Third Ave. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312
    954-522-5145 After being in business for what seems to be several decades, the Poorhouse has established itself as the go-to bar for downtown Fort Lauderdale's barstool regulars, tattooed crowd, and music scene supporters. Although it was once covered in trash and nostalgia from days of yesteryear, the bar has since cleaned up its act. It even serves mouthwatering bar snacks and bites to complement any beer-filled stomach. The interior is simple: two wooden bars, a cozy stage in the back that is rarely empty, and a few high-top tables up-front. Movies play on the various TVs, but you can bet nobody really notices. However, outside is where all the action happens, and a patio seat is rarely available. The bartenders know just about all the patrons by name with cocktail preference, so it's safe to say the glasses are never empty. The people-watching is never dull, the music is always blaring, and the Poorhouse always makes for an interesting night out. Read more about Poorhouse >>

  • Porthole Pub

    Porthole Pub

    503 E. Sample Road Lighthouse Point, FL 33064

    This 20-plus-year-old Pompano Beach dive bar doubles as a neighborhood topless strip club. Patrons hang around the square central bar watching overhead televisions or chatting with the gals. Across the room, there's a stage with two poles next to a private area, where full friction dances are offered. The DJ spins a wide range of music, from classic rock to hip-hop. Porthole opens at noon Monday through Saturday and at 1 p.m. Sundays and closes at 4 a.m. Happy-hour specials run from open until 10 p.m. Read more about Porthole Pub >>

  • Posh


    110 N. Federal Highway Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312
    954-763-3553 Posh Lounge is a full-service liquor and wine bar that sits in the lobby of the Waverly building. The bar, which has a pension for naming cocktails after resident’s dogs, makes some mean drinks. But beware. Cocktails at this Fort Lauderdale bar might cloud your senses. This heady sensation whets the appetite for fun, which could lead you to puff a hookah at a table near the bar or relax outdoors, where the barkeeps sometimes light a fire. Read more about Posh >>

  • Post

    1777 SW Third Ave. Miami, FL 33129

  • Premier Billiards

    Premier Billiards

    9120 Wiles Road Parkland, FL 33067

    Premier Billiards has more than 30 televisions, 18 pool tables, and even a punching bag to take out your aggression when you lose a game. With a daily happy hour that lasts from noon to 8 p.m., you could easily skip work for a day and drink a shift's worth of alcohol instead. We wouldn't judge you. A live DJ spins on Wednesday and Friday nights, and local bands take the stage every Saturday. The large dance floor means you've got plenty of space to rock out. Read more about Premier Billiards >>

  • Premier Nightclub

    2520 Miami Road (US1 & State Road 84) Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316

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