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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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  • Sunset Grill at Seminole Casino Coconut Creek

    Sunset Grill at Seminole Casino Coconut Creek

    5550 NW 40th St. Coconut Creek, FL 33073
    954-977-6700 Outside the Coconut Creek Casino doors is the Sunset Grill, a tiki bar with a relaxing environment away from the gambling hype. An oval-shaped wooden bar fills the open-air space. Flat-screen televisions hang from the ceiling, showing the latest happenings in sports and entertainment. Although the bar is outdoors, no need to worry about the heat, with misting fans keeping the place cool. In addition to a variety of beers on tap and fruity mixed drinks, the Sunset Grill has a wide selection of burgers and snacks. Casual and laid-back, the Sunset Grill is the casino's spot for unwinding after a long day at the poker tables. Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • Sunset Grill at Seminole Casino Coconut Creek

    Sunset Grill at Seminole Casino Coconut Creek

    5550 Northwest 40th St. Coconut Creek, FL 33073

  • Blu Sushi

    Blu Sushi

    501 S. Federal Highway Hallandale, FL 33009

  • Sushi Song

    3414 N. Ocean Blvd. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308

  • Swamp Bar

    Swamp Bar

    5721 Seminole Way Hollywood, FL 33026

  • Swampgrass Willys

    Swampgrass Willys

    9910 Alt A1A Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410
    561-625-1555 Swampgrass Willys offers more than 70 bottled beers and features live local music, karaoke, jukebox, a poker league, pool tables, air hockey, the latest Golden Tee, Wii games, Guitar Hero, televised sports, and more. It's also the home of SwampStudios, a full ProTools HD3 recording and rehearsal studio. It's open seven days a week, and happy Hour is Monday through Friday from 3:30 to 7 p.m. The kitchen is open until 2:30 a.m. Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • Sweetwater Bar & Grill

    Sweetwater Bar & Grill

    1507 S. Federal Highway Boynton Beach, FL 33435
    561-509-9277 Where most places in South Florida focus on letting in the pervasive sunlight, inside Sweetwater, the bar is brooding, framed by exposed brick, hardwood floors, and low light. Behind the bar, you're likely to find Sean Iglehart, a self-proclaimed bar man whose passion is mixology. It may take awhile to get a drink at this Boynton Beach spot, but that's because these handcrafted cocktails are among the finest around. Quality ingredients like homemade bitters, fresh fruit juices, esoteric gins, or bitter Amaro€” go into classic recipes from yesteryear, such as a Ramos gin fizz, made with Plymouth sloe gin, lemon, simple syrup, club soda, egg whites, and a garnish in a highball glass. Or go for the Aviation, a lovely concoction of gin and the purplish Creme de Violette. Allow yourself the time and piece of mind to savor one (or three). Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • Swinging Richards

    1350 SW 2nd St. Pompano Beach, FL 33069

  • Sybarite Pig

    20642 State Road 7 Boca Raton, FL 33498
    561-883-3200 Beer geeks like to eat too -- and what could possibly pair better with a nice cold brew than a big pile of meat? For said group, this is your spot in Boca Raton. With an ever-changing selection of craft beers that could keep any brew fan busy for months and a menu full of inventive pub grub like bone marrow, tri-tip duck fat burgers, and apple lemon pork sausage to soak it all up, this place could turn any beer naysayer into a full-fledged fan -- unless, of course, you just happen to be a vegetarian. The chilled-out vibe and menu of carnivorous comfort will have you feeling much better by the end, regardless of your current frame of mind. Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • T

    T's Lounge

    312 S. Congress Ave. West Palm Beach, FL 33406

    Once named Exotic Dancer Magazine's feature club of the year, the website for T's Lounge assures patrons that more than just a gentleman's club, it's "an [expletive] party." The club newsletter, which notifies potential guests of upcoming events, also occasionally sends free drink coupons and admission passes, both of which are awfully kind and party-conducive (you can also receive this in text-message form). The girls are fully nude, the lap dances are full friction, and with adult film stars making special appearance every week, six VIP rooms, newly added ten-minute champagne rooms, and giveaways during every major feature show, even a standard entry fee seems like a small price to pay. Of course, if you'd like to skip over that as well, head to T's Lounge on a Sunday: There's no cover fee, and the $1 Yuengling drafts (also available Saturday) make the usually well-priced $3.25 wells and domestics ($3.50 on imports during happy hour) seem pricey. If you like your games to feature background ladies, "The Barstool Quarterback Bucket Special" is available during all pro football games: Five domestic beers are $12, five imports are $15, and the BBQ buffet is free. The dress code isn't strict -- no hats, and no sleeveless shirts. Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • T-Mex Cantina

    T-Mex Cantina

    204 SW Second St. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
    954-463-2003 This tight little spot used to be San Loco Cantina. The name's changed, but the homey, semi-authentic Mexi-Cancun flair remains. Stop in for a Modelo (Yes, they have Corona too.) T-Mex is one of the best outlets for inexpensive Mexican street food in Fort Lauderdale, this 20-seat joint offers the signature "taco loco." The house specialty is a hard-shell corn taco with a choice of filling and a flour tortilla - spread with refried beans or guacamole - wrapped around it. Also available are burritos, taco salads, quesadillas, and enchiladas - hearty and satisfying homemade fare at fast-food prices. Chili-pepper lovers should check out the "stupid" sauce. Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • Taboo Lounge

    250 N. Broadwalk Hollywood, FL 33019

  • Taboo Ultra Lounge

    Taboo Ultra Lounge

    309 Royal Palm Place Boca Raton, FL 33432

    Although it's 15 feet from a Ten Commandments monument in the heart of Royal Palm Plaza, Boca club Taboo doesn't veil its intention to break some rules. Red curtains build anticipation as you walk into a smoky room with two bars, fiery red blown-glass chandeliers, and blue lights illuminating a second-floor DJ and the two dancers on his right and left, wrapping themselves around a pole. The music is a fun blend of '90s Top 40 dance hits that will follow you to the polished outside patio featuring another bar and plenty of comfy, white couches. Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • Tailgators Sports Bar & Grill

    Tailgators Sports Bar & Grill

    3001 E. Commercial Blvd. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308

    Tailgators is a sports bar located in a large box of a building on the corner of Commercial Boulevard and Bayview Drive, which has seen many businesses come and go. But this one, hopefully, seems to have done all the right things to increase its staying power. Inside the layout is that of an intimate theater. The entrance is the highest point in the building, other than the bar to your right. From there it descends into a pit area that contains a dance floor and stage. There is live music regularly during the week on a dance floor normally occupied by a ping pong table. The pit area also contains the usual bar games, even a claw vending machine. The décor throughout is tasteful with dark woods and black granite topped bars. And like any good sports bar no line of sight is without a flat screen. They have a full bar, serve food for lunch and dinner, and customers reap the added bonus of getting their beers in chilled mugs. Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • Tantra Restaurant & Lounge

    Tantra Restaurant & Lounge

    1445 Pennsylvania Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-672-4765 This restolounge's sex-centered gimmickry (supposedly aphrodisiac food, a grass-covered floor, belly dancers, soft-core porn flicks) might be dated, but its perennially packed Monday and weekend club nights suggest there are still many people who want to party like it's 1997. Although some of the sensual stuff plays havoc with the concept of fine dining (DJ music that overwhelms table conversation; incense that overpowers food smells), a few of Miami's best local chefs have made their names here - most notably Michelle Bernstein and most recently Top Chef competitor Sandee Birdsong. Offerings include intriguing specials like goat cheese flan with fresh blackberries and lemon zest, along with predictably lavish classics: seared foie gras; a lobster/mango/avocado napoleon with truffle vinaigrette; and a lux take on surf and turf (filet mignon with Cuban coffee sauce, plus a lobster tail). Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • Tap & Cork

    300 SW 1st Ave. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301

    Fort Lauderdale's Riverfront has a slew of bars and restaurants, including the newly opened Tap & Cork. With its large front windows, this bar is the spot for people-watching, especially on the weekends. A long bar occupies the back end of the room, where just about every bottle in stock is displayed in nifty glass cases. Although there is no liquor being served, you'll never notice. There is a slew of beers, wines, and even sake to choose from. In fact, sake bombs are the bar's speciality. Low-key in décor and atmosphere, this downtown bar is a laid-back find amid the packed venues on Himmarshee. Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • Tap 42

    Tap 42

    1411 S. Andrews Ave. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316
    954-463-4900 Set in a sprawling indoor and outdoor space with plenty of parking, Tap 42 is named for the number of craft beers available on tap. Coveted brews such as Left Hand Milk Stout sell out fast at this mecca for beer geeks. The bar also features eight liquor pulls and a handful of bourbon cocktails, should beer not serve a strong enough buzz. Thoughtful design details and an open space makes for a stylish bar scene. Texaco signs and old neon serve as backdrops against mismatched salvaged wood walls, Because of its minimalist decor, Tap 42 is often louder than the average restaurant. Burgers are the safe bet on the menu, with the rest hit and miss. A Brussels sprout side arrives still crunchy. A pork belly appetizer plates under salted, lacking flavor. For now, Tap 42 remains a drinking destination, though a lovely one at that. Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • Tapas & Tintos

    Tapas & Tintos

    448 Espanola Way Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-538-8272 The original Tapas & Tintos still holds ground as one of the most popular spots catering to locals as well as the heavy tourist traffic on Española Way. This charming barcito serves giant pitchers of homemade sangria and offers an immense menu of small plates that capitalize on traditional Spanish flavors. A tasty trio of croquetas ($6.50) includes spinach, potato, and a wonderfully salty cod version. Meaty boquerones ($8.75) are plentiful on the plate -- no skinny white anchovies here. From squid to mussels to scallops, get your seafood double-stuffed with a creamy mix of more seafood that is baked until bubbly and golden ($10.50 to $11.95). Try the dedos del diablo langostinos ($13.75), a delicious signature dish of butterflied jumbo shrimp filled with Serrano ham and goat cheese, covered in breadcrumbs, and deep-fried to golden perfection. Meat lovers will rejoice in a classic parrillada de carnes ($23.95), a generously sized platter of charbroiled pork loin, skirt steak, chorizo, and chicken. A basic seafood paella ($36.95) can be revved up with the addition of lobster ($58.95). More adventuresome types might want to order the arroz negro, paella blackened with squid ink ($38.45). Take tango lessons Monday nights, or watch professional flamenco dancers Wednesdays and Saturdays. Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • Tapestry Bar

    1 S. County Road Palm Beach, FL 33480
    561-655-6611 You don't have to be a wealthy guest of the renowned Breakers Resort to enjoy a cocktail in this luxurious setting, but it certainly couldn't hurt. Located off the main lobby of the upscale travel destination, this plush lounge is one of Palm Beach's prime spots to rub elbows with beautiful people in a beautiful setting. The room has a throw-back sophistication -- lots of gold touches, low lighting, and the behemoth namesake tapestries -- without being too stuffy. If you're looking to mingle on a budget, head there early and get in on the daily happy hour with half-priced cocktails from 5 to 7 p.m. The high-ceilinged room hosts live music every night of the week, mostly of the jazz, pop, and world varieties. Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • Tatiana Restaurant & Night Club

    Tatiana Restaurant & Night Club

    1710 E. Hallandale Beach Blvd. Hallandale, FL 33009

  • TATU

    5750 Seminole Way Hollywood, FL 33026

  • Tavern 213

    213 SW 2nd St. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301-1821

    Downtown Fort Lauderdale's old-school punk bar has been brought back to life on Himmarshee Street. Sharing its location with E-Bar, this tightly packed bar may be small in size, but it's certainly large in personality. The exposed brick walls and industrial ceiling mimic that of an underground rock club from the ’80s in the meatpacking district. The entryway to the bar is open-air, perfect for people-watching. Packed into the corner, with close proximity to the patrons, is a tiny stage. During the week, various DJs spin, but on Sunday nights, an assortment of local rock-music favorites take the stage. Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • Templo Nightclub

    619 Washington Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139

  • Tempo Music Lounge

    Tempo Music Lounge

    2000 Harrison St. Hollywood, FL 33020

    Tempo Music Lounge is the latest edition to the burgeoning Hollywood nightlife scene. Located on the end of Harrison street, this soul fueled lounge brings a new type of flavor to the surrounding area. The well sized venue has wood floors throughout and is dripping in white and accented with red trimmings. Electric guitars adorn the walls and candles illuminate the industrial space. Branded as the new hub for musicians, Tempo Music Lounge has nightly events exploring all genres of sound from reggae to soul and jazz. Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • Tequesta Brewing Co.

    Tequesta Brewing Co.

    287 S. U.S. 1 Jupiter, FL 33469
    561-745-5000 The Tequesta Brewing Co. is a perfect mixture of old and new. The always-packed Jupiter tap room sports modern flourishes like exposed metal rafters and dark-blue lighting that makes the stainless-steel brewing vessels visible from the bar look like UFOs about to take flight. Complementing that is vintage-style black-and-white photography and a 100-year-old bar that looks like it was taken straight out of a German bier garden. TBC's beers are all topnotch, from the smooth and drinkable Gnarly Barley to the heavy-hitting Double IPA injected with nitrogen. But the one that best represents owner Matt Webster's ability to toe that contemporary/classical divide is Der Chancellor, a German-style Kölsch that pours a beautiful shade of pale gold. In authentic fashion, this light-bodied lager is well-carbonated, with an almost champagne-like finish. But where Webster introduces a bit of good ol' American ingenuity is in the hops, a heady dose that's slightly bitter but extremely aromatic. The result is a brew that demands another round — and one you can appreciate no matter how old- (or new-)school a beer drinker you are. Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

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