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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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  • Rooftop Lounge

    Rooftop Lounge

    1215 N. Ocean Drive Hollywood, FL 33019
    954-925-0301

    http://www.rooftopresort.com

  • Rooney's Mousetrap

    N. State Road 7 Margate, FL 33063
    954-972-2256

  • Rooney

    Rooney's Public House

    1153 Town Center Drive Jupiter, FL 33458
    561-694-6610

    http://www.rooneyspublichouse.com A one-team sports pub is what Rooney's is all about. The owners are the founders of the Pittsburgh Steelers, a good thing to know before you start talking trash about the Black and Gold. Super Bowl plans must be made well in advance here, of course. The menu in the dark-wood and dark-green rooms is heavy with bar foods, but notable is the all-Angus Rooney burger and the "Ruben meets Rachel" corned beef and turkey sandwich. They're Irish, so potato-leek soup, shepherd's pie, fish and chips, and Irish stew -- dubbed "Steeler's stew " -- are served here -- and the place rocks like a ship on St. Patrick's Day. A long list of brews, with the pub's own Rooney's Red Ale, are offered. Look for a few Pittsburgh favorites as well -- you don't find pierogies on just any menu in town. Read more about Rooney's Public House >>

  • Roony's Pub

    247 SW 71st Ave. Pompano Beach, FL 33068
    954-720-2008

  • Rosey Baby Crawfish & Cajun House

    Rosey Baby Crawfish & Cajun House

    4587 N. University Drive Sunrise, FL 33351
    954-749-5627

    http://www.roseybaby.com By day, students and suits crowd Rosey Baby for crawfish pasta and other Louisiana favorites, but by night, the tiny club pushes tables and chairs aside. Patrons literally bump elbows with the regional crop of traditional blues purveyors regularly holding court. This spicy little number feels like a New Orleans bar mysteriously picked up and planted in Lauderhill. The kicks range from mild, found in appetizers like crawfish bisque and sautéed alligator, to seriously zingy, in main courses such as blackened catfish or blackened rib eye. Buckets of crawfish, served in season only (not available July through December) are the best around, as are boiled Cajun blue crabs, when they're on special. Po-boys and muffulettas are requirements for N'awlins food-lovers. Live entertainment on Fridays and Saturdays. Read more about Rosey Baby Crawfish & Cajun House >>

  • Rosie

    Rosie's Bar and Grill

    2449 Wilton Drive Wilton Manors, FL 33305
    954-567-1320

    http://www.rosiesbarandgrill.com Formerly Hamburger Mary's, Rosie's is a mini paradise in the middle of Wilton Manors. Dance music blasts, gay-culture knickknacks litter the walls, colorful lanterns light the outside patio, and a good-looking friendly staff serves your food and drinks with a wink. Dishes have cheeky titles like "Big 'Dicts" (eggs benedict) and "Ivana Hooker." And, in addition to offering one of the best Sunday brunches in the area, Rosie's boasts a seven-hour happy hour. Wake up with buckets of mimosas, then stumble home after half-off beers, wines, and well drinks. You'll leave as cheerful as the décor. Read more about Rosie's Bar and Grill >>

  • Round Up Country Western Nightclub and Restaurant

    Round Up Country Western Nightclub and Restaurant

    9020 W. State Road 84 Davie, FL 33324
    954-423-1990

    http://www.roundupcountry.com Grab your partner, spin her ’round and ’round, all the way down to Davie's Round Up Country Western Club. 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. There's a wooden bar with beer signs and a few TVs, but you'll rarely see a soul sitting. The patrons are too busy showing off their spur-kickin' moves on the enormous dance floor. But don't fret if you haven't got the square-dancing moves down pat; during the week, Round Up offers free dance lessons. Wearing a ten-gallon hat and snakeskin boots is not a dress code requirement, but it's more fun if you do. Read more about Round Up Country Western Nightclub and Restaurant >>

  • Roxy

    Roxy's

    309 Clematis St. West Palm Beach, FL 33401
    561-296-7699

    http://www.roxyspub.com Roxy's in downtown West Palm Beach is really several spots all in one - the original Roxy's Irish pub, Rome nightclub (Saturday nights, a club which cranks up in season only), the Dueling Pianos bar, and Sky309 - a rooftop bar and restaurant. Known to downtowners for decades, the pub is a friendly spot for beers and burgers - both of which win raves from diners. Long known for its juicy, hand-formed burgers - Roxy's won every burger competition in the city at one point - their grilled wings and Buffalo wing sliders are gaining a legion of bar foods fans. The rest of the menu is more sandwiches, salads, wraps, soups and noshes. Beer selection is notable. On Sundays, the Sky bar is where to be for brunch. Groups go for money prizes in karaoke at the Dueling Piano bars on the second level. TVs are set up at the huge bar for sports fans, and sidewalk seating suits conversationalists. Read more about Roxy's >>

  • Roy

    Roy's Sports Bar

    8000 W. Sample Road Coral Springs, FL 33065
    954-255-8108

    Locals only is the theme of the night over at Roy's Sports Bar in Margate. As you drive down Sample Road, this nondescript bar is easy to miss. However, the customers inside are unforgettable. Although the word sports is in the bar's title, the patrons are more interested in after-hours drinks and karaoke than catching up with the NBA highlights. A number of pool tables are packed into the back of the tiny bar, so getting to know the other tipsy clientele is not a difficult thing to do. The wooden bar extends its way throughout most of venue, and the various attentive bartenders never leave a glass dry. Barely dressed shot girls weave their way through the packed late-night crowd serving up neon-colored concoctions, and the occasional flower-peddling woman hustles the guys. Open until 4 a.m., Roy's is the quintessential spot for winding down the night and getting in some serious people-watching. Read more about Roy's Sports Bar >>

  • Royal Pig Pub & Kitchen

    Royal Pig Pub & Kitchen

    350 E. Las Olas Blvd. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301

    The latest addition to the burgeoning Las Olas nightlife scene is the Royal Pig Pub. Across from Vibe and YOLO, this watering hole is for those in need of a more casual bar scene. The interior is ornate but not overdone and gaudy. Constructed almost completely in wood and brick, the castle-like inside will make you forget that the bar is in the middle of Fort Lauderdale. The décor has an assortment of kitschy – but useful – details like desk lamps illuminating the bar top. Opposite the shiny wood bar and chairs trimmed in red velvet is an array of table tops with medieval-inspired details. Although a dozen or so TVs broadcast the games, they don't make the place feel like a sports bar. Outside is ample seating as well as another bar complete with enormous fans to keep the summer nights cool. Read more about Royal Pig Pub & Kitchen >>

  • Royal Room

    Royal Room

    155 Hammon Ave. Palm Beach, FL 33480
    561-659-8100

    http://www.thecolonypalmbeach.com

  • The Rub

    721 N. Lincoln Lane Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-932-1007

  • The Rum Barrel

    528 Front St. Key West, FL 33040
    305-292-7862

    There are over 150 different kinds of rum in this Philly loving bar. The Mojitos and Caprihanas are amazing, their cheesesteaks are made with Whiz, and they have a $35 bucket of rum that's strong enough to get five people buzzed or two almost incoherent. Read more about The Rum Barrel >>

  • Rumbass Nightclub

    106 N. Military Trail West Palm Beach, FL 33415
    561-640-0678

    http://www.rumbass.com

  • The Rustic Cellar

    The Rustic Cellar

    409 Southeast Mizner Blvd. Boca Raton, FL 33432-6001
    561-392-5237

    http://www.rusticcellar.com

  • Rusty's Bar and Grill

    2104 Beach Court West Palm Beach, FL 33404
    561-841-7707

  • S3

    S3

    505 N. Fort Lauderdale Beach Blvd. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33304
    954-523-7873

    http://www.s3restaurant.com S3, short for Sun, Surf and Sand, is the latest project by the Restaurant People, owners of YOLO, Vibe, and Tarpon Bend. It’s the team’s first foray onto Fort Lauderdale’s beachfront, and it’s doing it in high style, with an even higher budget. Nearly $4 million was spent transforming the first floor of the Hilton Fort Lauderdale Beach Resort into a Pacific-inspired oasis. For this project, which opened mid-2013, company execs Tim Petrillo and Peter Bouloukis have reunited with chef Chris Miracolo. The trio have worked together on and off all the way back to 1995 but parted ways for a while when Miracolo went to work at the farm-to-table restaurant Max’s Harvest in Delray Beach. The menu features entrées that appeal to a professional crowd — like pork loin and skirt steak — more than a dozen raw and sushi items, and a wide choice of small plates that pair well with a trendy cocktail and ocean views. The grilled octopus, for instance, is one of the best dishes in town. Read more about S3 >>

  • Saffron Lounge at Paella Grill

    12389 Pembroke Road Miramar, FL 33025
    954-885-7565

    http://www.paellagrill.com

  • Sail Inn Tavern

    Sail Inn Tavern

    657 NE Eighth St. Delray Beach, FL 33483
    561-276-5147

    The fact that it's been a bar since 1953 makes the Sail Inn Tavern a historic neighborhood bar. The boat on its roof and its staunchly loyal locals make it an institution. The place is so beloved, the bartenders come up through the ranks after many years as regulars. Decorated with salvaged nautical elements such as portholes, ocean maps and boat ropes, and personal memorabilia from the bar "family," the place is both kitschy and homey. With just one pool table and a few TVs, the real entertainment comes from the characters: bikers, golf and tennis pros, writers, tattooed bad asses, loudmouthed lesbians, metal heads, meatheads, and the late-night party set. With the best Jäger bombs ever, don't plan on getting tanked and sleeping it off on site. The Sail Inn doesn't actually offer lodging, but the name is a convenient setup for its motto: "Sail Inn, stumble out!" Read more about Sail Inn Tavern >>

  • Saint

    1000 W. State Road 84 Fort Lauderdale, FL 33315
    954-525-7883

  • Sally O'Brien's

    17 S. Fort Lauderdale Beach Blvd. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316-1530
    954-522-4641

  • SallyO Irish Pub

    SallyO Irish Pub

    17 S. Fort Lauderdale Beach Blvd. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316

    Nestled in a mahogany corner of the bright-orange Beach Place, SallyO Irish Pub comes straight from Ireland, literally. All of the mahogany paneling, bar, and ceiling were made in the motherland and shipped over. The bar stocks wine, tea from Britain, and various beers from Ireland and serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Families staying in hotels nearby can bring the kids for pajama karaoke on Mondays. For a more mature crowd, SallyO offers a 17-piece jazz band on Thursdays and a winetasting on Wednesdays at 7 p.m. and Sundays at 1 p.m. Those who are sandy after a day at the beach can grab a beer at a smaller pavilion bar outside. Read more about SallyO Irish Pub >>

  • The Sample Road Tavern

    8000 W. Sample Road Margate, FL 33065
    954-688-9030

    http://www.sampleroadtavern.com

  • SandBar

    SandBar

    900 Sunrise Lane Fort Lauderdale, FL 33304
    954-990-7578

    http://www.sandbarfortlauderdale.com The ocean breeze, a view of bikini babes passing by, and a cold one in hand. What could be better? This beachside trifecta of paradise is what makes the Sandbar the ultimate sunny-afternoon spot to grab a drink. Part of the corridor of bars, tattoo shops, and shops off Fort Lauderdale Beach Boulevard, this venue is all about high-energy music mixed with a casual setting. Completely open air and made up of two levels, there is no shortage of places to sit and people-watch as the day passes by. Read more about SandBar >>

  • Sandbar Lounge

    Sandbar Lounge

    6752 Collins Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33141
    305-865-1752

    There's a relaxed, beachy feel, with a half foot of sand covering the floor. Tiki decorations, and a lifeguard stand round out the theme. The local-friendly neighborhood bar also offers pool tables. There are happy-hour specials weekdays from 4 to 8 p.m., and drink deals include $1 off anything and two-for-one shots. Every Sunday, there's a complimentary buffet. Homemade chili is served during NFL games aired on large flat-screens at the bar. Read more about Sandbar Lounge >>

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