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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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  • La Bare North Miami

    2750 E. Oakland Park Blvd. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33306

  • Laser Wolf

    Laser Wolf

    901 Progresso Drive Fort Lauderdale, FL 33304
    954-667-9373 Located where NE Fourth Avenue meets the train tracks, Laser Wolf fits in an unusual triangular space. The place vibrates with bright-red walls, a mural by pro skateboarder Kris Markovich, and the runaway trendiness of a crowd that gathers between its walls to drink sake and locally crafted microbrews. Ashtrays feature the Misfits’ skull logo, and even the chairs made the trip from the moody-hip downtown hangout the Poorhouse. Dance parties instinctively emerge in front of the DJ’s corner setup, while an adjacent, charming courtyard hosts bands for the rock-devoted. Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • Lauderdale Grill

    Lauderdale Grill

    1901 Cordova Road Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316
    954-524-1118 This spacious bar and grill hidden in the back of the Harbor Shops has all the trappings of a sports bar: two bars inside and out, plenty of big screen TVs (including two projection screens), and some good pub food to match. Lunch specials start around $7, and feature creative choices like a fried snapper Reuben made with local fish and jalapeno slaw, and grilled cheese on challah with great house-made chili. The place also makes great prime rib that it ages for four weeks, then smokes to completion. Happy hour runs 4 to 7 p.m. daily, and everything is half price during that time. There's a few problems, though: The central bar is pretty small, and the televisions above it are mounted really high. You've got to crank your neck to see any games on; that, or face away from the bar awkwardly and watch the projection screen behind you. Our suggestion: Come on a weekend, grab a breezy patio seat, and partake in the bloody mary bar (11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday). For four bucks you get to a double shot of vodka and access to over 20 bloody mary fixings, from tomato juice and lime to an outstanding homemade mix. Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • Lefty

    Lefty's Tavern and Grille

    11300 State Road 84 Plantation, FL 33325

    Because of its close proximity to Nova Southeastern, Lefty's Tavern and Grille gets a lot of business from college students. There's live music on Wednesdays, karaoke every Friday, and Trivia Tuesdays. For the food, chicken wings are the main attraction, but you can also find salads, burgers, and an array of sandwiches, like the fried grouper Reuben. Another draw? It's always happy hour at Lefty's, where you can get $2.25 domestic drafts, five-for-$10 domestic bottles, $2.49 well liquor, and $3.49 house wine and a few name brands of liquor, including Bacardi and Smirnoff, anytime from 11 a.m. to 2 a.m. You can wash down those drink specials with 50-cent wings and clams available Monday through Wednesday. Family fun is offered too via a makeshift arcade for the little ones, and you may even find a clown making animal balloons on Wednesdays, when kids eat free (with the purchase of adult entrée). Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • Lips


    1421 E. Oakland Park Blvd. Oakland Park, FL 33334
    954-567-0987 You don't go to Fort Lauderdale's Lips to eat but to be eaten: The drag queens and divas who patrol the crowd have a sharp eye for a sweet little morsel like you to chew on, so wear your thickest skin. Dinner shows, with a full three-course menu, are at 8:15 or 8:30 Tuesday through Sunday and offer a different theme each night (Bitchy Bingo on Wednesdays); the popular Gospel Brunch on Sunday plays at 11 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. to a mix of straight couples, elderly tourists, bachelorette parties, and gay blades celebrating their birthdays. Continental entrées of steak, chicken, lamb chops, salads, and sandwiches don't rise far above average, but the show is a hoot and worth every penny. Sunday Brunch is the best bargain, with all-you-can-drink mimosas and bloodies. Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • LIT Smoke Shop

    2125 Stirling Road Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312

  • The Little Pub

    351 SW 27th Ave. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312

  • Living Room at the W

    Living Room at the W

    401 North Fort Lauderdale Beach Blvd. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33304
    954-414-8200 Not to be mistaken for the Living Room Night Club formerly on Las Olas Boulevard, Living Room at the W Hotel on Fort Lauderdale Beach offers a chic, loungey alternative to the permanent spring break vibes of most other bars and clubs on the strip. More suitable for a sunset snack and drink or intimate group outing than a raging all-nighter, this upscale bar features an outdoor terrace with great views of the ocean and plenty of luxurious table and sofa real estate inside. A modern color palette of silver, white, and blue and ambient LED lighting throughout complement the overpriced cocktails and the affluent 20-somethings who drink them. If the DJ changed things up with some occasional house or lounge music instead of sticking to Top 40 hits, Living Room at the W might stand out as more than just another tourist trap on Fort Lauderdale beach. Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • The Lounge

    The Lounge

    2301 SE 17th St. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316

    Pier 66's the Lounge feels like a modern café. Sleek in its décor with an ice-blue theme and leisurely, loungey seating, the bar boasts views of the hotel's pool and a substantial menu to go along with your boozing. The alcoholic options are more limited than a typical bar and more limited than what the rest of Pier 66's drinking spots like the Pelican and Grille 66 & Bar offer. But it is more comfortable and anonymous than the others and perfect for a quiet drink after work or before a night out. Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • Lucky

    Lucky's Tavern

    214 SW Second St. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301

    Crowned home of the three-legged dog, Lucky's Tavern is the latest addition to the downtown Himmarshee drinking district, replacing Coyote Ugly. The interior structure wasn't given much of a face-lift, but it has been cleaned up quite a bit. Monstrous flat-screen TVs replace the lingerie collection, the various novelty flags are nowhere to be seen, and a photo of Charlie Sheen hangs behind the bar. However, the venue's appearance isn't the only thing that's been spruced up - the staff is mostly male, and there isn't a body-shot-serving, fishnet-wearing bartender in sight. It's safe to say Lucky's is the antithesis of Coyote Ugly. In addition to an enormous selection of liquors to choose from, there are 18 beers on tap, including a few craft brews (and they're not too pricey - about $5 each). Lucky's Tavern doesn't have a gimmicky concept hiding behind its doors; it's just a simple watering hole to visit with a group of friends for a round of pool, catch a game, and listen to live music. Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • Lulu

    Lulu's Bait Shack

    17 S. Fort Lauderdale Beach Blvd. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316
    954-463-7425 Great view… no, awesome view… and okay food. Directly across the street from the beach, on the second floor, Lulu's has perhaps the best ocean panorama of any bar or resturant on that stretch of A1A. The breeze that fills this open-air eatery tends to remain stiff -- nice for the A/C bill, not so kind to plastic cups. Daytime is usually filled with tourists and undiscriminating locals shopping at BeachPlace, and nights can turn a tad frat-boy bacchanalian. (This is the place to order a rum runner, with a floater, in a "souvenir bikini glass" shaped like a headless lady's body.) The New Orleans-style menu items are adequate, but the oysters are pre-shucked, though the fried alligator remains a true treat. You'd never bring a Louisianan here and expect her to be impressed, but when you absolutely have to wolf down a shrimp po-boy, Lulu's is right here. Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • Macabi

    Macabi's Cigar Bar

    1221 E. Las Olas Blvd. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301

    A tiny tobacco shop where you can get a range of quality cigars and cigarettes as well as beer and wine. Its intimate setting is perfect for making chitchat. Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • Maguire

    Maguire's Hill 16

    535 N. Andrews Ave. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
    954-764-4453 Although other Irish bars may stay slightly truer to the Irish Pub image -- Waxy O'Connor's and the Field spring immediately to mind -- Maguires still retains a huge helping of mementos and scenery from the Auld Sod. With a whopping seven "Best Of" awards under its belt, this cozy, neighborhood Irish bar is truly a place for all occasions, be it a raucous Saint Patrick's Day party, an afterwork drinking session, or dinner with the fam. Traditional fare like bangers 'n' mash and lamb stew mingles with sandwiches, salads, and some very large burgers. Drinks are poured strong by a staff that knows just how you like 'em, and a two-for-one happy hour includes free bites of food. Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • Mai-Kai


    3599 N. Federal Highway Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308
    954-563-3272 The Mai-Kai is easy to love. It's not that its oversized tiki cocktails and Lobster Tahitienne are anything to write home about. It's just that you can't set foot in the place without succumbing to a deep enchantment: You've entered a waking dreamworld, part Blue Lagoon, part Monkey's Paw. Maybe because it's dark as a cave or because you're never more than ten feet from running water. Or because the cocktail waitresses are dressed in Barbarella-era bikinis or because, as you grope your way through room after room lit by jewel-colored lanterns, there's a kitschy-surreal surprise around every corner. What most people are looking for is the Polynesian dance and fire-eating shows, which are fun, for sure. And the Mai-Kai's daily happy hour in the bar, with half-price food and drinks, is fair game for any bargain hunter. By the time you finally make your way out to the winding, torch-lit path in the garden, you're feeling as intrepid and remote as Henry Morton Stanley trailing Livingstone through the Congo. Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • Mango

    Mango's Restaurant and Lounge

    904 E. Las Olas Blvd. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
    954-523-5001 Having weathered the economic downturn that knocked off some of its neighbors, this Las Olas mainstay is still kicking. Of course, this corner joint comes with some of that boulevard's highbrow appeal (you can spend $17 on a salad here). It's popular place for a power-lunch, an interview, or a first date - it smacks of professionalism. That carries to the kitchen, which pumps out semi-fancy grub with panache. Entrees are adventurous but not so crazy they'd bother Grandmother, and most feature an Italian flair. The outdoor tables - even the interior window seats - are perfectly positioned for late-night people-gawking on this trendier-than-thou strip of Fort Lauderdale's prime real estate, and live bands play nightly. Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • Manual Fatties

    21 W. Las Olas Blvd. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301

    Lodged between the Parlor and Brick Rock Bar, Manual Fatties is a no-frills watering hole in the Riverfront bar scene. A large, metal bar fills one end of the venue, which sports exposed ceilings. A variety of liquor bottles is lined up behind the bar, where massive television screens project music videos, sports happenings, and computer graphics. Opposite the bar top, a series of stools lines a wall of windows, ideal for a bit of people-watching. The décor is minimal and clean, giving off an industrialized feeling, similar to that of a bar in the meat-packing district. Often packed with college crowds, the party usually spills onto the streets outside the bar and rarely provides for a dull moment. Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • McSorley

    McSorley's Beach Pub

    837 N. Fort Lauderdale Beach Blvd. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33304
    954-565-4446 McSorley's Beach Pub boasts friendly service and some really cheap drink specials — that's about as far as its Irish-ness extends. Still, this watering hole is a haven for anyone looking for that perfect blend of bar vibes: beachfront chill, frat-party sloppy, and now, with its recent renovations, upscale lounge. The upstairs patio and sundeck areas, together newly dubbed “Tonic,” have been remodeled with large flat-screen TVs, disco balls, and color-changing LED lighting, giving the whole space more of a club feel. If you're not quite in the mood to dance, don't worry. Downstairs at McSorley's is still all dive, complete with tables for beer pong and bartenders who know your name. Check out the all-you-can-drink special on Fridays, or stop by for Beach Bash Saturdays, featuring a laser light show upstairs and a resident VJ spinning hits all night long. Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • Mi Casa, Su Casa

    2750 Griffin Road Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312

  • 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 >>

  • 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 >>

  • 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 >>

  • 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 >>

  • Ocean Mist Pub

    Ocean Mist Pub

    210 E. Commercial Blvd. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33334

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