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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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  • Off the Hookah

    Off the Hookah

    111 SW 2nd Ave. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
    954-761-8686

    http://www.offthehookah.com Off the Hookah is downtown Fort Lauderdale's dance club, hookah lounge, and waterfront dining wrapped up in one sexy, Mediterranean-themed venue. Vegas-style flair bartenders serve the drinks, belly dancers arouse the onlookers, and the Mediterranean and sushi menu tantalizes the taste buds. There are cabana beds throughout the venue; thus, you can ask someone to go to bed without having to go home. Or ask a cutie to munch on the Mediterranean platter and share a banana/honey-flavored hookah (not hooker, wiseguy!). Also, there are drink specials during happy hour, ladies’ night, and college night to keep the party going. Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • Original Fat Cat

    Original Fat Cat's

    320 SW Second St. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312
    954-467-5867

    http://www.facebook.com/originalfatcats For those seeking a grittier alternative to the suits and heels scene on Las Olas Boulevard, Fat Cat's is a downtown Fort Lauderdale mainstay featuring dark, Americana-littered walls, an eclectic program of local live music, and a formidable selection of cheap beer. Active types dance and sing along an inch from the stage, while the sullen sit in the shadows watching, drinking, and loving every minute of it. Shoot a game of pool, groove to the live reggae on Wednesday nights, or hang out on the front patio for some great people-watching. Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • Parrot Lounge

    Parrot Lounge

    911 Sunrise Lane Fort Lauderdale, FL 33304
    954-563-1493

    http://www.parrotlounge.com Fun. Food. Libation. Those are the words stamped above the door at the Parrot Lounge, one of Fort Lauderdale's oldest bars. And you can bet that the folks inside stick to that slogan. Tucked inside a corner near the beach, the red-brick building is sandwiched between tattoo shops, and despite its close proximity to a slew of spring-break hangouts, this is no tourist trap. Technically a beach bar, but you'd never know it. The exposed brick walls, sports memorabilia, and patrons make it feel like a Northeastern watering hole. Tip: It's known to be a Philly hangout, so other fans beware. Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • Pelican Landing

    Pelican Landing

    2301 SE 17th St. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316
    954-525-6666

    http://pier66.hyatt.com/hyatt/hotels/entertainment/restaurants/index.jsp Pelican Landing is the more casual watering hole adjoining the Hyatt's Pier 66 (Grille 66 is the upscale neighbor). But you wouldn't know it by the docks of million-dollar yachts you have to walk past to get there. Look east and the marina, peppered with sailboats and sports fishermen, seems to go on forever; look west and the waterway only gets more enchanting with views of the 17th Street bridge and, well, only more envy-inspiring as the yachts get bigger and more expensive. It's not an all-night spot, as it closes at 11 p.m., but sit outside on the second-story patio for one of the best atmospheres for watching the sunset. Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • The Pirate Republic Seafood Bar & Grill

    The Pirate Republic Seafood Bar & Grill

    400 SW Third Ave. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33315
    954-761-3500

    http://www.piraterepublicbar.com 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 this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • PJ

    PJ's Corner Pocket

    924 N. Flagler Drive Fort Lauderdale, FL 33304
    954-533-0257

    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 this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • Plato's Retreat

    321 W. Sunrise Blvd. Lauderdale Lakes, FL 33311
    954-523-9818

  • Poorhouse

    Poorhouse

    110 SW Third Ave. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312
    954-522-5145

    http://www.poorhousebar.com 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 this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • Posh

    Posh

    110 N. Federal Highway Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312
    954-763-3553

    http://www.poshlasolas.com 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 this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • Premier Nightclub

    2520 Miami Road (US1 & State Road 84) Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316
    954-533-2778

  • Preston's Wine & Martini Lounge

    620 E. Las Olas Blvd. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
    954-467-0671

    http://www.riversidehotel.com/dining/prestons-lounge

  • Quarterdeck

    Quarterdeck

    1541 Cordova Road Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316
    954-467-2028

    http://www.quarterdeckrestaurants.com/v2/ Always packed indoors and out, this bar and restaurant pulls a young, beer-guzzling, boating crowd. Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • Ramrod

    Ramrod

    1508 NE Fourth Ave. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33304
    954-763-8219

    http://www.ramrodbar.com Leather and light spirits, despite the serious sexual energy and sex-toy shop, make this indoor/outdoor bar a great place to hang out -- or to pick up. Ramrod is basically the "Cheers" of Wilton Manors. There's something intriguing about bear culture that draws people in, whether you're a bear or not. Cub, bear, otter, or anything in between, it doesn't matter; the moment you walk into Ramrod, you can sense a community. In den-like fashion, the bar is dark, there are gargoyle statues everywhere, and they play minimal house music that's so old that it's already on trend again -- but, then again, you’re not there for the music anyway. Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • The Retro Lounge

    The Retro Lounge

    2608 S. Federal Highway Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316
    561-716-3200

    The new Retro Lounge brings its rockabilly flare and tattoo-enthusiast style to Fort Lauderdale's nightlife scene. Throughout the shared space, rockabilly dudes and ladies with pinup styling mingle with Fort Lauderdale's rock 'n' roll party crowd. Originally a one-room tattoo boutique, the Retro Lounge has expanded to include a cozy backroom, where clients get tattooed and primped beneath pictures of John Dillinger and "The Rat Pack." Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • Rocco

    Rocco's Tacos and Tequila Bar

    1313 E. Las Olas Blvd. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
    954-524-9550

    http://www.roccostacos.com Rocco's Tacos is a trendy and upbeat Mexican restaurant on Las Olas Boulevard known for its handmade tortillas, guacamole made to order, and more than 225 types of tequila. The décor is fun and modern, including large star-encrusted chandeliers, Mexican memorabilia, rustic wooden tables, and roomy booths. At night, Rocco's Tacos caters to the South Florida party scene, playing top 40 hits. On the weekends, Rocco himself is known to perform his special "tequila dance" on top of the bar while pouring guests shots. There is outdoor and indoor seating available. Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • Rock Bar

    Rock Bar

    219 S. Fort Lauderdale Beach Blvd. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316
    954-728-9804

    http://www.itsbetteronthebeach.com/rock-bar/ Fort Lauderdale beach's newly renovated Rock Bar looks like how it sounds -- cheesy, lowbrow, and fun. An edgy red and black motif is complemented by record-sleeve-lined walls, bathtub-sized margarita glasses, and the biggest disco ball you'll probably ever see in your life. Ample indoor/outdoor seating; lots of cheap, beachy drink specials; and uncomfortably loud electronic (curiously, not rock) music streaming over the sidewalk make this an ideal location for a 20-something crowd, especially during spring-break season. And even though the oceanfront views are great, what rock-inspired lounge would be complete without a dark and seedy backdoor-accessible counterpart? Inside and behind Rock Bar is Exit 66, an enormous, Americana-themed dance room, complete with its own separate tiki bar and swimming pool out back. The possibilities for debauchery are virtually endless. Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • 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 this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • 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 this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • 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 this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • 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 (pork loin, 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 this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • 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 this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • 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 this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • Sangrias

    Sangrias

    221 S. Fort Lauderdale Beach Blvd. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316
    954-728-9804

    http://www.itsbetteronthebeach.com/sangrias/

  • Seventh Street Wine Company

    Seventh Street Wine Company

    701 S. Federal Highway Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316
    954-522-5560

    Seventh Street Wine Company has it all: atmosphere, service, and quality. Located off Federal Highway in an inconspicuous yellowish building, Seventh Street's entrance is around the back in what looks like a pretty cruddy parking lot. But walk in and the multiple spaces take you in. Low ceilings open up to wonderfully lit rooms with brown leather sofas and funky light fixtures; the bar boasts an entirely different color scheme with blue walls and cushions attached to the contemporary metal chairs. If that's not enough, there is a cozy seating area outside, and a private room indoors that features a large flat screen and wine-box cabinets. Wine novices shouldn't fret. It may seem a bit intimidating at first, but the staff is very helpful and you can sample, though not for free, the more than 70 wines that are on tap. Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

  • Shooters Waterfront Cafe

    Shooters Waterfront Cafe

    3033 NE 32nd Ave. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308
    954-566-2855

    http://www.shooterscafe.com Shooters has been one of Fort Liquordale's stomping grounds since it anchored on the Intracoastal in 1982. The casual, fun atmosphere is known to heat up over the weekends during the Hot Bod contests at the pool next door. And wild times abound at the annual Halloween costume contest and party. Shooters serves decent American comfort food, but it's the waterfront view and fun atmosphere that really bring people to the tables. For those who drink like a fish, the bar mixes awesome fishbowl-sized cocktails. Grab a dockside table to catch a glimpse of the Florida boating lifestyle: Rows of yachts and cigarette boats tie up here, creating a scene like no other in Liquordale. Read more about this Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach bar or club >>

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