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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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  • Atrio Restaurant & Wine Room at Conrad Miami

    Atrio Restaurant & Wine Room at Conrad Miami

    1395 Brickell Ave. Miami, FL 33131
    305-503-6529

    http://conradhotels.hilton.com Atrio Restaurant is a bit stuffy and serious, but that's not surprising -- it's nestled in the Conrad Miami, a hotel frequented primarily by business travelers. But situated on the 25th floor of the building, within floor-to-ceiling windows and romantic balconies, Atrio boasts a beautiful view of Brickell. The menu and culinary direction, though, have suffered from some chef-shuffling in the past few years. First it produced "Asian-Latin-influenced progressive American cuisine" under the helm of Michael Gilligan, went through a four-month period with no culinary director, and then transferred hands to Jonathan McCann, who produces mainly American comfort food with few flourishes. While hearty but small portions of Angus filet with béarnaise sauce ($36) and roasted halibut served with a polenta cake, fava beans, and radish slaw ($35) are certainly satisfying, the prices suggest more cutting-edge execution or creative ingredient pairing. Some more interesting choices include an appetizer of smoked duck carpaccio served with celery root salad and truffle vinaigrette ($15) and stuffed rabbit saddle that comprises a braised leg, zucchini ribbons, and olive jus ($28). Read more about Atrio Restaurant & Wine Room at Conrad Miami >>

  • Blackbird Ordinary

    Blackbird Ordinary

    729 SW 1st Ave. Miami, FL 33130
    305-671-3307

    http://www.blackbirdordinary.com The nightlife team behind Purdy Lounge on the beach, and The Bar in Coral Gables is at it again, bringing their signature super-chill, never-a-cover concept to the Brickell area. Blackbird features 7 nights a week of quality music programming and drink specials that keep the local heads rocking till the early morning. Read more about Blackbird Ordinary >>

  • Cafeina

    Cafeina

    297 NW 23rd St. Miami, FL 33127
    305-438-0792

    http://www.cafeinamiami.com One day, 23rd Street might resemble Ocean Drive, but for now, it's a dark street on a dark block on a dark side of town. This bar and lounge, the Wynwood Café District's first, is an oasis. The venue includes a spacious outdoor area with couches under glowstick-lit tree branches, a goth-like candlelit interior, an art gallery, and a kitchen helmed by chef Guily Booth, who makes a killer crab cake, according to Martha Stewart. Hoping to lure in pre-party groups, Cafeina offers an ample drink and tapas menu. Dishes come out in no particular order; they include items such as mini Kobe burgers, Moroccan quesadillas ($10), Chicken and chorizo burgers ($9), and mini Cuban sandwiches with lamb ($12). Service is friendly, but later hours are busy. Entertainment includes DJs. Valet parking is available. Read more about Cafeina >>

  • Churchill

    Churchill's Pub

    5501 NE 2nd Ave. Miami, FL 33137
    305-757-1807

    http://www.churchillspub.com Miami is sorely lacking in decent rock clubs, so Churchill's is home to many a scruffy punker who is too real for South Beach. A pair of pool tables, a large room for bands, and a sizable outdoor patio help house the mainland rock faithful. Read more about Churchill's Pub >>

  • Club 56

    5660 NW 7th Ave. Miami, FL 33127
    305-758-2770

  • The Corner

    The Corner

    1035 N. Miami Ave. Miami, FL 33136
    305-961-7887

    http://www.thecornermiami.com This speakeasy/bistro impresses with imported 150-year-old wood-beam bar construction and a giant mirror. More than 50 beers, specialty cocktails, and inventive light fare characterize this late-night neighborhood bar’s offerings. The joint stays up till 8 a.m. on weekends and neighbors Club Space and an artist residency program. Read more about The Corner >>

  • Democratic Republic of Beer

    Democratic Republic of Beer

    501 NE 1st Ave. Miami, FL 33132

    http://www.drbmiami.com

  • Discotekka

    Discotekka

    950 NE 2nd Ave. Miami, FL 33132
    305-371-3773

    http://www.discotekka.com This downtown gay club is located in an enormous old warehouse next door to its hetero sister club, Mekka. Literally the size of an airplane hangar, Discotekka is a wildcard in the Miami gay world, and an alternative to the more touristy and stereotypical South Beach boy bars. Discotekka stays open all night, through the morning, into the afternoon, and all the way into the next night. The three-room space features seating areas; bottle specials; dancing trannies; theme-night parties; and pop, house, reggaeton, and hip-hop music. The cover is rarely under $10. It's also less of a tourist draw than the SoBe clubs, which, if you're looking for more than a one-night stand, is a very good thing. Read more about Discotekka >>

  • The Dogpound

    5660 NW Seventh Ave. Miami, FL 33127
    305-823-0000

  • Eve

    Eve

    1306 N. Miami Ave. Miami, FL 33136
    305-995-5050

    http://www.miamieve.com Eve is a nightclub, concert venue, and event space in Downtown Miami's club row. Between signature weekly parties, hip hop shows, and indie concerts, the place stays busy. The front door leads into an outdoor area with a bar and line of cabanas. There's also the "Red Room" with a bar and DJ booth, and the main room with a long bar, DJ booth, and stage. This late night spot is known for afterhours debauchery. Read more about Eve >>

  • Fado Irish Pub

    Fado Irish Pub

    900 S. Miami Ave. Miami Miami, FL 33130

    Fado Irish Pub isn't your typical beer joint - it's probably one of the best-staffed bars in Miami-Dade. Everywhere you turn, there's someone there to take your order. Located in busy Mary Brickell Village, the pub is a great place to meet for happy hour drinks or to watch a rugby game. The cavernous space features many intimate nooks and hidden tables. A dark wooden main bar snakes around the biggest of three rooms. When the weather is pleasant, the large windows are opened, letting in fresh air. There's plenty of Irish beer on tap, as well as a full liquor bar. The atmosphere is a cross between ship on water, traditional Irish pub, and Dance Party U.S.A. Next to a row of cozy booths, sections of the floor light up in changing colors, a perfect dance floor on which to boogie after a few drinks. Read more about Fado Irish Pub >>

  • Fado Irish Pub

    Fado Irish Pub

    900 S. Miami Ave. Miami, FL 33130
    786-924-0972

    http://www.fadoirishpub.com/miami/about-fado Fado Irish Pub isn't your typical beer joint - it's probably one of the best-staffed bars in Miami-Dade. Everywhere you turn, there's someone there to take your order. Located in busy Mary Brickell Village, the pub is a great place to meet for happy hour drinks or to watch a rugby game. The cavernous space features many intimate nooks and hidden tables. A dark wooden main bar snakes around the biggest of three rooms. When the weather is pleasant, the large windows are opened, letting in fresh air. There's plenty of Irish beer on tap, as well as a full liquor bar. The atmosphere is a cross between ship on water, traditional Irish pub, and Dance Party U.S.A. Next to a row of cozy booths, sections of the floor light up in changing colors, a perfect dance floor on which to boogie after a few drinks. Read more about Fado Irish Pub >>

  • FIFTY at the Viceroy Hotel

    FIFTY at the Viceroy Hotel

    485 Brickell Ave. Miami, FL 33131
    305-503-4417

    http://www.viceroymiami.com Picture yourself 50 stories above the universe in a low-slung semiprivate lounge at the highest outdoor pool in the city. Club 50 is technically for Viceroy residents and hotel guests, but management has welcomed locals since the venue's inception. Cool jazz from internationally renowned vocalists such as CuCu Diamantes is a Club 50 staple. Elevator doors open to hard marble floors, plush seating, and large windows, even in the bathrooms, which are reputed to be the best in Miami. Weekday happy hours are well spent here. Read more about FIFTY at the Viceroy Hotel >>

  • Gramps

    Gramps

    176 NW 24th St. Miami, FL 33127
    786-752-6693

    http://www.grampsbar.com In addition to the air conditioning, cold beer and cocktails as their entrance advertises, Wynwood's Gramps is home to lots more. Like rock acts on the regular, DJs spinning vinyl and plenty of dance space. Plus occasional gator shows. And lots of dark nooks and crannies for whatever else you might want to get into. Frankly, we don't know how Wynwood ever survived without this kindly old gentleman. Read more about Gramps >>

  • Hoy Como Ayer

    Hoy Como Ayer

    2212 SW Eighth St. Miami, FL 33135
    305-541-2631

    http://www.hoycomoayer.us Think CBGB as a nostalgic salsa joint in the heart of Little Havana and you have this place. The low ceiling and adoring portraits of Latin stars in this intimate space remind the rotating Latin funk bands where it all started. Read more about Hoy Como Ayer >>

  • Hurricane Grill & Wings

    Hurricane Grill & Wings

    3201 N. Miami Ave. Miami, FL 33127
    305-576-7133

    http://www.hurricanewings.com The highlight of Hurricane Grill & Wings is the seemingly endless choice of sauces - 32, to be exact - that flavor the wings. They are broken down into groups ranging from category one (mild) to category five (seek shelter) and include flavors as varied as barbecue, Jamaican jerk, and "ridiculously hot hurricane sauce." It might sound a little gimmicky, but the sauces aren't bad. Wings - boneless and otherwise - are sold in ten, 15, 20, and 50 piece platters ($10 to $40). The menu also includes a large selection of appetizers such as smoked fish dip ($9) and nachos and cheese dip ($7), as well as sandwiches ($8 to $10), salads ($4 to $10), burgers ($8 to $9), and seafood ($11). Add to that a solid selection of beers and microbrews - from Corona to Purple Haze - and flat-screen TVs, and this Midtown Shops outpost of the Fort Pierce chain becomes a great place to watch sports in an area with few options for that. Read more about Hurricane Grill & Wings >>

  • Mekka Nightclub

    Mekka Nightclub

    950 NE Second Ave. Miami, FL 33132
    305-371-3773

    http://www.mekkamiami.com This nightlife megaplex in Downtown Miami is famous for its afterhours parties. Events here don't start until 4 in the morning. DJs of the house, bass, and open format music varieties flex their musical muscles till well past sunrise. For the true, latenight, Miami dance club experience, Mekka is what you are looking for. Read more about Mekka Nightclub >>

  • The Musette Yacht

    401 Biscayne Blvd. Miami, FL 33132
    212-724-3900

    http://musetteyacht.com/

  • The News Lounge

    The News Lounge

    5580 NE Fourth Court Miami, FL 33137
    305-758-9932

    http://www.the55thstreetstation.com/thenews/default.asp This lounge, located in the 55th Street Station complex owned by Mark Soyka, is Miami's hangout mecca for local artists, musicians, pro skateboarders, writers, and Scrabble enthusiasts. It's mainly a nighttime lounge and bar, but it also serves salads, sandwiches, and appetizers. One of the most popular dishes is the sliders ($8 for two), made with Angus beef patties, smoked cheddar, bacon, sautéed onions, and chipotle ketchup. Another recommended dish is the tuna tartare ($11): Raw ahi tuna comes served with avocado, sesame seeds, soy dressing, sriracha sauce, and country bread. The News Lounge is an ideal place to begin your night, with daily 5-to-9 p.m. happy-hour specials including $3 Heinekens and $6 Bacardi mojitos. The décor is industrial/art deco, featuring '30s movie posters, mannequins on old-fashioned bicycles, and copper fittings from downtown buildings. Guests can sit inside at tables or on couches, or outside on a bed or rocking chair, among other options in their garden area. On a quiet night, head to the pool table in the back; it's perfect. Read more about The News Lounge >>

  • Post

    1777 SW Third Ave. Miami, FL 33129
    305-856-8585

  • Red Bar

    Red Bar

    50 SW 10th St Miami, FL 33130-4128
    786-316-0303

    http://www.redbargallery.com

  • Shots Miami

    Shots Miami

    311 NW 23rd St. Miami, FL 33127
    305-571-0438

    http://www.shots-miami.com If the name of this place doesn't start you singing "SHOTS SHOTS SHOTS SHOTS SHOTS SHOTS EVERYBODY," we can't even handle you right now. LMFAO would be so disappointed. Shots Miami is Wynwood's own interactive shot bar, meaning, everyone pretty much makes an ass of themselves in order to score some booze. But hell, alcohol's all about acting stupid anyway. Expect to sing, don absurd props and otherwise engage in ridiculous antics. But it's so worth it for their tasty assortment of boozy delights. Read more about Shots Miami >>

  • The Social Lubricant Lounge/TSL

    The Social Lubricant Lounge/TSL

    167 NW 23rd St. Miami, FL 33127
    786-409-2241

    http://www.tsllounge.com

  • Space

    Space

    34 NE 11th St. Miami, FL 33132
    305-375-0001

    http://www.clubspace.com Back in 2013, Club Space founder Louis Puig sold his stake in the crown jewel of Miami's nightlife scene after 13 years of pushing the dance music mecca into the hearts and minds of booty-shaking people worldwide. How popular is Space? Popular enough that it has to open only once a week, on Saturday nights, to remain profitable. How many other nightclubs can get away with that? Now that new ownership has taken over Space, the best thing they've done so far is leave well enough alone. Except for some minor upgrades here and there, you'll encounter the same ol' familiar venue. This is still the place to go for people who don't want the party to ever end, dancing on the downtown terrace well past sunrise. Read more about Space >>

  • The Stage

    The Stage

    170 NE 39th St. Miami, FL 33137

    The Stage is uniquely located underneath the I-195 causeway just off NE 2nd Ave in the Design District. Carlos Garcia, New Times's Best FM Personality 2010, runs the place. The roomy and rockin'; setting was inaugurated during this year's Miami Music Festival, and has featured top local bands like the Jacuzzi Boys. Read more about The Stage >>

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