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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.


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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  • American Rock Bar & Grill

    American Rock Bar & Grill

    1600 E. Hillsboro Blvd. Deerfield Beach, FL 33441
    954-428-4539 Posters of Jim Morrison and Jimi Hendrix make the large space feel like a low-lit, local cousin of Planet Hollywood. Graffiti lines the wall on the way to the bathroom, and rock n' roll dishes comprise the food menu - order Nirvana, get nachos; Motley Crue, get meatloaf. The crowd doesn't resemble the leather-clad, tattooed, or bandana-ed set you'd find at your friendly neighborhood roughneck spot, and this isn't the place to find genuine rock n' roll action. But none of that matters since American Rock Bar boasts some of the best drink specials the area has to offer: three-for-one on everything from 4 to 8 p.m., everyday. Read more about American Rock Bar & Grill >>

  • Capris Lounge

    1880 Congressional Way Deerfield Beach, FL 33442

  • City Pub

    956 S. Federal Highway Deerfield Beach, FL 33441
    954-427-8213 In the back of a strip mall on Federal Highway in Deerfield Beach is the City Pub, an enormous bar in which to catch some live music or take in some interesting conversations with the locals. The dimly lit bar is smoky and filled with an older crowd sipping scotch and whiskey. An enormous bar fills up the center of the room, and a cozy stage takes up a corner opposite a large wooden dance floor surrounded by booths. Although simple in décor, the bar gets its character from the patrons and folks behind the bar. The laid-back City Pub may not be a destination point for most, but it sure is a "just one more drink before we go" kind of place. Read more about City Pub >>

  • Cj's Draft House

    1825 W. Hillsboro Blvd. Deerfield Beach, FL 33442-1442

  • The Cove Restaurant and Marina

    The Cove Restaurant and Marina

    1754 SE Third Court Deerfield Beach, FL 33441
    954-421-9272 In a word, "massive." The Cove is one of the largest bar/restaurants in the area, with an indoor seating area the size of any respectable restaurant, plus a stage, a bar that counts itself the centerpiece of the room, and several outdoor areas. One of these sits right on the water, so boaters can dock, eat, and sail without ever stepping indoors. Read more about The Cove Restaurant and Marina >>

  • Crabby Jack

    Crabby Jack's

    1015 S Federal Hwy Deerfield Beach, FL 33441-7032

    It's college all over again at Crabby Jack's. Mainstream hip-hop and rock as well as classic oldies blast from the0 speakers, limbo lines form at the back bar, and locals in bathing suits and towels sit drinking Buds on the deck. Crabby Jack's is a great happy-hour spot, when everything is 69 percent off -- which happily translates into domestics being around $1 and jokes for the college-age set. The bar boasts a casual environment (see bathing-suit dress code above) and a fun, though theme-parky, crab house décor. The menu includes stone crabs, burgers, and clams, perfect while guzzling down those brews. Hanging Christmas lights, the huge space (two rooms plus a giant porch outside), and the exceptionally friendly staff will make you as comfortable as possible to chug, chug, chug. You need to get loose, after all, before you spread your limbo feet and move to the limbo beat. Read more about Crabby Jack's >>

  • JB

    JB's on the Beach

    300 NE 21st Ave. Deerfield Beach, FL 33441
    954-571-5220 This restaurant is the one to set up your photo at in February and mail it as a postcard to all your friends stuck in snow up North. Directly on the beach, the expansive multilevel interior offers sea views at every table, and with seating on the open-air patio, you're at the sand's edge. It's big enough that a full Hobiecat hangs from the ceiling in full sail, yet crowds fill it inside and out, especially on weekends. Many are tourists or snowbirds; a younger crowd comes late and on weekends for drinks and the live bands -- or to watch volleyballers and surfers play. Lobster pizza, chili crab cakes, and chicken satays are among standout appetizers. Favorite fishes -- mahi, salmon, tuna -- are wood-grilled with a selection of sauces. A fair selection of steaks, fillets, and ribs as well as surf-and-turf combos and a burger are there for landlubbers. Seek out the pan roasts and "mariscos" -- seafood stews - where the chef gets to stretch his creativity. Drinks are of note, but expect to drop some bucks -- everybody pays for oceanfront property. Read more about JB's on the Beach >>

  • Kahuna Awa Kava Bar

    Kahuna Awa Kava Bar

    123 NE 20th Ave. Deerfield Beach, FL 33441
    954-663-0757 At first, Kahuna 'Awa Kava Bar, which opened in June, looks like a typical upscale drinking spot. Customers sit on stools and chat along the long low-lit bar. Thinly woven throws hang from the ceiling, and books about religion and veganism occupy the book shelf, adding a new-age earthy vibe. But when the muted glow of the lanterns illuminate the hookah smoke, and the light flickers off the neutral-colored wall and décor, the space seems almost dreamlike; like a spa or the most inviting psychiatrist waiting room. Or the magic could just be related to the Kava, that therapeutic, not-so-tasty root found in Pacific Ocean cultures. The root, served here in faux-ancient cups/bowls, is more sedative than intoxicating, similar to a low-intensity high from marijuana than to the buzz from alcohol. (According to the barista, it's good for helping you quit smoking pot. And it's totally legal.) Every Thursday from 8 p.m. to midnight is all-you-can-drink. Read more about Kahuna Awa Kava Bar >>

  • Muddy Waters

    Muddy Waters

    2237 W. Hillsboro Blvd. Deerfield Beach, FL 33442
    954-428-6577 Local folks and beach dwellers gather at this establishment for oversized buckets and goblets of drinks with names like "pirate sprits." Guzzle down 32 ounces of booze for $8 while the requisite Jimmy Buffet tunes play throughout the bar. Daily themes like Parrot Head Tuesday and Caribbean Wednesdays keep things fun, complete with foods that match the theme. There are also plenty of flat-screen TVs to watch your favorite games. Read more about Muddy Waters >>

  • Nan

    Nan's Hideaway

    803 SE Eighth Ave. Deerfield Beach, FL 33441

    Nan's Hideaway is really hidden. Deep in a shopping plaza, not visible from Federal Highway, the building that houses the bar is so nondescript, it would look abandoned, or at least closed, if not for the back-lit sign above with the bar's name. But what effort it doesn't put into dazzling patrons from the outside it puts into good bartending and good company on the inside. Nan's Hideaway was originally Ed's Hideaway, and when Ed died, his wife, Nan, took over. But what she didn't change was the atmosphere, which mixes smoke, smoke, and more smoke with retro décor, strong drinks, and early boozers - the bar attracts the prework set at 7 a.m. Read more about Nan's Hideaway >>

  • Oceans 234 Beach, Bar, and Bistro

    Oceans 234 Beach, Bar, and Bistro

    234 N. Ocean Drive Deerfield Beach, FL 33441
    954-428-2539 With a view like this, it's no wonder this oceanfront bistro is packed during season with snowbirds snapping phone photos of the pier to taunt snow-shoveling friends back home. A wide selection of seafood anchors the menu at this casual-chic spot, but it's the creative extras like seafood hummus or beef picadillo empanada that shake up the mix. A full sushi menu, including taiyo tastings selections, is available. Both the bar and lunch menus offer small plates and good deals - see the big panini list and yummy salads. Don't miss the grilled chicken paillard with arugula salad and the lobster club with avocado salad and bacon. Pulled pork and crab-cake sliders could be shared; the convivial atmosphere begs you to come with friends. At dinner, look for sun-dried tomato-crusted wahoo, pistachio mahi-mahi, lobster mac 'n' cheese, or huge fruitti de mare platters. For landlubbers, there are steaks, ribs, and chicken. You'll have to wait on weekends, especially for the Sunday brunch, to get those coveted deck tables, but that Chamber of Commerce picture-perfect view is so worth it. Read more about Oceans 234 Beach, Bar, and Bistro >>

  • Rattlesnake Jake

    Rattlesnake Jake's

    2060 NE 2nd St. Deerfield Beach, FL 33441

    Though this Tex Mex restaurant and bar, located just half a block from Deerfield Beach, serves Southwestern cuisine, the décor of mounted fish and fishing photographs suggests a fascination with the nearby ocean. Rattlesnake Jake's is divided in half, with the restaurant on one side and a small bar, bustling with friendly local fellows, on the other. The bar serves a variety of imports and domestics such as Sierra Nevada, Yeungling, Fosters, Blue Moon, Samuel Adams Boston Lager, and Pabst Blue Ribbon on draft. During the weekday happy hour, from 3 to 7 p.m., select domestic drafts are $1, domestic bottles are $2.50, and import bottles are $4. Rattlesnake closes at 10 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and at 11 p.m. Friday and Saturday. Read more about Rattlesnake Jake's >>

  • Smugglers Bay

    Smugglers Bay

    1734 W. Hillsboro Blvd. Deerfield Beach, FL 33442

    From the outside, Smugglers looks like another divey sports bar. But walk in and the room doubles in size and stretches far into the back, where a few tables are segregated in a small, quaint restaurant area. More tables fill the spacious area toward the front. For a sports bar, Smugglers' layout couldn't be more comfortable. There's not much seating, except for the tables, but there's standing room aplenty. Two pool tables, college team flags, no-stakes slot machines, an electronic dartboard, and four well-placed flat screens decorate the space. Come for the cheap beer and wings. Read more about Smugglers Bay >>

  • Tipperary Pub

    Tipperary Pub

    1540 SE Third Court Deerfield Beach, FL 33441
    954-421-9769 It's always funny to see the retro pubs -- this one has the coolest "cocktails" sign ever -- now touting Wi-Fi. This dark-wood and Irish-geegaw-decorated bar has it, though, along with some real Irish grub. Breakfast features Irish bacon, bangers, and blood pudding (imported from County Cork), omelets, pancakes, and biscuits and gravy. It's bar food otherwise: wings, chicken fingers, cheese fries, burgers, and beer. Notable are the sandwiches - corned beef, fully loaded Italian sub, liverwurst, turkey, and a Philly cheese steak. There's a bargain black Angus strip steak, served with potatoes and veggies, for $9.95 - you can barely cook it at home for that. (Plus, you'd miss out on the jokes thrown out around the bar.) The entertainment includes two pool tables, darts, and a shuffleboard table. Occasionally, the friendly owner roasts a whole pig out on the back patio - call or check the website to see when he's doing it next. Happy hour is 4 to 8 p.m. daily. Read more about Tipperary Pub >>