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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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  • The Oar House

    The Oar House

    200 E. McNab Road Pompano Beach, FL 33060
    954-545-0700 The Oar House looks like a funky little fishing shack and boasts a relaxed vibe to match. This relic of Pompano’s Old Florida past serves up steaks, seafood, and the kinds of dishes one would expect to see in a waterfront spot of this nature. The outdoor covered deck, and a few picnic tables near the canal, are where the action (and the occasional breeze) is at. Check out the regular specials and events such as karaoke, happy hour, in-the-biz deals, and live music. Read more about The Oar House >>

  • Blue Agave Mexican Bar & Grill

    1325 S. Powerline Road Pompano Beach, FL 33069-4313

  • Blue Jay Lounge

    Blue Jay Lounge

    301 SW 15th Ave. Pompano Beach, FL 33060

    For more than 20 years, Blue Jay Lounge has taken care of its dear regulars and welcomed newcomers morning, noon, and night -- which all look the same inside this dark, smokey hideout by the railroad tracks. Once your eyes adjust to the darkness, you'll find ashtrays, 12-inch TVs, a pool table, and pictures of the Blue Jay family hanging on the wall next to Bahama Bob's old, retired guitar case. If it weren't for NASCAR races and NFL games (both projected onto a big screen for watching parties) reminding patrons that the weekend has rolled around, it'd be easy to lose track of the days inside this beloved, local haunt. Read more about Blue Jay Lounge >>

  • Body Shop

    3300 N. Powerline Road Pompano Beach, FL 33064

  • Briny Irish Pub

    Briny Irish Pub

    3440 E. Atlantic Blvd. Pompano Beach, FL 33062
    954-942-3159 A "traditional" Irish bar located smack dab on the corner of Sleazy Street and NE Drunk Avenue in Pompano. Really doesn't sound like it should work, right? But the clientele that packs the Briny every night (especially Saturday night, when Rob Rage, the Briny's own rock 'n' roll cover band, plays) doesn't give a shit. They're just there to drink, shout incoherently, and hope the room stops spinning before they get thrust out upon the beach at 2 a.m. Actually, it's easy to think the room's spinning even if you're not drunk, since the bar is cluttered with kitschy Florida décor (mounted fish, thick ropes, life preservers, photos of people holding mounted fish and life preservers) and other assorted oddities such as encyclopedias. A word to the bar fight-inclined: The Briny has an extra-long bar top, perfect for throwing the raving lunatic hitting on your girlfriend down the bar, where your friend will have hastily set up a pyramid of beer bottles for him to smack into. Read more about Briny Irish Pub >>

  • Buccaneer Lounge & Liquor

    Buccaneer Lounge & Liquor

    2470 N. Federal Highway Lighthouse Point, FL 33064

    This Pompano neighborhood bar is for storytellers. Sure, the bartender will tell you, sometimes they're the same stories. You'll be the thousandth ear that's heard that Buccaneer regular, the middle-aged ex-yachtie or rabble-rouser, relate the time he got pulled over with rum and pot. Spoiler: The cop let him go -- phew. But here you're among friends. And you'll listen to him tell his story 1,000 more times if you decide to dock at this bar that also functions as a liquor store. Tucked away off Federal Highway in Pompano, in the back of a shopping plaza, the Buccaneer is as inconspicuous as a bar gets. The side that faces the plaza is a liquor store. The only way to get to the bar is through the store or around the back along a small neighborhood street. Don't miss the small round window with the neon sign that reads "Bar." That's your only landmark. (Well, that and the door that's usually open.) Once inside, the mural will transport you to the islands. But good conversation and good stories will make you realize why you love the neighborhood again. Read more about Buccaneer Lounge & Liquor >>

  • Cheetah


    497 NW 31st Ave. Pompano Beach, FL 33069
    954-971-2600 Strip clubs appeal to the simplest impulse of man: sex. So how did we let the strip club become so damned high-concept? Is the modern man really unsatisfied with merely the sight of impossibly gorgeous nude women? Must he also be seated on some regal piece of furniture within a palatial space throbbing with neon, nibbling on an impeccably cooked filet mignon? No, give him a stiff drink and show him some boobs and the modern man's a happy camper. This is the streamlined, classic approach at Cheetah's in Pompano Beach. Five beautiful women are dancing nude on stage while another dozen or so cavort in various states of undress on the club floor, in the VIP areas, or on the 13 "full friction" chairs. The music isn't so deafening that you can't have a conversation. There aren't laser beams shooting off every wall. This place isn't trying to be anything but what it is: a good titty bar. Read more about Cheetah >>

  • Chit Chat

    Chit Chat's Bar

    651 N. Federal Highway Pompano Beach, FL 33062

    All the flashy, thumping clubs that fill our cities are enough to make bargoers nostalgic for the watering holes of bygone days -- the kind in the old Westerns, where folks can drink, dance, and shoot a game of pool. For the city-dwelling cowpokes, there's Chit Chat's Lounge. Chit Chat's is a clean, classic, laid-back spot. Shoot a game of eight ball, hit the dance floor, or kick back and watch one of the many high-definition TVs. And don't be afraid to let a big "Yeehaw!" slip out. Read more about Chit Chat's Bar >>

  • Circus Bar

    Circus Bar

    1461 SW 30th Ave. Pompano Beach, FL 33069
    954-973-1483 Let's get one thing straight up front: Clowns are fucking creepy. And circuses are mostly filled with sanctioned animal abuse and freaks who don't believe in gravity (until it hits them in the face). But not all big tops are bad. The Circus Sports Bar and Grill in Pompano has a fantastic collection of clowns and party animals sitting on both sides of the old wooden bar every night. These Ringling-worthy souls won't jump through fire on command or crowd into a tiny car with a bunch of men in makeup (well, maybe after a few drinks). But most of the neighborhood men and women who've been coming here since the '70s will buy a stranger a round and sit around shooting the shit. There's no bearded lady or tight rope, but there are enough pictures of clowns to scare all the children in Florida twice over. Clown paintings, clown drawings, clown sculptures, even a stained-glass clown. Luckily, the friendly faces (and cheap drinks) more than make up for the eerie setting. Plus, it doesn't smell like elephant shit. Read more about Circus Bar >>

  • Club Cinema

    Club Cinema

    3251 N. Federal Highway Lighthouse Point, FL 33064
    954-785-5225 Our inaccessible geography aside, one major reason bands have forsaken us is our preponderance of pathetic venues with nasty bathrooms, bad sound, no parking, and just a general all-around malaise. Part of the problem is that few live music venues were designed as such — believe it or not, we've had everything from Cuban restaurants to Winn-Dixies doubling as rock-concert rooms. Naturally, like everything else in South Florida, Club Cinema is housed in a strip mall... in Lighthouse Point. But inside, the swankier-than-thou feel echoes famous rooms like the Fillmore. The lighting, the design, and the well-placed bars all signify class and attention to detail. Now, in these very pages, we've dismantled local politicians and exposed Club Cinema as a business that's very likely more mobbed-up than a Godfather-Goodfellasmarathon. But what the heck — if that's what it takes to make audiences feel like they're watching a show in a real goddamned city, we'll take it. Read more about Club Cinema >>

  • Club Oasis of S Florida

    3214 E. Atlantic Blvd. Pompano Beach, FL 33062-5013

  • Dr Philgoods

    3770 NE 3rd Ave. Pompano Beach, FL 33064-3526

  • Dragon Breath Tavern

    151 S. Cypress Road Pompano Beach, FL 33060

  • EL Reventon Sports Bar

    813 W. Sample Road Pompano Beach, FL 33064

  • Firehouse Night Club

    1437 S. Pompano Parkway Pompano Beach, FL 33069

  • Fling


    777 Isle of Capri Circle Pompano Beach, FL 33069

    The epic centerpiece of the Isle Casino is the vast and spacious bar called Fling. Here, winners and losers can celebrate and mourn, respectively, their nights at the surrounding slot machines while a band jams out in the corner. For the winners who don't feel like losing their momentum, there are electronic gambling machines in front of every barstool. And for the less lucky, there are machine-less tables throughout the room to sit at and sip the affordable (even for the big loser) drinks. Everyone is a winner at this casino bar. Read more about Fling >>

  • Freddy Walsh's Pub

    1390 SW 12th Ave. Pompano Beach, FL 33069

  • Galuppi's

    1103 N. Federal Highway Pompano Beach, FL 33062-4321

  • Galuppi

    Galuppi's Restaurant and Patio Bar

    1103 N. Federal Highway Pompano Beach, FL 33062
    954-785-0226 This classy yet unpretentious sports bar and restaurant lets diners take in the golf-course view with its fountains, ponds, and elegant bridges. You may have to put down the fork, take your eyes off the game, and snap a couple of photographs to add to your Facebook profile. Galuppi's, family-owned and -operated, offers Sunday brunch and game nights. Ladies' nights draw a busy crowd of those who seek something as comfortable as a sports bar but something a few points higher. The menu is all-American, with items like salad, soups, sandwiches, pasta, steaks, and seafood. There's a kids menu too. Read more about Galuppi's Restaurant and Patio Bar >>

  • Gary's Sports Bar & Grill

    2200 N. Federal Highway Pompano Beach, FL 33062

  • Henry Amador Saloon

    3301 NE 3rd St. Pompano Beach, FL 33062

  • Henry's Hideaway Crystal Ballroom

    1500 S. Andrews Ave. Pompano Beach, FL 33069

  • J. Mark

    J. Mark's Restaurant & Bar

    1490 NE 23rd St. Pompano Beach, FL 33062
    954-782-7000 Somewhere between the causal Everymanness of TGI Friday's and the stately power-lunch steak-house vibe that is Houston's, there is J. Mark's. Enjoy this classic, locally owned American eatery, which started in Pompano Beach and is now open in Fort Lauderdale, before it sprouts more chain locations. It's a perfectly nice, clean restaurant with perfectly warm lighting and a perfectly nice staff. The menu options may not bowl you over with excitement (Baja chicken, crisp walnut shrimp, and Hawaiian rib-eye steak are the most exotic entrées), but they're all made from scratch and made to order -- and that makes J. Mark's a great standard go-to place. (It also has fresh veggies, like steamed broccoli and roasted carrots.) There are a few outdoor tables and a back room that's available for business meetings or private gatherings. Sunday brunch, a generous everyday happy hour, and a notable wine list are bonuses. Read more about J. Mark's Restaurant & Bar >>

  • JC Wahoo

    JC Wahoo's Sports Bar & Grill

    3128 N. Federal Highway Lighthouse Point, FL 33064
    954-366-1856 Step into Wahoo's and you'll feel as though you're standing on the deck of a boat. Twin bars greet you at the door, with a mural of the Hillsboro River painted behind façades of two boats. A tiki bar separates the bar area from the dining room. Specialty drinks like the Wahoosmopolitan and the Drunken Coconut continue the seafaring theme. Half-priced drinks and appetizers are offered during happy hour, from 4 to 7 p.m. daily. Flat-screen TVs surround bargoers on all sides, making it a great place to watch games. Read more about JC Wahoo's Sports Bar & Grill >>

  • Jesse's Extreme Sports Bar

    3204 E. Atlantic Blvd. Pompano Beach, FL 33062

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