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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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  • Barezzito

    Barezzito

    2000 Collins Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-606-8275

    http://www.barezzitousa.com

  • The Broken Shaker

    The Broken Shaker

    2727 Indian Creek Drive Miami Beach, FL 33140
    305-531-2727

    http://www.bar-lab.com Although there is an increasing trend toward thoughtful cocktail consumption, the Broken Shaker boys did it better, making their own ginger beer — swirling cucumbers, fennel, and gin to become punch-ified — and perfecting classics like the Manhattan. Cofounders Elad Zvi and Gabriel Orta have a true passion for mixology that reinvents the cocktail wheel. They built everything at the Broken Shaker with their own hands. The interior space is homey, and the garden offers comfy couches and twinkling lights under starry skies. No guest list, no attitude, no lines. The place is much like a lover you might meet during aimless summertime travels. It's difficult to give your heart to someone (or something) that you know in advance will leave -- it was originally a pop-up bar. Yet this place claimed our love, and left. But, fortunately, it decided to come back, and we’re forever in its debt. Read more about The Broken Shaker >>

  • Burger & Beer Joint

    Burger & Beer Joint

    1766 Bay Road Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-672-3287

    http://www.burgernbeerjoint.com This South Beach hangout has more attitude than a Hell's Angel. OK, perhaps that's pushing it a little, but it's a sports bar, lounge, and restaurant that is definitely more than just a tatted-up Mickey D's. (This should come as no surprise, because it is the creation of Automatic Slims' conceptual owner and a former GM from SushiSamba.) An upstairs lounge, open 9 p.m. to 5 a.m. Fridays and Saturdays and now Mondays for poker, is a great getaway for locals who love to rock, especially when bands perform. It boasts eight TV sets, green chalkboard walls, an oval bar, and a purple-cloth pool table. B&B's sports bar is where you can also find folks drinkin' and smokin' from happy hour on. With 99 types of beer, an incredible wine list, a full bar, and a cocktail menu with selections named "Harry Palmer," "Lowrider," and "Daisy Duke," you can bet patrons stay until the wee hours. But the focal point is the restaurant, where carnivores can customize a burger with a choice of a half- or full pound of free-range beef, Kobe, or turkey; four buns; eight types of cheese; grilled toppings; a selection of unique sauces (we're partial to the Atomic horseradish, tarragon rémoulade, and chipotle ketchup); raw veggies; and "Pure Platinum" toppings such as foie gras ($13) and truffle demi ($8). The least expensive cheeseburger runs about $10.75, but the "Stairway to Heaven," with Kobe, foie, and the demi, rings in at a whopping $39. Whatever you partake of, throw the thoughts of keeping kosher out the window and pair your beef with a deep-fried Twinkie and an adult milkshake (we love the "O Face" and "Money Shot"), made with Edy's ice cream right from the case. Even the kiddies will get a kick out of this joint, especially because they get their own menu and crayons with which to deface the tabletops. Hell, if you're feeling rebellious, pick up a Crayola too. Read more about Burger & Beer Joint >>

  • Cameo

    Cameo

    1445 Washington Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-532-2667

    http://www.cameomiami.com Once upon a time, Cameo was a theater inhabited by skaters and punks. Trick contests took place in the alley while bands such as the Circle Jerks, 7 Seconds, Fugazi, and Gwar set up inside the large club. Nowadays, Cameo is one of the main clubs in the Opium Group dynasty. The floor plan is similar to that of neighboring Opium family member Mansion; the large main room features a DJ booth on a stage, and the second-floor balcony overlooks it and the dance floor. Depending on the night, partygoers can get a taste of hip-hop, house, or live performances from some of the biggest names in the industry. Read more about Cameo >>

  • Club Play

    Club Play

    1045 5th St. Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-532-4340

    http://www.clubplaysouthbeach.com Hip-hop royalty makes its way through Play's doors on a regular basis. They have hosted some of the biggest names in the business including Drake, Nikki Minaj, Trey Songz, and more, making them the premier location for urban-based entertainment. Come dressed to impress or get left at the door. Read more about Club Play >>

  • Dolce Ultralounge

    15th St. and Ocean Drive Miami Beach, FL 33139

  • Dream Nightclub

    Dream Nightclub

    1532 Washington Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-674-8018

    http://www.dreammia.com The motto at this luxurious SoBe nightclub is "Reality is overrated." Past the velvet rope and suited doorman awaits a large room quaking with bass. DJs - who range from mainstream FM-radio prime-timers to members of the heaviest crews in the South - play house, hip-hop, and Top 40. Scantily clad women writhe on couches, bar-tops, and a stripper pole while champagne bottles stuffed with sparklers parade by. The famous often host events here, and athletes and celebrities come to party. Read more about Dream Nightclub >>

  • FDR Lounge at the Delano

    FDR Lounge at the Delano

    1685 Collins Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-674-5752

    http://www.delano-hotel.com/en-us/#/explore/?id=/delano-miami-fdr/ When The Delano Hotel builds a club, it's always sexy. This one is no exception. The subterranean venue offers the same level of visual appeal as the models who frequent it. Don't be shocked by the price of drinks, they're normal for South Beach. Expect surprise appearances by stars of stage, and screen as well as international caliber DJ entertainment. Read more about FDR Lounge at the Delano >>

  • The Fifth

    1045 Fifth St. Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-538-9898

  • The Florida Room

    The Florida Room

    1685 Collins Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-672-2000

    Located inside the Delano Hotel, the Florida Room exudes old school glam reminiscent of Miami's golden age. The bronze ceilings and high chandeliers add class to an otherwise neon-infused Miami nightlife scene. Bringing in top-notch talent and the hippest of celebs, one is bound to have a good time here. Read more about The Florida Room >>

  • Joe's Cafe

    685 Washington Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-310-4954

    http://www.myjoescafe.com

  • Kill Your Idol

    Kill Your Idol

    222 Española Way Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-534-1009

    A statue of Bruce Lee's karate-ripped body overlooks the bar. A World War II Hindenburg hub floats from the ceiling. An astronaut in a space suit hangs next to a dangling chandelier made of glass bottles. A bearded dude wearing an Hoy Polloy T-shirt scores on the Playboy pinball machine, and chicks in high-waisted black shorts show off their perfectly toned abs as they chug glass after glass of free vodka soda during ladies' night on Wednesdays. Killer riffs and catchy beats from Jean Jacket and other local indie acts captivate the crowd, and a DJ gets the party started and asses shaking with some serious electro-pop dance tunes. There are regular karaoke nights, the long-running gay party night Glitter Box Mondays, and a good selection of craft beers and well-mixed cocktails. That whole eclectic-meets-hipster vibe that Kill Your Idol's got going is what makes it a diamond in the rough of uhntz-uhntz powerhouses dominating SoBe's drinking scene. Read more about Kill Your Idol >>

  • The Living Room (Miami)

    The Living Room (Miami)

    671 Washington Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-672-9700

    A South Beach mainstay, Living Room has been around since the beginning of the century. But the all-white interior setup of couches, tables, bar, and DJ booth are as standard-looking now as the house and hip-hop music that rattle your body once you're inside. Read more about The Living Room (Miami) >>

  • Lucky Strike Lanes

    Lucky Strike Lanes

    1691 Michigan Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-532-0307

    http://www.bowlluckystrike.com Lucky Strike is nothing like that old bowling alley you remember as a kid. With custom décor like funky mirrors on bright-red walls, Lucky Strike Lanes does bowling Hollywood style. DJs, special events, and invite-only parties are present regularly. It features 14 state-of-the-art bowling lanes, two nine-foot Brunswick pool tables, a 40-foot bar, and a hip American menu with a twist -- small and large plates with plays on American mac and cheese, coconut shrimp, and country corn hash. There's also a large selection of burgers, sandwiches, salads, and pizzas. Try a combination of signature sliders or "midi-burgers," including blue cheese, tuna, or Buffalo chicken (two for $8 or three for $10.50). Happy hour runs later than most: 9 p.m. to midnight Monday through Thursday, and 4 to 9 p.m. Friday. There is no dress code. Read more about Lucky Strike Lanes >>

  • Lux

    Lux

    1439 Washington Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-532-6660

    Gerry Kelly is back on the Beach and at the helm of this stylish venue catering to models and the bottle-service elite. Couches and love seats dominate the main room. The rest of the space, as well as the VIP areas, integrate antiques and modern design elements. Fashion shows are staged regularly, and there are weekly pop, urban, model, and gay nights. Read more about Lux >>

  • Mac

    Mac's Club Deuce

    222 14th St. Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-531-6200

    This is the last real dive bar in Miami Beach. You come here to drink, play the juke, and shoot some pool. Mac has owned this legendary establishment since 1964 and hasn't changed a thing about it. "When you step into my bar, you are walking into yesterday," he says. "It is a Shangri-la." Read more about Mac's Club Deuce >>

  • The Marlin Bar

    1200 Collins Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-695-3000

    http://themarlinhotel.com/

  • Mokai

    Mokai

    235 23rd St. Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-673-1409

    http://www.mokaimiami.com Mokai is what music videos are made off. Hundreds of purple light bulbs flash over the dance floor, surrounded by VIP couches and Miami's fabulous people. Golden lights twinkle over the bar, DJs from around the world keep the crowd moving, and $15 cocktails are easier to stomach. Life is good at Mokai. Read more about Mokai >>

  • Mynt Ultralounge

    Mynt Ultralounge

    1921 Collins Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139
    786-276-6132

    Want to stand in front of a velvet rope for a couple of hours? Then try getting into this upscale lounge without an invitation or your name on a guest list. It's worth the wait. Mynt's egg-white decor, augmented by lime green colors and tastefully hung drapes, makes it one of the most beautiful-looking, albeit exclusive, locales in South Beach. Read more about Mynt Ultralounge >>

  • Pearl Restaurant & Lounge

    Pearl Restaurant & Lounge

    1 Ocean Drive Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-538-1111

    The monied and well-dressed bask in the warm orange glow of this strikingly designed room, where a circular champagne bar is the center of attention -- that and the beautiful women who hover around it. Getting through the door of this exclusive venue (located above Nikki Beach) can be difficult at times, but once inside, the sexy vibe and cold bubbly will make you forget you ever waited. Read more about Pearl Restaurant & Lounge >>

  • The Penthouse

    1434 Collins Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139
    786-587-3198

  • Purdy Lounge

    Purdy Lounge

    1811 Purdy Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-531-4622

    http://www.purdylounge.com This off-the-beaten-path (as in off Washington) bar has the beer-hall vibe of a street corner hook-up joint with a touch of South Beach strut. An eclectic mix of music and people sway through what's usually an elbow-room-only lounge. Read more about Purdy Lounge >>

  • Rokbar

    Rokbar

    1905 Collins Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-397-8804

    http://www.rokbarmiami.com Rokbar is not a rock 'n' roll bar where you can check out local bands. Rather, it's a club that glamorizes the rock 'n' roll lifestyle. It's a genuine Miami Beach nightclub with plenty of free-flowing drinks, moving lights, and pumping music. An impressive roster of world-famous musicians and DJs have performed here, and celebrities and models frequent the chic lounge. So there's plenty of reason to dress up. You never know who you'll meet on the dance floor. For those who want to spend in style, bottle service is available. Read more about Rokbar >>

  • The Rub

    721 N. Lincoln Lane Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-932-1007

  • Set Nightclub

    Set Nightclub

    320 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-531-2800

    http://www.setmiami.com Nightclubs in Miami can easily go South. But South Beach's SET has managed to maintain its late-night reputation -- in part thanks to a recent renovation. From an LED backdrop to geometric décor, sultry illustrations and EDM sounds -- the vibe is punk-esque sexy and all about the VIPs. Bottle service is the way to go here, so show up looking hot and ready to get your table on. Read more about Set Nightclub >>

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