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  • B.B. King

    B.B. King's Restaurant & Blues Club

    550 Rosemary Ave. West Palm Beach, FL 33401
    561-420-8600

    http://www.bbkingclubs.com Catch live blues, rock, reggae, funk, and other acts at this CityPlace venue, where the menu is as soulful as the music. From Louisiana's gumbo ya ya, to Memphis's ribs, and Southern "chicken-fried chicken", to catfish, chili spaghetti, burgers and sandwiches, B.B. aims to please comfort food cravings. Fried pickles or sweet potato puffs with caramel dipping sauce are choices to eat while waiting - and it's possible to encounter that wait since service can be spotty. The restaurant can get loud, too with a band up close to tables in the dining area. Don't expect to bring a date and have romantic conversation during performance times. Prices are moderate, though for a few acts, there's a cover charge and limited seating, especially when B.B. and Lucille show up. More >>

  • Bailey Concert Hall, Broward Community College

    Bailey Concert Hall, Broward Community College

    3501 Davie Road Davie, FL 33314
    954-201-6880

  • Bamboo

    Bamboo

    550 Washington Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-695-4771

    http://www.bamboomiamibeach.com When you're looking for a truly VIP experience, Bamboo caters to the opulently wealthy (and those who party like it) with over 27,000-square-feet of nightlife real estate. Bottle service options include 42 tables in front of the main room's hydraulic stage, its custom-built LED riser, and the 30 foot chandelier that floats above it. This is the first American outpost for the highly successful Southeast European brand. More >>

  • Bamboo Beach Tiki Bar & Cafe

    Bamboo Beach Tiki Bar & Cafe

    4040 Galt Ocean Drive Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308
    954-566-7500

    http://www.oceanmanor.com Drinker, partiers, and tiki bar lovers rejoice. Ocean Manor Beach Resort's Bamboo Beach Tiki Bar has been the longtime go-to for Fort Lauderdale residents who want to daytime drink near the pool and in the sand. What more could you possibly want in life? As long as the sun is out -- or there is no hurricane, really -- the bar is packed. Every Sunday the bar features a Caribbean pig roast--not Polynesian, but close enough--for $15.95. Hey, you can always pretend you're in Maui. More >>

  • Banana Boat Restaurant & Lounge

    Banana Boat Restaurant & Lounge

    739 E. Ocean Ave. Boynton Beach, FL 33435
    561-732-9400

    http://www.bananaboatboynton.com In a city of fly-by-nighters, it's refreshing to visit a place that your parents once frequented, your buddies probably drank together at, and you have returned to time and again. Though Banana Boat has been operated by the same folks since 1978, a massive renovation in 2005 freshened it up for at least another generation or two to enjoy. You'll still get the same nautical theme, just with more polish. Yeah, a competitor opened up directly across the water a while back, but that didn't stop this spot from drawing in the crowds and cranking out great items like spinach-artichoke cheese dip, crab-encrusted snapper with lemon beurre blanc, and a Key lime pie that holds its own. Sit outside with 149 others and take in those great views of the Intracoastal -- a moment that can be especially enjoyable with a mojito in hand and reggae in the background. Pull up your boat -- up to 100-footers are permitted -- and dock, but get there early on the weekends to snag some frontage.Dock your boat for the afternoon, and enjoy some drinks. Every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday features live music. Catamaran cruises set sail in the summertime from Banana Boat, with a live band on the boat. Tickets can be purchased or won. Theme nights include tiki torch nights with special drinks, such as the Torched Lemonade or Cherry Cola. More >>

  • BankUnited Center

    BankUnited Center

    1245 Dauer Drive Coral Gables, FL 33146
    305-284-8686

    http://www.bankunitedcenter.com

  • BB&T Center

    BB&T Center

    1 Panther Parkway Sunrise, FL 33323
    954-835-8000

    http://www.thebbtcenter.com Formerly BankAtlantic Center. More >>

  • Beach Betty

    Beach Betty's

    625 E. Dania Beach Blvd. Dania Beach, FL 33004
    954-921-9893

    Play a game of darts or shoot pool with your girls at this Dania Beach lesbian-friendly bar. Camp out next to a mural painted to look like the sun rising over the ocean, adorned with palm trees, or take your drinks outside and enjoy the real-life counterpart. Get oiled up with a little liquid courage and go front and center for Sunday-night karaoke. More >>

  • The Beat Cup Cafe

    The Beat Cup Cafe

    660 Linton Blvd. Delray Beach, FL 33444
    561-330-4693

    http://www.thebeatcupcafe.com Delray Beach's Beat Cup Cafe offers all the essentials: great coffee (imported from Miami's esteemed Panther coffee), made-to-order light bites, a selection of craft beers, and an eclectic schedule of live entertainment and events. It's no wonder the café has become a go-to hangout for a younger, hip crowd that enjoys art, live music, and specialty beverages made with love. The décor is relaxed, with comfy sofas and funky art lining the walls -- and the service is just as inviting. Although the wine selection is somewhat lacking, you're sure to encounter something you love on any given visit to the Beat Cup, whether it's a break-dance performance, poetry slam, or your steaming latte served in a giant mug. More >>

  • Bicentennial Park

    Bicentennial Park

    1075 Biscayne Blvd. Miami, FL 33132
    305-358-7550

  • Bikini Bob's

    555 S. Federal Highway Pompano Beach, FL 33062
    954-784-6353

  • 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. More >>

  • Blue Anchor Pub

    Blue Anchor Pub

    804 E. Atlantic Ave. Delray Beach, FL 33483
    561-272-7272

    http://www.theblueanchor.com Push through the ancient window-paned doors and British accents will pop and crackle as they mingle with island dialects and "Jeepers Creepers," the 1930s jazz song. Red and green carpet, lit softly by lanterns, guides your way through Blue Anchor British Pub. Red curtains hang over old-fashioned windows; tea kettles hang suspended from the ceiling; and old-world paintings decorate the walls. A bookshelf runs around the perimeter of the joint, stacked high with trinkets, old tomes, and decoy ducks. An assortment of national flags hang in every direction on the wooden walls, creating a historic feeling. More >>

  • Blue Martini

    Blue Martini

    550 S. Rosemary Ave. West Palm Beach, FL 33401
    561-835-8601

    http://www.bluemartinilounge.com This West Palm Beach spot is a hangout for the sophisticated drinkers who have money to burn on exotic martini flavors and a dimly blue lit, laid-back environment. The patio at Blue Martini dominates the other nearby bars on nights with good weather. More >>

  • Bongos Cuban Café

    Bongos Cuban Café

    601 Biscayne Blvd. Miami, FL 33132
    786-777-2100

    http://www.bongoscubancafe.com This is as close as it gets to Havana's Tropicana, the swanky, pre-Castro supper club where "Babalu" was born. The salsa theme puts on the ritz accompanied by lots of Cuban food, lots of Cuban music, and lots of Cubans period. More >>

  • Boston

    Boston's on the Beach

    40 S. Ocean Blvd. Delray Beach, FL 33483
    561-278-3364

    http://www.bostonsonthebeach.com Boston's on the Beach is a Delray institution known for fresh, reasonably priced seafood that's simply prepared. Though it caters to a Northern crowd and makes no secret of its Red Sox allegiances, anyone who's a fan of whole lobster, fried seafood baskets, and a delicious rendition of New England clam chowder will be sated here. There's a spiffed-up interior, with the downstairs dining room catering to a cost-conscious crowd in search of a straightforward meal that's a cut above bar food. It's still a mecca for sports fans, with wide-screen TVs displaying every game a Massachusetts native would ever hope to watch. For fancier meals, the upstairs offers a more extensive menu and refined dining. When the weather cooperates, outside is where it's at: an extensive covered patio with plenty of elbow room, right across the street from the ocean. Despite the location, the restaurant is far from Atlantic Avenue's maddening crowd and offers terrific service from start to finish. More >>

  • Bougainvillea

    Bougainvillea's Old Florida Tavern

    7221 SW 58th Ave. South Miami, FL 33143
    305-669-8577

    http://www.bougiesbar.com Every night feels like a house party at this bar that resembles a wooden cottage. The front porch is quiet enough for conversation and sipping Patrón on ice. Inside the dark bar, there are always live bands jamming while people dance and drink. The back patio features another bar and hookahs available for smoking. This place rules! More >>

  • Boynton Beach Arts District

    422 W. Industrial Ave. Boynton Beach, FL 33426
    786-521-1199

  • Brady

    Brady's Irish Pub

    986 S. State Road 7 North Lauderdale, FL 33068
    954-973-1390

  • Briny Irish Pub

    Briny Irish Pub

    3440 E. Atlantic Blvd. Pompano Beach, FL 33062
    954-942-3159

    http://www.brinyirishpubs.com/pompano.html 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. More >>

  • Broward Center for the Performing Arts

    Broward Center for the Performing Arts

    201 SW 5th Ave. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312
    954-462-0222

    http://www.browardcenter.org South Florida has tons of venues for theater and live music: for the most part, they’re run of the mill. Not the Broward Center for the Performing Arts. Situated directly on the beautifully landscaped riverwalk portion of the New River, the Broward Center screams elegance before you even enter the door. And then you head in: high ceilings, fancy lighting, and newly renovated theaters. The decor will definitely help you to--at least, somewhat--justify the high ticket prices. More >>

  • Broward County Main Library Theatre

    Broward County Main Library Theatre

    100 S. Andrews Ave. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
    954-357-7444

    http://www.browardlibrary.org Eight-story facility features programs and special events, classes, a 300-seat theatre, a restaurant and cafe, a gallery, a gift shop, computers, videos and DVDS, and, oh yeah, books. More >>

  • Broward Folk Club

    1750 NW 88th Way Coral Springs, FL 33071

  • The Bubble

    The Bubble

    810 NE Fourth Ave. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
    954-562-3804

    Founded by local promoter couple-extraordinaire Garo Gallo and Yvonne Colón, IWAN space the Bubble warehouse/gallery/music venue serves as a hub for Broward County's creative base. Imagine concert-hall-quality acoustics, 3,000 square feet to boogie your ass off or wallflower around (this doesn't include the giant space outside), two stages, and loads of local art littering the walls by artists such as Lisa Parrott, Peter Giovenco, Erick Arenas, and Francesco LoCastro. (Fun fact: LoCastro also painted the rad mural that covers the front of the warehouse.) Gallo and Colón conceptualized the downtown Fort Lauderdale spot years ago as a venue where oft-underrepresented artists can display their work, indie musicians can rehearse and record, and networking and promotion will help solidify the local arts community. Their vision officially began to materialize in April 2009, when the couple purchased the space. Since then, they've been booking acts, showcasing countless artists, and renovating tirelessly. "This way, we don't have to answer to club owners with bad taste," Gallo quipped. More >>

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