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  • Kahuna Bar & Grill

    Kahuna Bar & Grill

    249 N. Ocean Blvd. Boca Raton, FL 33432
    954-725-0244

    http://www.myspace.com/kahuna_deerfield Kahuna Bar and Grill is a casual beachfront watering hole in Deerfield Beach with frozen drinks, live music four nights a week (Wednesday through Saturday), and a lively local crowd. Bands and solo acts that frequently play Kahuna, such as Crazy Fingers and Blind Fish, tend to perform music in the jam, reggae, and acoustic genres. The bar serves weekly drink specials, such as $3 Jack Daniels on Friday nights and $3 Sailor Jerry drinks on Saturdays. Women drink free from 10 p.m. to close on Thursday nights. More >>

  • The Kelsey Club

    700 Park Ave. West Palm Beach, FL 33403
    561-296-1407

    The spacious Kelsey Club sits in a prestigious art district, but once inside, all that artsy-fartsy stuff can be left at the door. The Kelsey offers weekly reggae and ´80s-music nights, gaming nights, and movie nights, plus live punk rock. Andrew W.K. even played there at the height of his high-kickin' rock popularity. More >>

  • Kester Park

    Northeast Sixth Street and Northeast Ninth Avenue Pompano Beach, FL 33060
    954-786-4111

  • 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. More >>

  • Kilmo's Warehouse

    543 Northwest First Ave. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
    754-234-3865

    Soon to be renamed Downtown Music Hall. More >>

  • The King

    The King's Head Pub

    500 E. Dania Beach Blvd. Dania Beach, FL 33004
    954-922-5722

    http://www.daniakingsheadpub.com From the outside, the place looked like a little bed-and-breakfast that belongs in New Hampshire. From the inside, the place looks like somebody stuck a dining hall from the English countryside onto an Old World pub. The walls are covered in knick-knacks from the Old Country, including photos of old trucks and half-century-old alcohol labels. There's so much attention to detail that while eating, Henry VIII and his wives watch over you. The food's topnotch and served until 11 p.m. The beer flows from the taps as fast as you can drink it until 2 a.m. on the weekends. More >>

  • Klipsch Amphitheater at Bayfront Park

    Klipsch Amphitheater at Bayfront Park

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

    http://www.bayfrontparkmiami.com

  • Knight Concert Hall

    Knight Concert Hall

    1300 Biscayne Blvd. Miami, FL 33132
    305-949-6722

    http://www.arshtcenter.org

  • Kravis Center

    Kravis Center

    701 Okeechobee Blvd. West Palm Beach, FL 33401
    561-686-7000

    http://www.kravis.org

  • Kuluck Persian Restaurant & Lounge

    Kuluck Persian Restaurant & Lounge

    5879 N. University Drive Tamarac, FL 33321
    954-720-6980

    http://www.kuluck.com A slick, upscale supper club with Middle Eastern flourishes, Kuluck Persian Restaurant & Lounge serves Iranian cuisine that feels like it came straight from the kitchen of a Persian matriarch (a pleasant counterpoint to the modern aesthetic). Steamed rice called chelow is generously dished out next to marinated chicken kebabs, juicy strips of ground beef called koobideh, bowls of slow-simmered stews with beef and eggplant, and flecked with heady herbs as polos with salmon or lamb. And on weekends the price of a meal includes a show - a Persian-style belly dancer weaves around the tables almost as quickly as she shakes her hips, and the owners' Persian pop band Dima rocks the dance floor from 10 p.m. till late in the eve. Check out the lunch buffet too. More >>

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