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  • Labyrinth Cafe

    3970 Northwest 21st Ave. Oakland Park, FL 33309
    954-478-8637

    http://www.labyrinthcafe.com Labyrinth Café is a monthly acoustic folk concert series that runs from September through May at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Fort Lauderdale. Concerts begin at 7:30 p.m. on the first Saturday of each month October through December and the second Saturday of each month January through May. Past and current performers include Dar Williams, Rod MacDonald, Raffa & Rainer, and Amy Carol Webb. During performances, the café serves snacks, soda, coffee, beer, and wine. More >>

  • Le Tub

    Le Tub

    1100 N. Ocean Drive Hollywood, FL 33019
    954-921-9425

    http://www.theletub.com Ever since Esquire named Le Tub's giant, char-grilled burgers among the best in the nation, this eccentric watering hole has overflown with would be beef-biters looking to sample the fare. But all these bandwagon jumpers may have missed the point - yeah, the burgers are great, but it's the secluded waterfront tables and “everybody knows your name” vibe that separates Le Tub from all the other gin-joints in town. More >>

  • Le Tub Saloon

    Le Tub Saloon

    1100 N. Ocean Drive Hollywood, FL 33019
    954-921-9425

    http://www.theletub.com Secluded waterfront tables, gigantic burgers, and a no-b.s. service attitude make Hollywood's Le Tub Saloon worthy of our list. Sure, tourists tend to stop by to check out the GQ and Oprah-hyped establishment, but better than the burgers is the large wood deck with eclectic, kitschy South Florida decor, plenty of picnic benches overlooking the Intracoastal boat traffic, and the breezy, open-air bar. More >>

  • Leiser Opera Center

    221 Southwest Third Ave. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
    954-728-9700

  • Lemming Theatre

    2013a N. Miami Ave. Miami, FL 33127
    305-528-8506

  • The Leopard Lounge

    The Leopard Lounge

    363 Cocoanut Row Palm Beach, FL 33480
    561-659-5800

    http://www.chesterfieldpb.com Terminally hip out-of-towners like to come to Palm Beach and dis our tatty old Leopard. Yeah, there's a lounge singer with his Casio belting out Barry White tunes; the sartorially inept jokers wearing $700 lime-green slacks (Where do they find them? Oh, right, two blocks away on Worth Avenue.); the Southern lady lawyers screaming into their cell phones; the big shots ordering $400 bottles of champagne; the doyennes - newly resurfaced skin stretched tight and shiny as latex over jutting cheek and collar bones. But an excellent late-night menu, served until 1 a.m. on weekends, of exotic burgers and creative small plates makes the LL a favorite haunt of hungry nocturnal felines. And where else are you gonna find an appetizer of creamed chipped beef - made with sirloin tips and sautéed mushrooms, no less? More >>

  • Longboards

    Longboards

    519 Clematis St. West Palm Beach, FL 33401
    561-833-4660

    http://www.facebook.com/longboardsrestaurant Longboards is the latest restaurant from Rodney Mayo, the nightlife aficionado who opened Respectable Street Café, a dance club catering to punk kids, in 1987 — when downtown West Palm was a sketchy place at night. With its seafood-centric menu, Longboards may have the most ambitious menu of all of Mayo's holdings -- and trust us, it's a long list -- considering that to do well, the fish and seafood must be really fresh. The menu features six to eight varieties of raw oysters per night and a plethora of bivalve, crustacean, and burger options ranging from middle-neck clams with chorizo, leeks, and lemongrass, to cornmeal dusted oysters with vinegar peppers and truffle aioli, to lobster rolls to burgers. Whatever you do, make sure to save room for dessert -- the cookies and cream pie is out of this world. More >>

  • The Lounge

    The Lounge

    517 Clematis St. West Palm Beach, FL 33401
    561-655-9747

    http://www.respectablestreet.com/newsletters/substance.htm Dress to impress at the Lounge. Style is foremost here. And by style we mean naked body paint, the latest threads, or your own casual vintage wear. Just make sure it's got some flair. The Lounge requires personality. And the interior to this trendy spot is as visually stimulating as the clientele. A golden yellow ceiling and light-blue tiled wall, against which glistening bottles look more like decoration than recreation, dazzle the eye while you shake to tunes that run the typical indie-dance gamut from Blondie to Radiohead. Grab a seat in the spacious garden out in the back, or stand around in the long spacy hall-like main room. No matter where you congregate, the music isn't oppressively loud, so you'll actually be able to hear and speak with your friends. Added alcoholic bonus: various offerings of sake. Drink too much? Grab some sushi from Chef Jack at the mini-restaurant in the back. He cooks up some amazing dishes from 11 p.m. to 3 a.m. The drinks and food don't come cheap, but they won't break the bank. More >>

  • Lulu's Place

    640 Atlantic Ave. Delray Beach, FL 33483
    561-278-4004

    Has going out gotten to be a drag? This colorful bar in the heart of Delray Beach wants to change that. Lulu's brings out the woman in you with weekly drag shows and also offers karaoke, Latin, and techno dance nights. More >>

  • Luna Star Cafe

    Luna Star Cafe

    775 NE 125th St. Miami Shores, FL 33161
    305-799-7123

    http://www.lunastarcafe.com An oasis along the commercial strip in North Miami, this funky acoustic music stronghold has a relaxed community vibe, where customers do indeed know each other. It's cozy, with a smattering of tables, a bar, and a stage that supports live music and readings. The friendly, casual service, then, fits right in. More >>

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