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  • Radio-Active Records

    Radio-Active Records

    845 N. Federal Highway Fort Lauderdale, FL 33304
    954-762-9488

    http://www.radio-active-records.com Formerly known as CD Collector, this friendly neighborhood record store changed its focus when it changed its name. Now Radio-Active Records, the store has a wide selection of new and used vinyl and a sampling of CDs, instead of vice versa. Along with that change, Radio-Active has more than doubled its size. The new area in the back houses rows of vinyl and a stage. Local bands and out-of-towners with indie cred find their way to the small performance space almost every week. What will a show cost you? Nada. They're always free. Show your thanks by picking up a record. After all, you'll be hard-pressed to find something that doesn't suit your tastes as the selection ranges from current music to electro to rare grooves. Psss… make good with the staff. A lot of the good stuff is in the back. More >>

  • Release Nightclub

    311 Clematis St. West Palm Beach, FL 33401
    561-366-9100

  • Revolution Live

    Revolution Live

    100 SW 3rd Ave. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312
    954-449-1025

    http://www.jointherevolution.net Formerly the Chili Pepper and before that the Edge, this spot has hosted some of the best bands to come through South Florida. The three levels (floor, balcony, and upper balcony) allow for ample standing room to watch your favorite bands. The décor is reminiscent of socialist propaganda (viva la Revolution!), but it's a little more subtle than Palm Beach County's indie-rock staple Propaganda. Drinks will cost you, but the atmosphere, standing room, and powerful air conditioning more than make up for it. More >>

  • River of Grass Café

    11850 W. State Road 84 Davie, FL 33325
    954-723-7877

    riverofgrassuu.org/river-of-grass-cafe.html

  • Roger Dean Stadium

    Roger Dean Stadium

    4751 Main St. Jupiter, FL 33458
    561-775-1818

    http://www.rogerdeanstadium.com At Roger Dean Stadium, all 7,000 seats are close enough to catch a foul ball, and the only scalpers will sell you tickets for less than the price of a hot dog. Root, root, root for the home teams -- there are two of them: the Jupiter Hammerheads, a minor-league team connected to the Marlins, and the Palm Beach Cardinals (St. Louis’s farm team). Tickets to the minor-league games are cheap (not much more than a Bud from the new Marlins Stadium), and season ticket deals are even better. The best seats in the house are straight down the first-base line, where fans can spread a blanket across a tiny grassy hill behind where the pitchers warm up. More >>

  • Rooney

    Rooney's Public House

    1153 Town Center Drive Jupiter, FL 33458
    561-694-6610

    http://www.rooneyspublichouse.com A one-team sports pub is what Rooney's is all about. The owners are the founders of the Pittsburgh Steelers, a good thing to know before you start talking trash about the Black and Gold. Super Bowl plans must be made well in advance here, of course. The menu in the dark-wood and dark-green rooms is heavy with bar foods, but notable is the all-Angus Rooney burger and the "Ruben meets Rachel" corned beef and turkey sandwich. They're Irish, so potato-leek soup, shepherd's pie, fish and chips, and Irish stew -- dubbed "Steeler's stew " -- are served here -- and the place rocks like a ship on St. Patrick's Day. A long list of brews, with the pub's own Rooney's Red Ale, are offered. Look for a few Pittsburgh favorites as well -- you don't find pierogies on just any menu in town. More >>

  • Rose and Alfred Miniaci Performing Arts Center

    Alvin Sherman Library Hollywood, FL 33314
    954-262-4600

  • Roy

    Roy's Sports Bar

    8000 W. Sample Road Coral Springs, FL 33065
    954-255-8108

    Locals only is the theme of the night over at Roy's Sports Bar in Margate. As you drive down Sample Road, this nondescript bar is easy to miss. However, the customers inside are unforgettable. Although the word sports is in the bar's title, the patrons are more interested in after-hours drinks and karaoke than catching up with the NBA highlights. A number of pool tables are packed into the back of the tiny bar, so getting to know the other tipsy clientele is not a difficult thing to do. The wooden bar extends its way throughout most of venue, and the various attentive bartenders never leave a glass dry. Barely dressed shot girls weave their way through the packed late-night crowd serving up neon-colored concoctions, and the occasional flower-peddling woman hustles the guys. Open until 4 a.m., Roy's is the quintessential spot for winding down the night and getting in some serious people-watching. More >>

  • Rusty's Bar and Grill

    2104 Beach Court West Palm Beach, FL 33404
    561-841-7707

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