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  • Swampgrass Willys

    Swampgrass Willys

    9910 Alt A1A Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410
    561-625-1555

    http://www.swampgrasswillys.net Swampgrass Willys offers more than 70 bottled beers and features live local music, karaoke, jukebox, a poker league, pool tables, air hockey, the latest Golden Tee, Wii games, Guitar Hero, televised sports, and more. It's also the home of SwampStudios, a full ProTools HD3 recording and rehearsal studio. It's open seven days a week, and happy Hour is Monday through Friday from 3:30 to 7 p.m. The kitchen is open until 2:30 a.m. More >>

  • Swarm Warehouse

    500 SW 21st Terrace Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312

    http://www.ftlcollective.com/tag/swarm-warehouse/ At Swarm, which pops up every few months, there are no special invitations, dress-code requirements, overpriced cover fees, or strict rules to abide by. As event organizers Black Locust Society says, "Come one, come all. It's just about bringing people together. This is just what we do." Housed in a warehouse away from the madness of the Fort Lauderdale downtown bar scene, Swarm is the place where partygoers go to let loose, listen to an assortment of live music — the lineup is always different — and take in a bit of local art. The Swarm crowd is completely diverse. Nobody cares about your race, musical interests, financial situation, or what you're wearing. It's all about the experience. More >>

  • Swarm Warehouse

    500 SW 21st Tr Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312

  • Sweat Records

    Sweat Records

    5505 NE Second Ave. Miami, FL 33137
    786-693-9309

    http://www.sweatrecordsmiami.com In the days of digital, for a record store to thrive requires more than a little entrepreneurial spirit - and the music Gods looking kindly on you doesn't hurt either. Luckily, Sweat Records is much more than a record retailer. The Little Haiti venue is the unofficial headquarters for Miami's indie set. It's a music store, cafe and event space that hosts everything from vegan brunches to movie nights. Their on-site vegan coffee bar serves up local favorite Panther Coffee, empanadas and other baked eats. And in addition to music, they sell magazines, books, gifts and other carefully curated made-in-Miami offerings for the hipster crew. The question is, what can't Sweat do? More >>

  • Tabu

    2674 E. Oakland Park Blvd. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33306
    954-566-6331

  • Tatiana Restaurant & Night Club

    Tatiana Restaurant & Night Club

    1710 E. Hallandale Beach Blvd. Hallandale, FL 33009
    954-454-1222

    http://www.fltatianarestaurant.com

  • The Theatre

    854 Conniston Road West Palm Beach, FL 33405
    561-833-7305

  • Tickets Sports Theatre

    901 S. Federal Highway Hallandale, FL 33009
    954-457-6201

  • Timpano Chophouse & Martini Bar

    Timpano Chophouse & Martini Bar

    450 E. Las Olas Blvd. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
    954-462-9119

    http://www.timpanochophouse.net Timpano is located on the block surrounded by Las Olas' chicest and trendiest restaurants. If you want to impress a date with a nice night out in a cozy yet upscale environment with a touch of romantic elegance, Timpano is a good choice. The space has indoor and outdoor seating with tables covered with white tablecloths. The Starlight Lounge, a martini bar, is the place to sip on a lychee martini, dish on dry-aged hand-cut fillet, and soak in the sounds of live jazz. There's a grand baby piano to set the romantic and sophisticated tone. Aside from chops, the menu features classic Italian fare. Also, there are plenty of appetizers around $10 for those who desire a light bite. Locals rave over the black skillet-roasted mussels. More >>

  • Titanic Brewery

    Titanic Brewery

    5813 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Coral Gables, FL 33146
    305-667-2537

    http://www.titanicbrewery.com

  • Tobacco Road

    Tobacco Road

    626 S. Miami Ave. Miami, FL 33130
    305-374-1198

    http://www.tobacco-road.com Miami's oldest liquor license and most reliable, all-around bar. If it's music, a burger, and a relaxed atmosphere, both indoors and out, that you seek, this is your watering hole now and forever. More >>

  • Torpedo Bar

    Torpedo Bar

    2829 W. Broward Blvd. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312
    954-587-2500

    Get hot and sweaty dancing all night with the boys at Torpedo. This gay dance club caters to a mostly younger male crowd, looking to party all night. Since it's open till 4 a.m., you'll have plenty of time to drink and cruise the scene. Hole up in a cushy VIP booth, or keep your evening more relaxed by shooting billiards as the DJ spins house and tribal music. Each night of the week brings a different DJ, or bring your own music and take the stage on Tuesday nights. More >>

  • Treasure Trove

    Treasure Trove

    2933 SE Fifth St. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316
    954-522-8385

    A beachside hideaway for the local drinkers is found within Fort Lauderdale's Treasure Trove. Nautical trimmings and beer knickknacks are scattered along the walls where locals sharing stories occupy the high top tables and barstools. The jukebox fills the room with rock 'n' roll favorites, and the ocean breeze blows through the open-air dive. The bartenders know their patrons by name, and there's never a dry glass in the house. On Tuesdays, the bar is the place to go for an extended lunch break to chow on $1 tacos. Just steps away from the ocean, Treasure Trove is the quintessential place for beachgoers and townies searching for a relaxing night out away from the tourists. More >>

  • Tricky Dick

    Tricky Dick's Pub

    9900 Sandalfoot Blvd. Boca Raton, FL 33428
    561-482-7400

    Tricky Dick's is a casual, blue-collar spot by day, and a lively gathering of 20-somethings by night -- especially on Mondays from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m., when women drink free. Located off 441 in west Boca Raton, this low-key watering hole boasts the regular bar swag: beer signs and lots of sports on the TVs. At night, the dance floor packs a DJ, two pool tables, darts, booths, and a whole lot of bodies vibing to electronica and old-school hip hop. Though during the day, the jukebox pumps out classic rock. The island bar divides the room, seemingly between partiers and onlookers. And it also opens up into a package store on one side. Tricky Dick's has a 23-hour license, so the party starts at 7 a.m. and ends at 5 a.m. More >>

  • Tryst

    Tryst

    4 E. Atlantic Ave. Delray Beach, FL 33444
    561-921-0201

    http://www.trystdelray.com Executive chef Julian Greaves, formerly of Sol Kitchen, has put together a menu of small plates, bar food, comfort food, and bistro classics that pairs exquisitely with the excellent list of 50-plus, personality-forward craft beers. With input from a quartet of restaurant-savvy owners (Rodney Mayo and Scott Freilich, who own Dada, the Dubliner, and Howley's Diner; Butch Johnson from 32 East next door; and Dave Robinson of Delux nightclub), he's created dishes as aromatic, intense, and highly seasoned as these beautiful beers, matching them stride for stride with nightly specials (seared black cod, pork tenderloin), small plates (fish tacos, Indian spiced lamb chops, fish and chips), and chef's favorites (foie gras with bread pudding, pad Thai). Go early or midweek if you want time and space to eat and explore the beer list at leisure: Weekends are a madhouse. More >>

  • Turn 3 Sports Bar

    Turn 3 Sports Bar

    23032 Sandalfoot Plaza Boca Raton, FL 33428
    561-483-1964

    http://www.turn3sportsbar.com Vroom. Vroom. Rev up those engines. Turn 3 Sports Bar is just around the corner, waiting to become your home away from home. Tucked away in Sandlefoot Plaza in Boca Raton, this neighborhood-style sports bar is a spot for kicking back with a beer and unwinding after a long day at work. Family owned and run, this cozy watering hole has a myriad of accouterments to complement a night of drinking. Trophies and beer memorabilia line the walls, but the folks inside give this place all its character. With darts to pool tables and hours extending until 5 a.m., there is no telling what will happen after a few rounds of beers. Open seven days a week, there are drink specials throughout the day and live music onstage almost every night of the week. More >>

  • TW's Lounge

    23269 State Road 7 Boca Raton, FL 33428
    561-218-0188

  • Uncle Sam's Music

    4580 N. University Drive Fort Lauderdale, FL 33351
    954-742-2466

    http://www.unclesamsmusic.com

  • Unit1

    1202 Lucerne Ave. Lake Worth, FL 33460
    213-255-0730

    unit1.org/

  • Unit1

    1202 Lucerne Ave. Lake Worth, FL 33460
    213-255-0730

    http://unit1.org/

  • Unity 88

    4028 NE 6th Ave. Oakland Park, FL 33334
    561-203-0886

  • University of Miami Gusman Hall

    1314 Miller Drive Coral Gables, FL 33146
    305-284-2446

  • Up Yours Luv Records

    P.O. Box 220908 Hollywood, FL 33022
    954-893-8592

  • Village Pump

    Village Pump

    4404 El Mar Drive Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308
    954-776-5840

    http://www.villagegrille.com Upscale but located in the beach hub of Lauderdale-by-the-Sea, the dimly lit Village Pump serves a casual crowd that doesn't want to skimp on its booze or food. The great drinks slide across a marble bar, the wine list is more than adequate, and the food comes from its sister restaurant the Village Grill, located next door. Sports dominate the TV, the music doesn't stray much from the standard Top 40, and the crowd skews around 40-plus. If you're looking to absorb the beach breeze while sipping on some cocktails, the outdoor seating can't be beat. Bring quarters, though. Parking's a bitch. More >>

  • VP Records

    VP Records

    6022 SW 21st St. Miramar, FL 33023
    954-966-7236

    http://www.vprecords.com There's no shortage of reggae aficionados in South Florida. It's a mini-Mecca for reggae lovers — so it would make sense to have a bunch of shops that sell the music. That's not exactly the case, though; instead, we have just a handful. Clearly leading the little pack is VP Records, the retail facet of the legendary record company of the same name. The Miramar store boasts a courteous, knowledgeable staff that's entrenched in South Florida's reggae community. Most impressive is their selection, which covers a ton of new and old reggae and soca recordings. Unfortunately, they don't have much vinyl anymore, as even their namesake transitions to an all-digital future, but they do have nearly every current release, plus roots and culture sections that rival what you'd find in Kingston shops. It's physically a small store but they've managed to cram a heap of music inside it, making VP the obvious first choice for local reggae shopping. More >>

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