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  • New World Center

    New World Center

    500 17th St. Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-673-3330

    http://www.nws.edu The sleek, stunning stylings of the Frank Gehry-designed New World Center could almost overshadow the sounds of its inhabitants. Almost. But Miami Beach's kings (and queens) of classical music manage to do their digs justice. Here you can listen in on some of the nation's most outstanding young musicians before they move on to even bigger things. With more than 60 annual performances (many of them free), the New World Symphony is impressively prolific. There's also an on-site Soundscape, where films and performances are screened on a 7,000 foot outdoor projection wall while attendees lounge on the lawn, drinking wine and nibbling at cheese. Plus, they host post-performance parties that are a little more action-packed than the earlier affairs. All in all, impressive is an understatement. More >>

  • Ovation

    3637 S. Federal Highway Boynton Beach, FL 33435
    561-740-7076

  • Pompano Beach Amphitheatre

    Pompano Beach Amphitheatre

    1806 NE Sixth St. Pompano Beach, FL 33060
    954-946-2402

    http://ci.pompano-beach.fl.us/events/ Outdoor amphitheatre More >>

  • Propaganda

    Propaganda

    6 S. J St. Lake Worth, FL 33460
    561-547-7273

    http://www.propagandalw.com Lake Worth's indie-music hot spot, Propaganda has the monopoly on good local, original music most nights of the week. If a local band hasn't played the spot, it won't be long. Even Chris Carrabba of Dashboard Confessional has been known to drop in for a surprise show. The Soviet-themed décor recalls Socialist propaganda posters: drowned in red, lots of salutes, war planes. Except at Propaganda, the guy saluting has a bottle of Stoli vodka in his hand. Sure, Socialists actually thought alcoholism was a huge drain on the state, but the club is an important part of South Florida's creative base. If supporting local artists is important to you, there are few places more dedicated to the cause than Propaganda. More >>

  • Release Nightclub

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

  • Rose and Alfred Miniaci Performing Arts Center

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

  • Rusty Pelican

    Rusty Pelican

    3201 Rickenbacker Causeway Key Biscayne, FL 33149
    305-361-3818

    http://www.therustypelican.com After all is said about the Rusty Pelican's $7 million renovation, the waterfront view from every seat -- whether through clear bay windows or from outdoor tables illuminated by fire pits -- still steals the show. The menu is contemporary American (implying a global influence) and, rather surprisingly, not very seafood-centric -- in fact, except a few shellfish offerings, main-course fish choices encompass only local sea bass, local red snapper, and Columbia River salmon (which is rolled with foie gras). If you choose to have a fish straightforwardly grilled, it's down to just salmon or sea bass. Be that as it may, seafood lovers have options. Starters include a handful of sushi and sashimi selections, lobster crudo, sea scallop tiradito, fried calamari, ahi tuna tacos, and sea bass ceviche. The last, served in an oval tin set in crushed ice, lavishes luscious chunks of sea bass tossed with choclo corn kernels, red onion, small cubes of sweet potato, cilantro, lime juice, and aji amarillo -- which yields a nice bite in the back of the throat. Black sea bass fillets and fried whole red snapper were fresh and satisfying anchors to main-course plates, but sides on both were disappointing. Poached Long Island duck breast -- served as three sushi-size cylinders that were tender, juicy, and boasting rich duck flavor -- was the only real eye-opener we sampled. Desserts include a thin rectangular slice of key lime pie and baked Alaska with a soft, fresh cap of bronzed meringue over rock-hard cookies-and-cream ice cream. So much about the Rusty Pelican has changed, but the only real rationale for dining here remains, as always, the view. More >>

  • Santo

    Santo

    501 S. Federal Highway Hallandale, FL 33009
    305-532-2882

    http://www.santolounge.com It's only fitting that a nightclub named Santo - Spanish for saint - shares its address with a multimillion-dollar casino. shares its address with a multimillion-dollar casino. Originally on South Beach's Lincoln Road, Santo relocated to Hallandale Beach's Gulfstream Park in the summer of 2010. Though the area's nightlife was seemingly nonexistent, this 4,000-square-foot, urban-chic lounge attracts an upscale South Florida crowd from Boca to Brickell. Located on the second floor of the casino complex, Santo offers full bar and bottle service. As is the case with most ultralounges, Santo isn't cheap - $20 cover after midnight - but the people are beautiful and the staff is gracious, thus justifying the price of admission. The lounge gets busy after midnight, and it's not uncommon to see young lovers flirting and scantily clad women dancing atop the bar. More >>

  • Score Nightclub

    1437 Washington Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-535-1111

    http://www.scorebar.net Adonis is in the house, South Beach style. Good luck getting past the attitude, though. Since its inception Score has been the epicenter of the well-coifed and tightly muscled set, and it can be tough to break into those tight-knit cliques, though things get looser as the night goes on. More >>

  • Solid Sound Studios

    4616 N. Powerline Road Coconut Creek, FL 33073
    954-974-1466

    http://www.myspace.com/ssstudiosfl

  • Sonar

    2006 Hollywood Blvd. Hollywood, FL 33020
    954-920-8777

  • Sound Advice Amphitheatre

    601-7 Sansbury's Way West Palm Beach, FL 33411
    561-793-0445

  • Sportsplex

    2575 Sportsplex Dr Coral Springs, FL 33065
    954-346-4428

  • Stage Door

    Stage Door's 26 Street Theatre

    8036 W. Sample Road Coral Springs, FL 33065
    954-344-7765

    http://www.stagedoortheatre.com Situated near a supermarket, a sports bar, and a bowling alley in a Coral Springs strip mall, the Stage Door enjoys a prime location for the suburban everyman looking to expand his cultural horizons. The theater's repertoire, however, has all the edge of a circle, playing to an elderly demographic that just can't get enough Neil Simon comedies and mothballed Broadway musicals. The venue has two adjacent theaters, a stage for large-scale spectacles, and a smaller black box for intimate plays. Keep an eye on both; every now and then, a compelling piece of musical theater will emerge. More >>

  • The Stage

    The Stage

    170 NE 38th St. Miami, FL 33137
    305-576-9577

    http://www.thestagemiami.com The Stage is uniquely located underneath the I-195 causeway just off NE 2nd Ave in the Design District. Carlos Garcia, New Times's Best FM Personality 2010, runs the place. The roomy and rockin'; setting was inaugurated during this year's Miami Music Festival, and has featured top local bands like the Jacuzzi Boys. More >>

  • Steinway Piano Gallery

    7940 N. Federal Highway Boca Raton, FL 33487
    561-929-6633

  • SunFest

    SunFest

    Flagler Drive to Lakeview Avenue West Palm Beach, FL 33401
    561-659-3567

  • Sunset Cove Amphitheater

    12551 Glades Road Boca Raton, FL 33498
    561-488-7414

    http://www.pbcgov.com/parks/amphitheaters/sunsetcove/

  • 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 >>

  • The Talent Farm Studios

    The Talent Farm Studios

    20911 Johnson St. Pembroke Pines, FL 33029
    954-438-3488

    http://www.thetalentfarm.com Nestled in a shopping center in the far reaches of Pembroke Pines. Sure, it's so far west it's practically in the swamp, but it's the hub of a very thriving microscene of mostly young bands whose names often form complete sentences. The place will give almost anyone a first shot at playing live, but at the same time, it boasts a more professional stage setup and sound system than most bars back on the beaten local-circuit path. And the Talent Farm is more clued-in about the internet than most local venues: It streams all its shows online for free, recognizing that will draw more of a crowd in the long run. Nurturing tomorrow's local favorites today, the Talent Farm truly lives up to its name. More >>

  • 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

  • Therapy Miami

    60 NE 11th St. Miami, FL 33132

    http://www.clubtherapymiami.com

  • Tickets Sports Theatre

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

  • Titanic Brewery and Restaurant

    Titanic Brewery and Restaurant

    5813 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Coral Gables, FL 33146
    305-668-1742

    http://www.titanicbrewery.com This brewpub across the way from the University of Miami is owned by beer lover Kevin Rusk, who makes it a point to pour good, homemade suds to accompany great live music. Since the place opened in the Nineties, the menu hasn't changed an iota. The seasonal brews are always a delight: The Triple Screw is a fail-safe standby, and the guest-starring Woodchuck cider tastes like frothy heaven. Generously sized empanada appetizers boast tasty meat interiors and flaky pastry exteriors. Other standouts include crawfish-and-andouille bisque, and steamed mussels "fra diablo." On a recent visit, the steerage skirt steak sandwich came dangerously rare in the middle, but the Santa Fe chicken salad, with creamy garlic dill dressing, was crunchy and delicious. Dinner entrée prices top out at $17.95, which will nab you either a rib eye steak or soft-shell crabs, and $14.95 for shrimp étoufée is a steal. Rotating rock bands and slurring coeds are regular fixtures. The Sunday night karaoke delivers a hearty dose of Journey and Sublime. More >>

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