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  • Revolution Live

    Revolution Live

    100 SW 3rd Ave. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312-1773
    954-449-1025

  • Revolution Live

    100 SW 3rd Ave. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312-1773
    954-449-1025

  • All Saints

    333 Tarpon Drive Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
    954-467-6496

  • Broward Center for the Performing Arts

    Broward Center for the Performing Arts

    201 SW 5th Ave. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312
    954-462-0222

    http://www.browardcenter.org South Florida has tons of venues for theater and live music: for the most part, they’re run of the mill. Not the Broward Center for the Performing Arts. Situated directly on the beautifully landscaped riverwalk portion of the New River, the Broward Center screams elegance before you even enter the door. And then you head in: high ceilings, fancy lighting, and newly renovated theaters. The decor will definitely help you to--at least, somewhat--justify the high ticket prices. More >>

  • Broward County Main Library Theatre

    Broward County Main Library Theatre

    100 S. Andrews Ave. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
    954-357-7444

    http://www.browardlibrary.org Eight-story facility features programs and special events, classes, a 300-seat theatre, a restaurant and cafe, a gallery, a gift shop, computers, videos and DVDS, and, oh yeah, books. More >>

  • The Bubble

    The Bubble

    810 NE Fourth Ave. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
    954-562-3804

    Founded by local promoter couple-extraordinaire Garo Gallo and Yvonne Colón, IWAN space the Bubble warehouse/gallery/music venue serves as a hub for Broward County's creative base. Imagine concert-hall-quality acoustics, 3,000 square feet to boogie your ass off or wallflower around (this doesn't include the giant space outside), two stages, and loads of local art littering the walls by artists such as Lisa Parrott, Peter Giovenco, Erick Arenas, and Francesco LoCastro. (Fun fact: LoCastro also painted the rad mural that covers the front of the warehouse.) Gallo and Colón conceptualized the downtown Fort Lauderdale spot years ago as a venue where oft-underrepresented artists can display their work, indie musicians can rehearse and record, and networking and promotion will help solidify the local arts community. Their vision officially began to materialize in April 2009, when the couple purchased the space. Since then, they've been booking acts, showcasing countless artists, and renovating tirelessly. "This way, we don't have to answer to club owners with bad taste," Gallo quipped. More >>

  • C&I Studios

    541 NW 1st Ave. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
    954-357-3934

    http://www.c-istudios.com Located in a 4,000-square-foot warehouse space in Fort Lauderdale's up-and-coming FAT Village Arts District, C&I Studios is a multipurpose media company and events space with the mission of developing and cultivating an arts scene in South Florida. The massive, open space is host to a smorgasbord of events, from themed art walk parties and $1 movie nights to "Live at C&I," a free concert series showcasing the best in local music. Complete with its own recording studio, wardrobe and makeup area, cycloramic wall, lounge area, and even its own fully stocked and licensed bar, this hip and relaxed spot is for the community — everyone from local creative types to firefighters and cops can be seen hanging out at one of the events. “This is our town, and it is creative,” says founding director Josh Miller of the space. “People just didn't know where to go. Now they do.” More >>

  • Chill Wine Lounge

    Chill Wine Lounge

    1828 E. Sunrise Blvd. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33304
    954-514-7399

    http://www.chillwinelounge.com Fort Lauderdale's independent Gateway movie theater might not be able to boast chef-prepared foods deliverable to high-back leather recliners like at the big mega-chain multiplex, but it's now possible to enjoy a specialty glass of wine or craft beer before walking over to your first-run indie flick. That's thanks to Chill Wine Lounge, the “deco glam” watering hole located next door to Gateway that opened in December 2012. Sure, the ultramodern chrome accents, over-the-top neon purple lighting, and floral motifs all detract a little from the gorgeous terrazzo flooring and generous wine and craft-beer menu (and is an iPad really necessary to take our drink orders when the bar is literally three feet away?) -- but who cares? This neighborhood spot is the perfect place to begin your night out to the movies or end an evening with great drinks. More >>

  • Congas Night Club

    Congas Night Club

    2079 N. University Drive Plantation, FL 33322
    954-749-9669

    http://www.congasclub.com Congas Nightclub features live bands and DJs who play the spectrum of Latin music from salsa to merengue to reggaeton and even spin a little bit of house and hip-hop. Congas' understated storefront is located in the back of a Plantation strip mall between a Goodwill and a Chinese buffet. With 1,700-plus likes on its Facebook page, Congas has a strong following among the Latin American community in Fort Lauderdale's western suburbs. The club is open Thursday through Saturday nights. There's no cover on Thursdays, when you can get your hands on $3 well drinks and domestics. During the Friday-night happy hour, from 8 to 10 p.m., all food and drinks are half-priced. Cover on Friday is $5, and on Saturday it's $10. More >>

  • Connie Hoffman Gazebo

    Riverwalk Arts and Entertainment District Fort Lauderdale Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312

  • Cubby Hole

    Cubby Hole

    823 N. Federal Highway Fort Lauderdale, FL 33304
    954-728-9001

    http://www.thecubbyhole.com The Cubby Hole is a gay neighborhood watering hole that dubs itself "the best little butch bar in Fort Lauderdale." A dimly lit, downtown hangout, the place somehow seems both rustic and urban, with brick and blue wooden walls, a platform with three dance poles, and cute, colorful lamps. The one-room juke joint features a pool table that costs 50 cents to play, except on Tuesdays, when it's free. There are various drink specials throughout the week, such as underwear night on Mondays and Wednesdays, when being underdressed gets you two-for-one drinks from 9 p.m. to close, and Thursdays, when bare chests get you the same special. Friday nights are $10 beer busts - all the drafts you can drink. On Saturday nights, dancers showcase their moves and bodies on the platform in one corner of the room. The bar serves pub fare, such as sandwiches, wings, and "butch" burgers. The Cubby Hole fronts Federal Highway, but the entrance is in the back. More >>

  • Culture Room

    Culture Room

    3045 N. Federal Highway Fort Lauderdale, FL 33306
    954-564-1074

    http://www.cultureroom.net It's hot, loud, and way too crowded. But would you expect anything less from a rock club? The Culture Room books an eclectic mix of bands. On any given week they might have David Allan Coe, the Misfits, Johnny Winter, a local group of hardcore rockers, and northern Europe's meanest-sounding death metal makers. What sets the Culture Room apart from the other hot and sweaty clubs around, though, isn't necessarily what goes on atop the large stage; it's the nice, refreshing atmosphere just outside the main concert room. If you don't care so much about seeing your favorite rock stars up close, in the flesh, you can still rock out a few feet away, under the beautiful Florida sky — and watch a video projection of the show while you sip a beer. Or if you're really hardcore, as you pound Jägermeister and break the bottle over your own head. More >>

  • The Historic Downtowner

    The Historic Downtowner

    10 S. New River Drive E. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
    954-463-9800

    http://www.downtownersaloon.com You've exited the jailhouse, and with just a few steps in the throwaway sandals so kindly provided, you've crossed the street — into the Downtowner Saloon's lot. Because that insufferable block of cement has just vanished from view, dine outside and relish the backdrop of downtown's unadulterated skyline. This coveted seat is far removed from the cold metal seats of yesteryear. You might have spent yesterday peering through thin slit windows, but now you have the horizon to contemplate: boats cruising under two cotton-candy-pink bridges. Order a cocktail or glass of wine and some food. It's not your last meal; you can come back tomorrow. There's a special no matter which night of the week you get bailed out of jail. More >>

  • Ernie

    Ernie's Bar BQ

    1843 S. Federal Highway Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316
    954-523-8636

    There's nothing nouveau or trendy at this downtown Fort Lauderdale smokehouse/sports bar. Casual and funky (check out Ernie's anti-gold-standard diatribes framed all over the downstairs dining room), Ernie's is a favorite with customers who keep coming back for the oversized burgers, fresh conch chowder, and home-baked Bimini bread. The BBQ is tangy and full of tomatoes and onions; a rack of ribs is more reminiscent of slow-cooked Italian short ribs than Southern soul food, and they're absolutely delicious. Regulars also partake of the full bar, friendly service, and open-air upstairs patio for enjoying balmy Florida nights. More >>

  • Fat Tuesday Beach Place

    Fat Tuesday Beach Place

    17 S. Fort Lauderdale Beach Blvd. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316
    954-525-6090

    Mardi Gras only happens once a year, however Fort Lauderdale beach-goers are encouraged to celebrate daily at Fat Tuesday's Beach Place venue. Overlooking the ocean, Fat Tuesday has a variety of "adult slurpees" to choose from, and for an extra dollar a floater shot is added giving drinks one helluva kick. (Although patrons will quickly find out they don't need the bonus shot.) The 190 Octane is the most popular menu choice, filled with grain spirits and orange flavors, it ain't your typical girlie frozen drink. So after a long day in the sun, head to Fat Tuesday to cool off while listening to live music and dreaming of a night out on Bourbon Street. More >>

  • Fat Village Arts District

    NW 5th St. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301

  • First Presbyterian Church of Fort Lauderdale

    First Presbyterian Church of Fort Lauderdale

    401 SE 15th Ave. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
    954-462-6200

    http://www.firstpres.cc/home.asp

  • Flossie

    Flossie's Bar and Grill

    3985 Ravenswood Road Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312
    954-583-9656

    https://www.facebook.com/flossies.bar Sundays are the day to visit Flossie's, tucked away on a service road in Dania Beach. Despite the down-and-out location, regulars describe it as a family bar. Family for bikers, that is. Drive into the parking lot to find a sea of Harleys: shiny new hogs, some with cabs, others with “sissy bars” for long hauls. Past the sea of bikes and picnic tables, in what looks like a motel from another era, you'll find a sea of regulars. Flossie's interior is a sprawling common area that desperately needs a makeover, with rescued kitchen furniture and worn bar stools. The place has been a biker staple since 1975. Bar food is the staple here, though occasionally it's Mexican night, with tacos and burritos when the cook gets creative. Burgers and wings serve as fuel for a clientele that needs something to soak up the booze. More >>

  • Green Room

    Green Room

    109 SW 3rd Ave. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312
    954-449-1030

    http://www.greenroomlive.com The multilevel Green Room is the latest addition to the America's Backyard/Revolution family, providing the downtown Fort Lauderdale locale with a unique nighttime hangout. Although chic in décor with white leather couches, fancy lighting systems, and Marie Antoinette-style chandeliers, the attitude is far from that of red-velvet roped-off club. An enormous dance floor fills up the center of the club where the local hip 20-somethings gyrate to indie sounds and electro beats. Adjacent is the stage, often filled with musical acts from the local area, and the occasional burlesque troupe performance by the Reckless Dames. Newly installed is the venue's art gallery, a place for South Florida's up-and-coming artists to showcase their talent during weekly event "Gallery Saturdays." Focusing less on the VIP club concept, the Green Room is Fort Lauderdale's answer to a laid-back night of good times and dancing with friends. More >>

  • Hi-Top Studio

    700 SW 27th Ave. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312
    954-703-6513

  • J

    J's Bar

    2780 Davie Blvd. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312
    954-581-8400

    http://www.jsbar.com High-decibel hip-hop feeds the frenzy on weekends at this friendly neighborhood watering hole. J's boasts both pool tables and a mirror ball, and every Thursday, full-contact karaoke brigades liven up the dance floor. More >>

  • Johnny V Restaurant

    Johnny V Restaurant

    625 E. Las Olas Blvd. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
    954-761-7920

    http://www.johnnyvlasolas.com In his decade long run as one of South Florida's most praised practitioners of New American cuisine, Johnny Vinczencz has been nicknamed everything from "The Caribbean Cowboy" to "The Guava Gaucho," but his food is always recognizable by familiar flavors rooted in our country's regional cuisines -- just disguised a bit with worldly-wise additions and daring dashes of gastronomic ingenuity. Witness his robustly comforting sage and rosemary chicken cooked confit-style, paired with white truffle Yukon mashed potatoes at his Las Olas namesake spot. Or with baked tubers filled with truffled sour cream, melted manchego cheese, and piquant chilaca chili. A lounge area in back allows diners to indulge in pre dinner and late-night grazing from a tapas menu. Johnny V's service is solid, staff attitude just right, wine list extensive, cuisine top-notch. Don't worry about what to call the chef; just call for reservations. More >>

  • Kilmo's Warehouse

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

    Soon to be renamed Downtown Music Hall. More >>

  • 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 >>

  • Leiser Opera Center

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

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