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Top Ten Bars to Find a Sugar Mama in Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach County

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8. Christopher's Nightclub

2857 E. Oakland Park Blvd., Fort Lauderdale 

Christopher's is the place to see and been seen for the over-40 crowd. Also, this Fort Lauderdale establishment has a reputation as being a pick-up joint, so chances are good your Ms. Moneybags may be prime for the taking. With Christopher's offering salsa classes, live music, and a wide assortment of martinis, you're looking at a room full of older gals who are saucy and ready for a good time.



7. Point Bar at the Coral Ridge Yacht Club


2800 Yacht Club Blvd., Fort Lauderdale

Yachts and rich gals go together like peanut butter and jelly, so this open-air bar, located poolside at the Coral Ridge Yacht Club, is prime territory for sugar mami scouting. This club is where Fort Lauderdale's upper crust goes to schmooze and swap stories of maritime luxuries. 


On any given Saturday afternoon, you'll find hordes of well-to-do women decked out in casual Ralph Lauren, sipping on Bellinis, just waiting for the right young cougar cub to sweep them off their feet.



6. Blue Martini


6000 Glades Road, Ste. C-1380, Boca Raton

2432 E. Sunrise Blvd., Fort Lauderdale
550 S. Rosemary Ave., Ste. 244, West Palm Beach

This upscale lounge, with encyclopedic alternatives to the classic martini, is another notorious pick-up spot. Each of its three locations is brimming with aged-girlfriend potential. 

An astute seeker of ladies with bank will go to this classy locale on Wednesdays for ladies' night. There is just something mystical about ladies' night, where women lower their inhibitions and throw caution to the wind because of two-for-one cosmopolitans. 

On ladies' night at Blue Martini, you'll find wealthy women in the most agreeable of moods. Your game doesn't even have to be that sharp in scenarios like this. 

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