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

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5. Blue Jean Blues
3320 NE 33rd St., Fort Lauderdale

Although Blue Jean Blues is, obviously, a bar that hosts live blues music, you would be mistaken to dismiss this place as a scruffy juke joint. The brick walls decorating the interior and soothing mood lighting give this North Beach haunt a swanky character. Its location -- within walking distance of all the soaring condo buildings that line Galt Ocean Mile -- is what makes Blue Jean Blues such a sugar mama draw. 

What you'll find in its confines, besides exceptional jazz and blues musicians performing seven days a week, is a healthy assortment of affluent seasonal music-loving women looking for someone to cozy up to during the winter months. Chances are good you'll find the right rich snowbird to make toasty during their stay on our shores.



4. The Leopard Lounge


363 Cocoanut Row, Palm Beach

The name of this chic restaurant and lounge, located inside posh and pricey Chesterfield Hotel, says it all. This Palm Beach hotspot packs in the silver-haired old money chickadees Friday and Saturday night. Watch as they valet their Bentleys and Rolls Royces, frolic on the establishment's leopard carpeting, and savor its renowned caviar. With dark woods, glossy black leather booths, and hand-painted ceilings, you'd think you just stepped into a Fitzgerald novel here. Wear your best Patek Philippe knock-off watch for this one, as you are likely to be rubbing elbows with a hotel heiress of some sort. 


3. Grille 66


2301 SE 17th St., Fort Lauderdale

Owned by Wayne Huizenga and former hang out of Ponzi bandit Scott Rothstein, Grille 66 is where Fort Lauderdale's finest go to wine and dine. With stunning Intracoastal Waterway views, this steak house and bar overlooking Pier 66 is replete with well-to-do gals looking for any excuse to spend their exes' dough. It's also a nice hidey-hole for female bank executives, lawyers, doctors, and financial advisers looking for an after-work libation.

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