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Chili Pepper, "Bite the Pepper." Funky grooves and acid jazz tunes dispensed all night long, making friction and fuss along the way. 621 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, 531-9661.
Groove Jet, "Groove Girl." Eclectic locals gather for mayhem and mischief. Resident DJs Luis Diaz, Carmel Ophir, and Glenn Richards spin musical fun for everyone. 323 23rd St., Miami Beach, 532-2002.
Bar None, "Funkadelica." A psychedelic party where you have to put on your best bellbottoms and your largest 'fro to get funked. 411 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, 672-9252.
Bermuda Bar, "Salsa Sensation." A ladies night ride where you can cha-cha to your heart's content; with DJ Alex Gutierrez at the wheel. 3509 NE 163rd St., North Miami Beach, 945-0196.
Squeeze, "The First Ever In-Progress Arts Festival." Paints and brushes are handed out as DJ Danny Bled and the Livid Kittens provide musical inspiration while aspiring artists express themselves. 2 S. New River Dr., Fort Lauderdale, 954-522-2151.
Lulu's Restaurant, "Bambi and the Boys." Get ready for some hot and heavy cabaret fun as the beautiful Bambi sings the classics backed by her bodacious-bodied boys. 1053 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, 532-6147.
Bar 609, "Disco Night." Take the high road to party culture with DJ George Milan spinning retro tunes inside, or dance under the stars to Latin grooves on the back-yard patio. Early open bar and no cover till midnight. 609 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, 673-5609.
Yuca. Albita and her band perform every Friday and Saturday, for a mix of latin music, smooth jazz, and boleros. 501 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, 532-9822.
Cameo Theatre. Get into the groove with a jammin' blend of reggae, R&B, and house music pumped out by DJ Waggy Tee. Tight and heavy sounds for the masses. 1445 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, 532-0922.
Twist. The bar for boys, always brimming with excess and overindulgence, hosted by dance master DJ Charlie Mercado. 1057 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, 538-9478.
Union Bar. Take it to another level with DJ Laz-A-Looney spinning the best for your mind, and body, with drink specials all night to keep you rocking and rolling. 653 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, 674-7870.
Churchill's Hideaway, "Reggae Night." Get irie as Miami's own Jah Roots Band takes charge of that island beat. 5501 NE Second Ave., 757-1807.
821, "Top-Secret Lounge." Andrew Price Summers hosts and DJ Shannon spins at a nasty little night, always a crowd pleaser for the local trade and featuring the Top-Secret Show, a weekly variety extravaganza of lounge singers and polyester galore. 821 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach, 534-0887.
Bash, "Retro Night." The best in disco, swing, funk, and soul, featuring French DJ Christian Hernant. 655 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, 538-2274.
Liquid, "Fat Black Pussycat." Seventies-minded club kids, Euro-not-so-trash, and perky little vixens collide in a happy Afrocentric mix, working the cauldron of rampaging desires. 1439 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, 532-9154.
Caffe Torino, "Drag Night." Dinner goes hand in hand with singing and dancing drag queens, with DJ Bugie dispensing hot tunes after the show. Hosted by the legendary Kitty Meow. 1437 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, 531-5722.
Jillian's, "College Night." Drink specials, cheap chicken wings, and pool, the essentials of youth entertainment. 12070 N. Kendall Dr., Kendall, 595-0070.
Swirl, "Alcatraz." There's no escape from the clutches of DJ Chaz and his trip-hop and groove tunes. 1049 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, 534-2060.
Manhattan's, "Reggae Avenue." A password is the key to hear imported reggae jams and jungle beats from England. 120 SW 3rd Ave., Fort Lauderdale, 954-764-0544.