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Best Sports Bar Miami 2007 - Seven Seas

Seven Seas

Seven Seas

2200 SW 57th Ave.

Miami, FL 33155

305-266-6071

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Catching a Heat game at Seven Seas is almost like watching it at home. The small bar (max occupancy 120) could double for a living room with its tight quarters, wooden warmth, and garage-sale decorations. Some of the old items hanging from the wall and ceiling include baseball bats, football helmets, golf clubs, turtle shells, and a plastic Guinness bottle. An old organ sits next to a jukebox that plays mostly Seventies rock like the Eagles' "Tequila Sunrise." In the side lounge, men seated in chairs and recliners holler at the TV every time Shaq misses a free throw. Even the outdoor patio resembles a back yard, with a wooden deck that looks like it was assembled from driftwood and discarded lawn chairs. On special occasions the staff fires up the grill for good old-fashioned barbecue eats. That's about the only time Seven Seas serves any food — the rest of the time, the bar is strictly booze-only. Despite its homey feel, Seven Seas meets the typical sports bar requirements: dim lighting, TV sets in every corner, and a pool table. But what separates it from the chain bars is its character. Like a forgotten trunk in an attic, the faded Seven Seas interior houses a collection of dusty treasures. Old veterans tell stories of their exploits in Vietnam. Chain-smoking forty-somethings interrupt the low hum of activity with raspy cackles. Saucy gents call the bartender with a lustful twinkle in their eyes. The patrons here would rather not be blinded by a moneyed sheen. In the dusky confines of Seven Seas, they have learned to see in the dark.
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MICHALA SUAREZ
MICHALA SUAREZ

Does anyone know Tony Martinez's phone number? I need to get in touch with him.

Avellana
Avellana

One commentary is not enough. If you are into vintage wines, gourmet coffe and Paris Hilton news, then do not come to Seven Seas. If you have some good , solid unadulterated bullshit then come to Seven Seas and it will be for sure matched. By the way you do not have to be Abyssinian to come to Seven Seas

Avellana
Avellana

The owner of Seven Seas is my brother Pancho. I had the privilige of serving with him at the Army's 82 Abn Div. This review is right in the $. Truly 7 Seas has a abandoned and and careless look, but indeed character is abundant. The highest concentration of character is Pancho himself. If he has a weathered look is because of the intensity of his life. If you go there ask for him and shake his hand. Tell him that Avellana sent you. He MIGHT give you a free beeer. It will be your privilege to have met him. In my opinion Seven Seas is the antidote to a nagging wife.

Bernie
Bernie

To add to Vanessa's comment Karaoke is every Thursday and Saturday from 10pm til 2am (unless crowded then we go longer).Vanessa is our favorite bartender along with Jackie on Thursdays. On Saturdays we have Marley.

For more info on Se7aS visit www.myspace.com/7seasbar

and for info on the Karaoke Miami shows therewww.karaokemiami.com

Vanessa
Vanessa

There is nothing like the 7-Seas, i been working there for the past 3 1/2 years and it has definitely been an experience! Come join me Wednesdays (7pm-1am) & Karaoke Thursdays til 2am!

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