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Gramps

Gramps

In addition to the air conditioning, cold beer and cocktails as their entrance advertises, Wynwood's Gramps is home to lots more. Like rock acts on the regular, DJs spinning vinyl and plenty of dance space.
Story Nightclub

Story Nightclub

Where did the Heat team celebrate their 2013 championship -- and rack up a $100K tab? Meet Story. That parable should say it all about this 27,000 square foot SoBe dance club's prestige factor.
Tobacco Road

Tobacco Road

Miami's oldest liquor license and most reliable, all-around bar. If it's music, a burger, and a relaxed atmosphere, both indoors and out, that you seek, this is your watering hole now and forever.

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  • B Bar at the Betsy Hotel

    B Bar at the Betsy Hotel

    1440 Ocean Drive Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-531-6100

    http://www.bbarmiami.com Nestled in the basement of the Betsy Hotel, B Bar seems out of place on a strip known for cheesy bars and pushy hostesses selling the catch of the day. B Bar could easily be located in midtown Miami or, even better, Manhattan. It oozes Wynwood and Lower East Side cool, so it's easy to forget the tourist destination lurking outside. But what makes this bar a jewel is a strict door policy that keeps the riffraff out and away from A-listers. If you're able to gain entry, you'll experience a dark, contemporary décor glowing under ethereal lighting. The Callin Fortis-designed space's true wonder is the vinyl ceiling that mirrors the entire space, causing a bit of disorientation - or is that just the cocktails? Read more about this Miami bar or club >>

  • Bahia at the Four Seasons

    Bahia at the Four Seasons

    1435 Brickell Ave. Miami, FL 33131
    305-358-3535

    http://www.fourseasons.com/miami/dining/bahia/ The setting's lux, on the Four Seasons Hotel's seventh floor outdoor terrace (if a two-acre space, with a pool and waterfall, can be called a terrace). The menu's tapas, ranging from an appetizing assortment of imported olives to more filling small plates like creamy Croquetas de Marisco (featuring lobster), Endives with Cabrales blue cheese dip and fruit, fresh anchovy fillets marinated in vinaigrette, or new potatoes with wonderfully garlicky aioli. Drinks to go with the tapas include formidable cocktails and an extensive assortment of Latin American beers, as well as wine. Read more about this Miami bar or club >>

  • Bahia Cabana Beach Resort

    Bahia Cabana Beach Resort

    3001 Harbor Drive Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316
    954-524-1555

    http://www.bahiacabanaresort.com South of the commotion at Beach Place, Bahia Cabana is an oasis of local Fort Lauderdale culture. Tucked away between docks, the Bahia Cabana resort/hotel the bar boasts strong drinks and a ceiling littered with knickknacks, such as street signs and Florida license plates. With the beach across the street, locals and tourists alike drink and eat at the bar, in the attached restaurant area, or out on the dock overlooking yachts. For those arriving via water, dock space is free for bar and restaurant patrons. Tourists, to remember you're in the tropics, order specialty drinks like the "World's Best Frozen Pina Colada" or the "Frozen Pink Lemonade," both $7. Standard domestics cost $4.50, premiums $5. The wine list is extensive and fairly cheap, with no glasses more than $7.50. Throw one back with an order of conch fritters before you walk over for a day in the sun across A1A. Read more about this Miami bar or club >>

  • Balans Restaurants

    Balans Restaurants

    901 S. Miami Ave. Miami, FL 33130
    305-534-9191

    http://balans.co.uk Just how many branches of a restaurant does it take before the place becomes impersonal? Hard to say, but Balans has passed it. Which isn't to say the establishment doesn't have its appeal: a relaxed ambiance, accessible food (including a very agreeable brunch), hip cocktails, and a final bill that won't break the bank. That last point is particularly pertinent, with most plates under $20. Starters include fried calamari, pot stickers, and popcorn shrimp. It isn't so much the formulaic nature of the selections that leaves us cold, but rather how 1990s they are (one of only two seafood entrées is Chilean sea bass, which is not only a dated notion, but also an ecologically insensitive one). Still, you can get a solid burger with tasty char-grilled flavor on a toasted bun; steaks assertively flamed and appropriately juicy; and properly cooked spaghetti laced with moist morsels of lobster meat in a mellow lobster-cream sauce. Read more about this Miami bar or club >>

  • Baller's

    3200 W. Hallandale Beach Blvd. Hollywood, FL 33023
    305-899-8009

  • The Ballroom at Kendall Hotel and Suites

    9100 N. Kendall Drive Miami, FL 33176
    305-753-3893

    http://www.kendallhotelandsuites.com

  • Bamboo

    Bamboo

    550 Washington Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-695-4771

    http://www.bamboomiamibeach.com When you're looking for a truly VIP experience, Bamboo caters to the opulently wealthy (and those who party like it) with over 27,000-square-feet of nightlife real estate. Bottle service options include 42 tables in front of the main room's hydraulic stage, its custom-built LED riser, and the 30 foot chandelier that floats above it. This is the first American outpost for the highly successful Southeast European brand. Read more about this Miami bar or club >>

  • Bamboo Miami

    550 Washington Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-695-4771

    http://www.bamboomiamibeach.com

  • Bamboo Room

    Bamboo Room

    25 S. J St. Lake Worth, FL 33460
    561-585-2583

    http://www.bambooroomblues.com Housed in Lake Worth's historic Paradise building, the Bamboo Room is the hot spot for live music, especially the blues. Every inch of the club has a story to tell, from the antique Greyhound ticket booth to an array of records and concert posters. Photographs of musicians line the stairwell wall leading up to the main room. A vintage-guitar collection adorns the bamboo-clad walls, and various paintings and sculptures add to the museum-like décor. The enormous collection of vintage cocktail shakers compliments the extensive and creative drink menu. For those looking to enjoy the music from afar, the open-air deck will give your ears a break. Whether a blues aficionado or not, the inviting crowd, laid-back atmosphere, and musical talents put the Bamboo Room on the nightlife map. Read more about this Miami bar or club >>

  • The Bank

    The Bank

    139 NE 1st St. Miami, FL 33132
    305-373-1515

    http://www.thebankmiami.com Why do they call it The Bank? Because this spacious, opulent, 4 room nightclub is housed in what used to be an actual bank, the Meyer Kiser to be exact. Between the Roman columns, and marble walls, this modern nightclub for the moneyed, and those who aspire to be, contains beautiful, luxurious appointments. Modern twists on classic cocktails lend authenticity to the venture. Read more about this Miami bar or club >>

  • The Banker's Club

    1 Biscayne Tower Miami, FL 33131
    305-374-1448

    http://www.thebankersclub.com

  • Bar 12/21

    1200 Brickell Ave. Miami, FL 33131
    305-400-9990

    http://www.mortons.com

  • Bar 337

    337 SW 8th St. Miami, FL 33130

  • The Bar at Level 25

    The Bar at Level 25

    1395 Brickell Ave. Miami, FL 33131
    305-503-6547

    http://conradhotels1.hilton.com After an extensive and expensive renovation, the Conrad Hotel's picture-windowed 25th-floor central atrium has reopened as The Bar at Level 25. And despite the space's elegance, it is now an inviting, locals-friendly neighborhood bar, as its policy of free valet parking (with stamped ticket) attests. It's also far more than a watering hole, serving three squares daily. Best times to sample the more informal fare offered by chef Michael Gilligan, of the hotel's fine-dining spot Atrio, are Sunday brunch -- an elaborate all-you-can-eat-and-drink prix fixe spread -- and evenings, when the menu encompasses raw bar selections plus pintxos, Basque for tapas. But the food's scope spreads beyond Spain, with Asian- and Latin-inspired selections such as codfish esqueixada (a refreshing bacalao salad), rich duck confit cazuelita, sinfully satisfying foie gras and goat cheese empanadas, a trio of raw fish and meat tartares, tempura-battered soft-shell crab with spicy chipotle aioli, and other delectable dishes. The lounge offers weekday happy-hour specials with a wide selection of drinks between $5 and $8. But most of the prices are as high-end as the décor. Read more about this Miami bar or club >>

  • Bar Louie

    Bar Louie

    3201 N. Miami Ave. Miami, FL 33127

  • The Bar

    The Bar

    172 Giralda Ave. Coral Gables, FL 33134
    305-442-2730

    http://www.gablesthebar.com A large rectangular mahogany bar anchors the center of the room, thick wood blinds cover the windows, and red lightbulbs give off a honky-tonk orange glow at this pub with pool-hall cool -- but no pool tables. There are games, though, from backgammon to Battleship, as well as live rock and roll on Saturday nights, ladies nights Tuesdays and Fridays, and other such festivities. The Bar is undeniably a fun place, but it takes its brews seriously. Among the 22 types of bottled beers are Pilsner Urquell, Anchor Steam, and rarer finds such as OranjeBoom from Holland ("hints of vanilla and bitterness") and Corsendonk (an ale brewed by Monks in Belgium with "malty hints of port, raisins, and black chocolate" followed by "hints of fruit, smoke, and yeast"). Eleven brews on tap include Guinness, Fosters, and the more obscure wheat beer, Tucher Hefe-Weizen. Pints run from $3.50 to $4.50; pitchers $12.50 to $16; bottles $3.25-$6.50. The Bar's bar food isn't to be taken lightly either; the hand-formed, charbroiled half- or full-pound burgers are better than most, as is the grilled London broil on garlic bread with melted Provolone. Key lime pie and chocolate cake are available for dessert, but 11 single malt scotches and 21 cordials are more appealing postdinner options. Read more about this Miami bar or club >>

  • The Bar

    The Bar

    172 Giralda Ave. Coral Gables, FL 33134

    http://www.gablesthebar.com/main.html

  • Barú Urbano Doral

    11402 NW 41st St. Doral, FL 33178
    305-477-6022

    http://www.baruurbano.com

  • Barcode Restaurant & Lounge

    1437 Washington Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139-4109
    305-534-1711

  • Bardot

    Bardot

    3456 N. Miami Ave. Miami, FL 33127
    305-576-7750

    http://www.bardotmiami.com Sick of social media? Bardot has a parking-lot entrance, no sign, and a zero-photography policy. A long bar dominates one side of the single open space, while Moroccan-cool lounge furniture, a pool table, and a stage take up the other half. Topnotch local bands, musicians, and DJs play regularly, and late-night parties make this spot prime for after hours. Plus there's also a weekday happy hour. Expect a cover charge, expensive drinks, and the possibility of a South Beach-style door hassle on busy nights. Read more about this Miami bar or club >>

  • Bare Necessity Adult Entertainment

    Bare Necessity Adult Entertainment

    9100 S. Dixie Highway Pinecrest, FL 33156
    305-670-2373

    http://www.barenecessitymiami.com

  • Barezzito

    Barezzito

    2000 Collins Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-606-8275

    http://www.barezzitousa.com

  • Barfly

    20 NE 14th St. Miami, FL 33132

    http://www.barflymiami.com

  • B&S Gastropub

    9059 SW 73rd Court Miami, FL 33156
    305-678-8903

    http://www.barleyandswine.com

  • Barracuda Raw Bar and Grill

    Barracuda Raw Bar and Grill

    3035 Fuller St. Coconut Grove, FL 33133
    305-448-1144

    http://www.facebook.com/BarracudaGrove Barracuda is a place for college kids. Or for those who wish they were in college. Or for those who think that if they hang around enough college kids, they are allowed to act like them. The dive bar is decorated in a manner that makes it drunken-patron-proof. Nearly everything is made of wood. Beer signs, fishing gear, and sports memorabilia - specifically from the University of Miami - share wall space with random adornments such as a zebra head and foreign currency. There are even long tables perfect for beer pong tournaments situated in the back. Barracuda has been a Coconut Grove staple for more than a decade and appreciated by "college kids" of all ages. The neighborhood joint is widely known for its eight-hour happy hour, from noon to 8 p.m. Drinkers need not limit their happiness to 60 minutes here. Customers can order their choice of more than 50 beers at the massive bar. Domestic suds go for $2.50, imports cost $3.50, and pitchers are $8 to $12. For hungry drinkers, Barracuda offers a menu full of both fresh and fried munchies. The most popular item is called "the best snapper sandwich you've ever had period" ($10). The fish is grilled in a choice of seasoning, spread with tartar sauce, and sandwiched between two slices of garlic bread. Another favorite is Matt's grouper sandwich, which is prepared and presented the same way as the snapper. Although inebriated degree-seekers pack the spot nightly, Thursday is officially college night, and ladies' night is Friday. Read more about this Miami bar or club >>

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