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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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    29 NE 11th St. Miami, FL 33132

  • Ebar


    215 Southwest Second St. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301

    The exposed iron ceiling beams and brick wall of the sleek bar give the feel of an urban club in Hell's Kitchen, minus the Manhattan attitude. The industrial surroundings fit nicely with its subdued lighting and cozy proximity to the DJ booth, dance space, and bar. Dance-music fans grind and move to the DJ-spun pulsating beats that exhibit an underground flair. Read more about this Miami bar or club >>

  • Eddie

    Eddie's Place

    12606 SW 8th St. West Dade, FL 33184

    Now in its 41st year, Eddie's Place was named after owner Wanda's late husband, who co-owned the bar. A semi-modern-day Cheers whose patrons seem really attached to the place, the no-frills pub has played host over the years to four weddings and at least one funeral. "Everybody knows everybody else's business, and what they don't know, they make up," Wanda says of the regulars. Three dollars will buy you a vodka cocktail, $2.25 a draft beer. If you want to take a break from all the catching up, you can play a video game or silently munch on some of the potato chips Wanda picks up from Publix. Eddie's Place is open daily from noon to 5 a.m. Read more about this Miami bar or club >>

  • El Bajareque Bar

    278 NW 36th St. Miami, FL 33127

    El Bajareque is a diamond in the rough. This family-run restaurant offers huge portions of freshly made Puerto Rican cuisine - including appetizers, soups, and desserts as authentic as they come - at seriously low prices. Try the authentic Borinquen appetizers, such as alcapurrias ($1.50), which consist of ground beef stuffed in dough made from plantains and starchy tubers and then deep-fried. Or check out the pasteles ($2): pork chunks wrapped in plantain dough. And you cannot visit without trying the empanadas ($1), available with choice of beef, pork, shrimp, or chicken. The shrimp empanadas are so good you might want to order a dozen to go. Entrées include bistec encebollado - a zesty steak smothered in cooked onions - and the extremely popular pollo a la plancha, an enormous flattened chicken breast that oozes a lime-rich marinade with every bite. Both dishes cost a measly $6.50 each, as do most of the other dinner entrées and daily specials. The stuffed and savory sandwiches (pork, steak, chicken, midnight, and Cuban) run between $3 and $4. But the best part of eating at El Bajareque is the service. From the kitchen to the table, the Palenzuela-Fernandez family treats you as one of its own. Don't be surprised if you end up on a first-name basis with the entire clan before it's time to order the delectable arroz con leche ($1.50), a perfect incarnation of rice pudding. Read more about this Miami bar or club >>

  • El Clique

    El Clique

    1252 Coral Way Coral Gables, FL 33145
    305-859-4853 The humidor room is nearly as large as the lounge, which gives you a sense of what El Clique's priorities are. Comfortable armchairs allow patrons to enjoy a leisurely smoke from a large selection of premium cigars (buy five, and the sixth one is free). The tidy bar is small and the drinks limited to cocktails and wine with no draft beers, while two medium-sized screens air sporting events. Drinks are two for one during Heat and Dolphin games, and live Latin music is featured on select nights. El Clique offers tapas, appetizers and sandwiches. Tucked between stores, the bar opens and 11 a.m. and stays open as long as there are customers to serve. Read more about this Miami bar or club >>

  • El Palenque Nightclub

    El Palenque Nightclub

    1115 NW 22nd Ave. Miami, FL 33125
    305-644-7376 This club is located in an area where you may not expect to find a large-scale night club. Inside, though, El Palenque has all the makings of a serious party joint. Every few months, the club stages an all-out fiesta, headlined by well-known Mexican bands. Thanks to radio advertising, these parties draw patrons all the way from West Palm Beach and Homestead. On a more typical weekend, DJ Turko holds down the turntables, playing bachata, salsa, and merengue on Fridays, open format on Saturdays, and primarily Mexican music on Sundays. Every night, you can expect a sexy dance contest, where the audience votes on the lady with the best moves. The winner takes home $150. Eighteen dollars buys you a bucket of five beers, and $11 will supply you with a plate of chicken wings, fried cheese, tostones and coleslaw. Cover ranges from free to $25. Read more about this Miami bar or club >>

  • El Rincon De Quisqueya

    9513 NW 27th Ave. Miami, FL 33147

    Next time you're up North Miami way and jonesing for some cheap, authentic eats - sidle up to this Dominican cafeteria of sorts. Stuff your empty tummy with white and red beans, pork ribs, stewed beef, spaghetti and rotisserie chicken. The offerings change daily, but you always count on a satisfying homemade meal. A small portion runs $4, a regular $6 and a large $8. Can't beat that with a chicken bone. Read more about this Miami bar or club >>

  • Elbo Room

    Elbo Room

    241 S. Fort Lauderdale Beach Blvd. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316
    954-463-4615 The longest-lasting relic of Fort Liquordale's awesome permanent spring-break, the Elbo Room has seen Category 4 hurricanes, wet T-shirts, and drinking contests come and go. The place is located directly across the street from the beach and carries its own salty swagger. Both young and old continue to congregate here and let the good times roll. Read more about this Miami bar or club >>

  • Electric Pickle

    Electric Pickle

    2826 N. Miami Ave. Miami, FL 33127
    305-456-5613 If you want the city of Miami's version of South Beach in the '90s, you'll find it here. This is the cutting edge of electronic music parties in a small room. The Pickle has regular bookings of internationally renowned DJs. Read more about this Miami bar or club >>

  • Elwoods Gastro Pub

    Elwoods Gastro Pub

    188 NE 3rd Ave. Miami, FL 33132
    305-358-5222 This roadside gem boasts a simple menu, casual atmosphere, and fair share of beer and wine. Family owned and operated, Elwoods has plenty of personality, delicious fish and chips ($9), and succulent burgers ($6 with fries), although $4 for an ice cream sandwich is a bit much. Less-is-more mentality is definitely at play at Elwoods, though it's not a bad thing. Simple design and layout make you feel right at home, allowing the food and drink to take center stage. Servers are pleasant and helpful. And if you arrive to watch a sporting event, you can take advantage of a big screen and great specials. Or swing by for happy hour Monday through Friday from 3 to 7 p.m. Read more about this Miami bar or club >>

  • Eno

    Eno's Wine and Tapas Bar

    920 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-695-1119 Eno's brings a new way of sampling wine to Lincoln Road. Sleek wine vending machines line the walls, and there is ample bar seating under large chandeliers. The menu focuses on a sizable selection of antipasti. There's the Español mixed platter ($20), which includes serrano ham, chorizo, Manchego, and olives. Or try the Français mixed platter ($23), with salami, camembert, foie gras, and goat cheese. In addition, guests can assemble their own platters by selecting individual cured meats and cheeses. Enos also offers European-style salads and sandwiches such as Caprese ($10) and prosciutto with black olive tapenade ($9). Then there's the Norwegian smoked salmon with cream cheese, onion, and caperberries ($9). Ample outdoor seating allows for lingering, and you can replenish your wine glass via the automatic dispensers inside. Read more about this Miami bar or club >>

  • Eros Lounge

    Eros Lounge

    8201 Biscayne Blvd. Miami, FL 33138
    305-754-3444 For gay Miamians looking for more than sweaty dancers seeking cash or tourists trolling for quick hook-ups, Eros is a welcome change. This local, rainbow-flag flying spot on Biscayne hosts everything from bingo nights and karaoke to drag shows and reality-TV viewing parties. It's a place to flirt, chill and soak up some common culture - unlike most of the city's LGBT spots. Read more about this Miami bar or club >>

  • Espanola Way

    One block south of 15th St., between Meridian and Washington Miami Beach, FL 33139

  • Euclid Oval

    Lincoln Road and Euclid Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139

  • EURO Nightclub

    120 Sw 3rd Avenue Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301

  • Eve


    1306 N. Miami Ave. Miami, FL 33136
    305-995-5050 Eve is a nightclub, concert venue, and event space in Downtown Miami's club row. Between signature weekly parties, hip hop shows, and indie concerts, the place stays busy. The front door leads into an outdoor area with a bar and line of cabanas. There's also the "Red Room" with a bar and DJ booth, and the main room with a long bar, DJ booth, and stage. This late night spot is known for afterhours debauchery. Read more about this Miami bar or club >>

  • Exit 66

    Exit 66

    219 S. Fort Lauderdale Blvd. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316
    954-357-9981 Situated in the heart of Fort Lauderdale Beach, Exit 66 consists of 40,000 square feet of Americana appeal, vintage décor, and a party space split into five rooms: Woody's Bar and Pleasure Liner Lounge, Cool Pool, Madame B. Atch's Bunny Ranch, Chiki-Tiki, and the main room. It's one of the nicer bars on A1A. Read more about this Miami bar or club >>