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Do Not Sit on the Furniture

Do Not Sit on the Furniture

The philosophy of this beat-freak hangout is right there in the name: If you're sitting, you're not dancing, and dancing is the whole point. House heads have come to love the no-nonsense atmosphere in a space that's both charming and imaginative.


True EDM animals who've graduated from festival-ready anthems know that Trade brings the best in progressive, deep, and techie house music that real fans want to hear.
The Stage

The Stage

A venue with plenty of room to dance and a stage that's hosted Miami's finest, there's always bands rocking out here, and local performers have named it as one of their favorite places to play at.

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  • Sabbia at Brickell

    Sabbia at Brickell

    1053 SE 1st Ave. Miami, FL 33131
    305-381-4420 The old Sci Sci under new management, Sabbia at Brickell is mostly known as a happy hour spot and late-night lounge. The new owners seem to be okay with the reputation - offering a rotation of events such as singles minglers and Friday night DJ parties. The dimly lit, modern interior dining room with a wraparound bar and sparkling chandelier is perfectly outfitted for such a role. And the sidewalk seating area of couches and slouchy chairs is even more welcoming to an after-work crowd looking to de-stress. But there seems to be an effort as of late to attract fine-diners along with martini sippers. Offering specials such as a four-course dinner for $35 on certain days, the chic eatery tries to tempt patrons with Italian specialties such as strozzapreti alla norcina ($14), spirals of pasta mingled with house-made sausage and a truffle pink sauce, and filleto di manzo al pepe verde ($31), a ten-ounce filet of beef tenderloin served over a green peppercorn sauce that comes with thyme-infused mashed potatoes and sautéed seasonal organic vegetables. But even if you opt for a sit-down dinner, you'll never forget you're at a party spot. The music is loud, the drinks are blue, and the bar takes up half the space. Read more about Sabbia at Brickell >>

  • Sahri Lounge

    912 71st St. Miami Beach, FL 33141

  • Salsa Mia

    1677 Collins Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139

  • Sanctuary Rooftop Lounge

    1745 James Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139-7508

  • Sand Bar

    Sand Bar

    27950 SW 127th Ave. Homestead, FL 33032

    Catering mainly to a college crowd, this sports bar offers California-style Baja cuisine such as fish tacos and is open to day walkers and night owls. There are two bars on the front porch, which is elevated several feet above street level for prime people-watching. Inside, a long bar backed by flat-screens hugs a wall. The rest of the space is filled with seats and more screens. Throw down on pinball while enjoying the surf-shack-style décor. Read more about Sand Bar >>

  • Sandal Club

    Sandal Club

    1060 NE 79th St. Miami, FL 33138
    786-597-4927 Gavin and Dias, co-owners of this primarily gay club on the causeway, pride themselves on the diversity of their clientele. "We get people from everywhere: Russia, South Africa, Egypt. Thank God for the Internet," says Gavin, who is also the house DJ. That same box-of-chocolates style is applied to the music, which can have a European dance, hip-hop, Latin, or Caribbean groove. Even the drink specials change all the time. "It might be a shot, or buy-one-get-one. With the economy how it is, you have to give back a little," Dias explains. The décor is sleek and modern, but peppered with quirky touches like a simulated view of a New York skyline and Oriental red paper lanterns hanging above the bars. The venue's two rooms leave plenty of space for dancing. Cover is $10. Read more about Sandal Club >>

  • Sandbar Lounge

    Sandbar Lounge

    6752 Collins Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33141

    There's a relaxed, beachy feel, with a half foot of sand covering the floor. Tiki decorations, and a lifeguard stand round out the theme. The local-friendly neighborhood bar also offers pool tables. There are happy-hour specials weekdays from 4 to 8 p.m., and drink deals include $1 off anything and two-for-one shots. Every Sunday, there's a complimentary buffet. Homemade chili is served during NFL games aired on large flat-screens at the bar. Read more about Sandbar Lounge >>

  • Sandbar Sports Grill

    Sandbar Sports Grill

    3064 Grand Ave. Coconut Grove, FL 33133
    305-444-5270 It's ground zero for UM students, so not coincidentally the house drink is a ferocious cocktail called the Hurricane. Lifesavers hang throughout the bar in case anyone drowns in their giant beer mugs. The frat-house atmosphere, and those Hurricanes, inspire more than a few wannabe Greeks to get crazy. Read more about Sandbar Sports Grill >>

  • Santo


    501 S. Federal Highway Hallandale, FL 33009
    305-532-2882 It's only fitting that a nightclub named Santo - Spanish for saint - shares its address with a multimillion-dollar casino. shares its address with a multimillion-dollar casino. Originally on South Beach's Lincoln Road, Santo relocated to Hallandale Beach's Gulfstream Park in the summer of 2010. Though the area's nightlife was seemingly nonexistent, this 4,000-square-foot, urban-chic lounge attracts an upscale South Florida crowd from Boca to Brickell. Located on the second floor of the casino complex, Santo offers full bar and bottle service. As is the case with most ultralounges, Santo isn't cheap - $20 cover after midnight - but the people are beautiful and the staff is gracious, thus justifying the price of admission. The lounge gets busy after midnight, and it's not uncommon to see young lovers flirting and scantily clad women dancing atop the bar. Read more about Santo >>

  • SAS Martini Lounge

    SAS Martini Lounge

    1814 Harrison St. Hollywood, FL 33020
    954-589-1928 Formerly known as the Sauer Apple Saloon, the SAS Martini Lounge is everything but a bar that can be found in an old Western movie. The bar's recent face-lift is that of a upscale club meets trendy beach hangout, minus the hassle of VIPs and velvet ropes. The dimly lit lounge is illuminated by paper lanterns dangling above the dance floor, with wooden mirrors lining the walls and mod couches for a cozier option opposite the metal high-top chairs. The dance floor is packed in the late-night hours, but during the day, the SAS Martini Lounge is a more relaxed environment. In staying true to its martini-lounge theme, the specialty drink menu is extensive, with flavorful and fruity cocktails. In addition to the full liquor and beer selections, SAS has a tapas-style menu with small-plate salads, traditional Greek platters, and baked Brie. Read more about SAS Martini Lounge >>

  • Sax On the Beach

    1756 N. Bayshore Drive Miami, FL 33132-1132

  • Scandals Saloon

    Scandals Saloon

    3073 NE Sixth Ave. Oakland Park, FL 33334
    954-567-2432 Yeeee-haw! Get out those spurs, 10 gallon hat, and maybe even a pair of ass-less chaps. Also don't forgot to brush up on those line dancing skills, cause Scandals Saloon is the place for the country loving boys. This enormous venue looks like it's right out of a western movie, including an outdoor area that has bales of hay stacked to the sky. Don't worry if those line dancing skills are a little rusty, classes are given throughout the week. So get ready to grab your partner and swing him round and round, because Scandals Saloon isn't your typical nightclub techno bumping place. Read more about Scandals Saloon >>

  • Scarlett

    Scarlett's Cabaret

    2920 SW 30th Ave. Hallandale Beach, FL 33009
    954-455-8318 A favorite among everyone from frat boys to business types, Scarlett'€™s caters to the horny masses from all over South Florida. Coming in at an expansive 12,000 square feet, the strip club houses four stages, three bars, five themed VIP rooms, and 20 private dance rooms. Whether you'€™re on a tight budget or have plenty of cash to throw around, there'€™s a little something for everyone. Open until 6 a.m. weekdays and 8 a.m. weekends, Scarlett's is the go-to spot for late-night debauchery. Read more about Scarlett's Cabaret >>

  • Scoreboard Sports Bar & Grill

    7910 NW 25th St. Miami, FL 33122

  • The Scrap Bar

    216 71st St. Miami Beach, FL 33141

  • Scully

    Scully's Tavern

    9809 Sunset Drive Kendale Lakes, FL 33173
    305-271-7404 Ah, bar food. Wait -- this isn't your regular bar food. Does your neighborhood watering hole serve the best stuffed mushrooms ($7.95) you've ever tried? And when you walk into Scully's, it feels familiar. It has that Cheers look -- all wood, dark green, and brass. But when you bite into one of the cheeseburgers ($7.95), whether it's the American, Swiss, or Swiss and mushroom variety, you'll know it's is no ordinary bar. But any joint can serve a fantastic burger, you say. How about a delectable New York strip steak ($18.95) with soup or salad, potato, and vegetable? Wednesdays, the prime rib ($15.95), served with soup, salad, and two sides, attracts customers from across town. Of course, there are also chicken tenders ($6.50) and probably the most amazing nachos ($8.50) you've yet to taste. While you wait for your food, you can throw down on one of the two pool tables in the back. But make sure to leave enough room for dessert ($4.25 to $4.50), whether it's chocolate cake or an enormous slice of Scully's bread pudding. Read more about Scully's Tavern >>

  • Secada's at the Magic City Casino

    450 NW 37th Ave. Miami, FL 33125

  • Seminole Casino Coconut Creek

    Seminole Casino Coconut Creek

    5550 NW 40th St. Coconut Creek, FL 33073
    954-977-6700 The Coconut Creek Casino isn't just about gambling. The venue's Nectar Lounge provides a high-energy environment for live musical performances, savory cocktails, and sushi. A long marble bar winds through the front with a platform stage behind. Colorful light boxes illuminate the back wall of the stage, many filled with various top-shelf liquors. Red geometric shapes dangle above the scattered tables in the low-lit bar, and a brown leather booth divides the room. A circular portion of the side bar has electronic gambling machines in case someone wants to try her luck. With happy-hour specials, a variety of musical acts, and a 6 a.m. closing time, the Nectar Lounge is rarely quiet. Read more about Seminole Casino Coconut Creek >>

  • Seminole Paradise

    Seminole Paradise

    5804 Seminole Way Hollywood, FL 33314

  • Set Nightclub

    Set Nightclub

    320 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-531-2800 Nightclubs in Miami can easily go South. But South Beach's SET has managed to maintain its late-night reputation -- in part thanks to a recent renovation. From an LED backdrop to geometric décor, sultry illustrations and EDM sounds -- the vibe is punk-esque sexy and all about the VIPs. Bottle service is the way to go here, so show up looking hot and ready to get your table on. Read more about Set Nightclub >>

  • Seven Seas

    Seven Seas

    2200 SW 57th Ave. Miami, FL 33155
    305-266-6071 Sports and the sea collide at this sunken ship of a locals bar. Pirate paraphernalia and random sports equipment litter the walls and ceilings giving off a friendly hole in the wall atmosphere. Stare at the naked mermaid busts, jam to a live band, or try your luck at pool. Read more about Seven Seas >>

  • Shack

    21855 S. Dixie Highway Miami, FL 33170-2867

  • Sharkeys Beer & Wine

    Sharkeys Beer & Wine

    401 Biscayne Blvd. Miami, FL 33131

    More than most bars and clubs located within the touristy confines of Bayside Markeplace, Sharkey's seeks to serve a local clientele. It's a sports bar dive that draws barflies of every kind for happy hour and Dolphins games. Plus, the boozer tourists recognize this place as home - a true tavern. Read more about Sharkeys Beer & Wine >>

  • Sharp Shooters Billiards

    Sharp Shooters Billiards

    7200 SW 117th Ave. Kendale Lakes, FL 33183
    305-596-0588 If you wanna run with the sharp shooting big dogs - Sharp Shooter's Billiards is the place to get off that proverbial porch. A locals-only Kendall stand-by, you'll find plenty of tables, copious quantities of beer - and lots of cigarette smoke. But the fumes are worth enduring to cue up at the closest thing to a legit pool hall that Miami has to offer. Stick around long enough, and you'll learn a thing or two from the locals. So eat some wings, drink some Bud Light and play a little pool, like a good American. Read more about Sharp Shooters Billiards >>

  • Shenanigans Sports Pub

    Shenanigans Sports Pub

    3303 Sheridan St. Hollywood, FL 33021
    954-981-9702 A few miles west of I-95 on Sheridan is the family-owned Shenanigans Sports Pub. Hanging in the front window is a giant Irish flag, but the interior's décor reflects that of a quintessential locals-only sports hangout. From the referee-uniform-clad bartenders to an anything-goes (and smoke-free!) atmosphere, Shenanigans is the place for sports junkies. Multiple TVs hang in various locations, the wood-paneled walls are decked out with neighborhood sports team memorabilia, and kitschy NASCAR lamps dangle over dimly lit pool tables. The jeans and T-shirt beer guzzlers can be heard either yelling at the television or singing along karaoke-style to the '90s cover band playing under the disco ball. In addition to a wide selection of beers, Shenanigans has a surprisingly large signature-cocktail menu, including the particularly refreshing palmetto cocktail, a mix of pink lemonade and sweet tea vodka. Read more about Shenanigans Sports Pub >>

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