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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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  • Y Ultra Lounge

    71 NW 14th St. Miami, FL 33136
    305-403-7850

    http://www.karu-y.com

  • Yage Bay Club

    3301 Rickenbacker Causeway Key Biscayne, FL 33149
    305-361-0788

  • Yard House

    Yard House

    320 San Lorenzo Ave. Coral Gables, FL 33146
    305-447-9273

    http://www.yardhouse.com Everything about this place is large. There are big-screen TV sets, mammoth booths, cartoonish paintings on gigantic canvases, a colossal beer selection (110 varieties on tap), and Cheesecake Factory-size portions. Among our favorites was the spicy tuna roll appetizer ($10.95, and more like a jumbo tuna roll cake), comprising quality seared ahi, avocado, edamame, and cucumber drizzled in wasabi soy sauce. It's worth the price. So is the fancy take on a traditional grilled cheese, which comes with oven-roasted Roma tomatoes and a blend of cheddar, Gorgonzola, Swiss, and fontina cheeses. Then there's the creative array of half-pound Angus beef burgers, including a pepper-crusted Gorgonzola variety and a Hawaiian version with pineapple. All are served on potato buns and cost less than $13. But there are high-priced dishes too: $22.95 for a decent halibut plate seems a little excessive. Don't let that stop you, though. Smiles from servers and bartenders are always ample. And once you pass Yard House's strict ID scan from bouncers outside, it's hard not to have an enjoyable experience at this welcome addition to the Village of Merrick Park. Read more about this Miami bar or club >>

  • Yard House

    Yard House

    601 Silks Run Hallandale Beach, FL 33009
    954-454-9950

    http://www.yardhouse.com Here's a rollicking spot for beer lovers. The chain restaurant from California, named for the yard-high glass originally created to serve stagecoach drivers, spurts more than 200 beers on tap - the main draw. A unique system of chilled taps that run in long lines to the keg room keeps beers fresh and tasty -- and with a sampler option, hopheads can try several at a sitting. The huge island bar with stools in the center of the room parallels the open kitchen, where American fusion dishes fly out the service windows. It's a busy, lively spo, with classic rock on the speakers day and night. A late-night in-the-biz crowd comes for an after-shift brew. Moviegoers and families can be found at early hours, noshing on burgers (don't miss the béarnaise sliders), sandwiches, personal pizzas, and a good salad selection. Even the kids' menu has healthful sides such as jasmine rice or a green salad. A special "gluten sensitive" menu also is available. It's value priced too - the reason you see so many regulars here. Read more about this Miami bar or club >>

  • Ye Olde Falcon Pub

    Ye Olde Falcon Pub

    2867 S. University Drive Davie, FL 33328
    954-424-0300

    http://www.yeoldefalconpub.com Sometimes, British-themed pubs exist primarily for drinking and listening to live music, not so much for the dining experience. Olde Falcon isn't one of those, even though their 50-odd strong draft beer list is the main draw. On one hand, the Falcon Pub is stereotypical: dark-wood-paneled interior, sports on the TVs. The music is cranked up loud, and the clientele are usually young folks watching a game and knocking back some good brew. But the kitchen is way above average, with a smattering of American favorites (pot roast, etc.) nestled between the standard bangers and mash and shepherd's pie. On your first visit, make sure to get the fish and chips - it's a standout. Some of the items you have to know about and ask for (like duck tenders with delicious orange sauce). Hit those puppies with a pint of Dead Guy Ale or Fuller's ESB (or a peach lambic if you're feeling extra-fruity) and feed your epicurean frenzy. Read more about this Miami bar or club >>

  • YOLO Restaurant and O Lounge

    YOLO Restaurant and O Lounge

    333 E. Las Olas Blvd. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
    954-523-1000

    http://www.yolorestaurant.com YOLO stands for You Only Live Once, which is probably the owners' way of saying, "Spend money and have another cocktail." Kidding aside, YOLO is run by a group of Broward County power peeps who know how to run a solid business -- the same guys who brought you Tarpon Bend, Himmarshee Bar & Grill, and Vibe nightclub. This trendy eatery mixes up the high-end and low-end eats with standards like prime rib and seared tuna salad balanced out by truffled potato chips and deluxe grilled cheese. One of the few places to see and be seen on Las Olas, YOLO has a distinct South Beach vibe -- trendy and sophisticated. There's even an outdoor fire pit. Brunch is served on weekends, and drinks include mimosas, a bloody mary bar, and fresh-fruit cocktails. Adjacent O Lounge is popular with local professionals needing an after-work refreshment. Read more about this Miami bar or club >>

  • Your Turn

    230 NW 183rd St. Miami, FL 33169-4462
    305-770-3650

  • Yuca

    Yuca

    501 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-532-9822

    http://www.yuca.com Yuca on Lincoln road offers Nuevo Latino cuisine with a focus on modernized Cuban dishes. There's ample outdoor seating, a lounge area, and a dining room that is open and welcoming with big windows. This is a perfect place to order a mojito and watch the crowds go by. The lunch menu offers a selection of Cuban tapas such as ropa vieja, ceviche, and croquetas, as well as larger entrées such as yuca rellena, guava barbecue baby-back ribs, and snapper topped with sofrito. The dinner menu is similar to the lunchtime offering and includes additional items such as sugar-cane guava shrimp, grilled salmon with yuca and onion, and yuca-crusted rack of lamb. Desserts are rich and decadent. They include a tres leches de turrón, Cuban rice pudding, and mango tiramisu. After dinner, check out the salsa club upstairs. Dance instructors and drinks specials ensure a fun evening. Read more about this Miami bar or club >>

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