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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.
Trade

Trade

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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  • Sing Sing Karaoke

    Sing Sing Karaoke

    717 Washington Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-763-8410

    http://www.singsingmiami.com For the shyer sort, karaoke isn't always a spectator sport. And if you're only comfortable doing your best Bon Jovi impression in front of a few close friends -- Sing Sing Karaoke's got you covered. This Washington Avenue spot has 17 private karaoke rooms (reservations required) equipped with couches, cocktail tables, two mikes, sound-activated lights, and a remote-controlled karaoke system. There, you can safely choose from more than 120,000 song options, in 13 languages, no less. And if you get your kicks from taking the stage, you can stay put in the public area and get your song on for all the world to see. Read more about Sing Sing Karaoke >>

  • Sixx Lounge

    653 Washington Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-531-9454

    http://www.sixxmiami.com

  • Sky Nightclub

    Sky Nightclub

    3101 N. Federal Highway Fort Lauderdale, FL 33306
    954-533-6990

    Inside the uniquely circular Citibank building, a marble stairway leads to Sky Nightclub, a discotheque filled with an eclectic crowd partaking in all sorts of dance-floor debauchery. A mural of clouds and blue skies adorns the ceiling; it's no Sistine Chapel, but it's quite fitting for the venue's name. Glitzy chandeliers dangle above the dance floor, bouncing neon lights and strobes onto the mirrored walls. Stairs lead down to a large dance floor that's surrounded by two bars and enormous Mount Olympus-like marble columns. The floor is filled with leather-clad sweaty bodies gyrating to new-wave hits and gothic beats. Off to the left is a VIP-like area filled with red velvet couches and tiny candlelit tables, often occupied by young lovers getting to know each other. Sky Nightclub's contemporary décor and unconventional-yet-hip crowd makes for an interesting addition to the surrounding Oakland Park area. Read more about Sky Nightclub >>

  • Skybar at the Shore Club

    Skybar at the Shore Club

    1901 Collins Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-695-3100

    http://www.shoreclub.com The upscale poolside parties here are a magnet for celebrities and beautiful people who love them. Bedsteads are strewn along the hotel's scenic terrace, inspiring a laid-back brand of chic. Read more about Skybar at the Shore Club >>

  • Skyline Lounge

    Skyline Lounge

    645 Washington Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-397-8046

    http://www.skylinemia.com This South Beach club boasts an airline theme. Turntables are set up in an old commercial airplane, and the entire club features refurbished parts as decoration and furniture. VIPs have their own section in first class, and package deals are available for your perusal on the club's website. Tell the club you'll be there via RSVP, and you get two free drink tickets and no cover for everyone in your party. Read more about Skyline Lounge >>

  • Skyline Miami Bar & Lounge

    645 Washington Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139

  • SL Miami

    SL Miami

    1545 Collins Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-604-5700

    http://www.emmgroupinc.com/nightlife/sl-miami/ If you've got cash to burn (we're talking to you, D-Wade) and a name people know, it's likely you've been to SL Miami. This uber-exclusive South Beach outpost is parked in a corner of the James Royal Palm, and it ain't easy to get through those velvet ropes. They have two other installments -- in the Hamptons and NYC, natch. A horseshoe shaped-layout, sunken dance floor and purple hued lighting make this spot all kinds of mod, with an art deco twist. Should you make it inside, take a seat and get started on bottle service. That's what being a VIP is all about, after all. Read more about SL Miami >>

  • Sloppy Joe

    Sloppy Joe's Bar

    201 Duval St. Key West, FL 33040
    305-294-5717

    http://www.sloppyjoes.com A legendary Hemingway hangout and longtime gathering place for Key West's variegated population, this old-school saloon slings ice-cold beer, whiskey shots, and its signature sandwich, the Sloppy Joe. Meanwhile, a constantly rotating roster of pseudo-hippie weirdos and bar bands make noise onstage. Read more about Sloppy Joe's Bar >>

  • Small Daddy's

    7325 SW 8th St. Miami, FL 33144-4539
    305-267-8345

  • The Snooze Theater

    The Snooze Theater

    798 Tenth St. West Palm Beach, FL 33403
    561-842-7949

    South Florida indie bandmates CJ Jankow and Jordan Pettingill from Cop City Chill Pillars and Love Handles have secured their own multiuse venue and bar to throw shows and clubnights in. Inside you'll find a wide open space that literally and figuratively caters to the young creative community. Between open mic nights, youtube playlist nights, and live shows by local and touring acts, The Snooze Theater is open to new ideas. Read more about The Snooze Theater >>

  • The Social Lubricant Lounge/TSL

    The Social Lubricant Lounge/TSL

    167 NW 23rd St. Miami, FL 33127
    786-409-2241

    http://www.tsllounge.com

  • Sofi Lounge

    423 Washington Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139-6617
    305-532-4444

  • Soho Arts Pavilion & Lounge (SAPAL)

    Soho Arts Pavilion & Lounge (SAPAL)

    2151 NW 1st Court Miami, FL 33127
    305-600-4785

    The 6,000 square feet of open space that make up this venue are part of the Wynwood Convention Center. SAPAL has a full bar but alsmot everything else morphs based on the events taking place there. Part of the lounge's mission is to support non-profit groups and art organizations in sponsoring events. Every second Saturday, during the Wynwood art walk, MTV takes over to throw a party with multimedia installations by local, emerging artists. Read more about Soho Arts Pavilion & Lounge (SAPAL) >>

  • Sole' On the Ocean

    17315 Collins Ave. North Miami Beach, FL 33160

  • Solid Gold

    Solid Gold

    3339 N. Federal Highway Wilton Manors, FL 33306
    954-630-2004

    http://www.solidgoldftl.com Solid Gold is an upscale gentlemen's show club with a full high-end steak-house restaurant called Palms Grille that serves steak, seafood and Italian entrées and even offers tableside flambé for select steak entrees and desserts. The club opens at noon every day and offers a two-for-one happy-hour special until 8 p.m. and a value-priced lunch menu with $3, $5, and $7 entrées. Solid Gold emphasizes a glamorous aesthetic with fully made-up dancers in gowns. Depending on the crowd, DJs spin everything from classic rock and Top 40 to dance hits and hip-hop. Annual parties can get pretty ornate with all sorts of performers, including trapeze artists. Ladies are welcome to party here along with the gents, and the Palms Grille, located in a separate space from the showroom, provides a nice retreat for the timid. Admission and parking are free before 7 p.m. Read more about Solid Gold >>

  • SoLita

    SoLita

    1032 E. Las Olas Blvd. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
    954-357-2606

    http://www.solitalasolas.com SoLita means "South of Little Italy," and the menu is full of traditional Italian favorites your grandmother might have made that were designed by chef Anthony Risoli, formerly of Café Martorano. The restaurant has taken over the former Mark's restaurant space and transformed it into three distinct parts: a romantic parlor lounge with cozy love seats and dim lighting, a wine bar filled with boisterous crowds weeknights, and, tucked behind white curtains, the dining room, where low-slung chandeliers, tufted sofas, and mirrors set a glitzy backdrop. At the top of the menu are meatballs with pomodoro sauce and fresh herbs, rigatoni with slow-braised pork and tomato sauce, and pan-seared snapper with faro and blood orange vinaigrette. Read more about SoLita >>

  • Sosta Lounge

    Sosta Lounge

    1865 Hollywood Blvd. Hollywood, FL 33020
    954-921-0088

    http://www.lapiazzapasta.com/index-1.html Set right in the hubbub that entertains Young Circle crowds in Hollywood, Sosta Lounge is a slick and modern bar mixing hookah smoke and chic couples sipping expensive bottles of wine outside, and lounge singers and trendy leopard couches inside. Lights glow through the gray granite bar top, and aqua-tiled pillars add colorful accents to the mostly neutral-toned room. Brick walls feature the funky water colors of the ever-whimsical Guy Buffett. Happy hour runs from 4 to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday, and dinner specials are available through La Piazza, a restaurant that's attached and under the same ownership. Read more about Sosta Lounge >>

  • South Beach Show Girls

    2004 Collins Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-604-1000

  • South Beach Tiki Bar

    South Beach Tiki Bar

    1505 Washington Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139

    http://www.southbeachtikibar.com

  • Space

    Space

    34 NE 11th St. Miami, FL 33132
    305-375-0001

    http://www.clubspace.com Back in 2013, Club Space founder Louis Puig sold his stake in the crown jewel of Miami's nightlife scene after 13 years of pushing the dance music mecca into the hearts and minds of booty-shaking people worldwide. How popular is Space? Popular enough that it has to open only once a week, on Saturday nights, to remain profitable. How many other nightclubs can get away with that? Now that new ownership has taken over Space, the best thing they've done so far is leave well enough alone. Except for some minor upgrades here and there, you'll encounter the same ol' familiar venue. This is still the place to go for people who don't want the party to ever end, dancing on the downtown terrace well past sunrise. Read more about Space >>

  • Spazio Nightclub

    Spazio Nightclub

    1421 S. Miami Ave. Miami, FL 33131
    305-577-9809

    http://www.spazionightclub.com This swanky lounge off South Miami Avenue recently reopened after a brief makeover. The hip décor features long L-shaped booths, large mirrors, and black walls painted with an intricate design. A fully stocked marble bar is staffed by bartenders and hostesses decked out in black lingerie, red leather gloves, and top hats, evoking a dark vibe reminiscent of The Rocky Horror Picture Show. The music consists of early-'80s classics and some contemporary pop courtesy of a DJ in an elevated booth. There is no cover charge or dress code. Read more about Spazio Nightclub >>

  • The Speakeasy Lounge

    The Speakeasy Lounge

    129 N. Federal Highway Lake Worth, FL 33460
    561-540-6328

    http://www.speakeasylakeworth.com In the midst of the Lake Worth downtown scene is the Speakeasy Lounge, a newer venue for live music, burlesque shows, or a drink with friends. Upon entering, you'll be greeted by a long narrow bar illuminated by dimly lit lanterns. The walls are adorned in Prohibition-era photographs and artwork from the local scene. A pool table sits in a corner, providing for some friendly drinking competition. Pass through the narrow front room and into a wider space that holds a small tiki bar and well-sized stage. Tables and chairs are scattered about, and stickers from local and touring acts decorate the walls in CBGB style. From hip-hop to rock ’n’ roll, the band bookings are quite eclectic. There is never a shortage of liquor or beer to go around. Open until 4 a.m. and voted Best New Bar in Palm Beach by New Times, this watering hole is definitely not one to skip out on. Read more about The Speakeasy Lounge >>

  • SPF4 Sun Deck at the Clevelander Hotel

    1020 Ocean Drive Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-531-3485

  • Spinnakers Lounge

    18145 NE 19th Ave. North Miami Beach, FL 33162-1605
    305-949-9105

  • Spire Bar and Lounge

    Spire Bar and Lounge

    811 Collins Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-674-9474

    http://www.thehotelofsouthbeach.com/spire.htm This upscale lounge has an elegant vibe reflected in the decor - crisp white furniture and contrasting red accents. Once the lights go down, candles add a cozy touch to the spot, which overlooks a South Beach scene that includes the ocean, the bright lights, and the people passing below. Have cocktails on the roof before you go clubbing. Or grab some pre-party snacks, priced between $11 and $27, they include skewered shrimp, grilled skirt steak spring roll, and imported cheese and antipasto plates. The bar also accommodates private parties with customized menu selections. But remember: Whether you're staying at the hotel or just walking in off the street, dress to impress, Miami style. Nothing less will do. Read more about Spire Bar and Lounge >>

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