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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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  • Studio

    Studio

    1801 Collins Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-695-1770

    http://www.louiestudiosouthbeach.com This spot was our 2003 "Best Karaoke" Bar. Studio let's their often belligerent guests let loose and have fun. There's no cover to enter but in order to belt it out you must buy a drink. Not much has changed since the days of '03, so here is word for word the reason they became our top pick: This is a weirdly cool place. The dim lighting, black paint peeling off the walls, and wobbly stage decorated by guitars, horns, and drum sets sit in stark contrast to the bright and busy milieu just outside on Collins Avenue. The portraits on the wall pay homage to recording stars of yesteryear, Elvis, Dean, and Frank among others, but the spotlight glares mostly for young hipsters prodded into belting out popular tunes as recent as 50 Cent's "In Da Club." The best time to visit is in the wee hours of the morning. You'll hear the strained crooning even before you enter; that's when hopped-up club hoppers usually drop in to see if they can be an American Idol, even if it's just in front of friends and barflies. Speaking of American Idols, last year's runner-up, Justin Guarini, is a regular there. He likes to show off and without Kelly or Simon around, he's always the best in the room. The true draw, though, are the drunken buffoons who muddle the spelled-out words to "Red, Red Wine." Don't be afraid to get up onstage. You might sound as good as you do in the shower. Ronnie, the Regis look-alike at the helm of the PA system, takes requests -- but don't be pushy, he can be a little impatient with rabble-rousers. Read more about this Miami bar or club >>

  • Studio 60

    2300 NW 36th St. Miami, FL 33144
    305-260-0025

    Satin shirts and gold chains abound in this Latin disco joint in West Miami. Of course the top three buttons of all those shirts are left undone; that's the way the hot papis and spicy mamis here like it. Read more about this Miami bar or club >>

  • Styx Sports Bar

    15346 W. Dixie Highway North Miami, FL 33162
    305-945-6484

  • Styx Sports Bar, Grill & Pool

    15346 W. Dixie Highway North Miami, FL 33162
    305-945-9053

    With a name like Styx Sports Bar, Grill & Pool, it's gotta be good. This North Miami hair metal namesake is where a Mystic Pizza-era Julia Roberts would have hustled her shooting skills, racking 'em up and laying it down. And if you follow in her footsteps, while wielding sticks with the best of 'em, you can chow down on ribs, wings, fries and other greasy goodies. Even if you get played, you should still have enough leftover to pay off your surprisingly cheap bar tab. Read more about this Miami bar or club >>

  • Suite 206

    164 NW 20th St. Miami, FL 33127

  • Sunny Beach Billiards

    Sunny Beach Billiards

    17070 Collins Ave. Sunny Isles Beach, FL 33160
    305-940-0770

    http://www.facebook.com/sunnybilliards A rare, edgy find in whitewashed Sunny Isles Beach, this second floor strip mall pool den is home to ball shooters of all kinds. Hustlers and amateurs alike gather to shoot on the $15-an-hour tables, drink pitchers of Bud and bet high stakes or low. If you're looking for low-key action, this Collins Ave find is a place to rack 'em up. Read more about this Miami bar or club >>

  • Sunset Grill at Seminole Casino Coconut Creek

    Sunset Grill at Seminole Casino Coconut Creek

    5550 Northwest 40th St. Coconut Creek, FL 33073
    954-977-6700

    http://www.seminolecoconutcreekcasino.com

  • Sunset Lounge at Mondrian South Beach

    Sunset Lounge at Mondrian South Beach

    1100 W. Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-514-1500

    http://www.mondrian-miami.com Located in the Mondrian South Beach, the Sunset Lounge offers breathtaking views of Biscayne Bay and a whimsical but chic setting. The decor recalls something out of Alice in Wonderland: a tented, adult-size sandbox; a labyrinthine garden; and red and white couches. Lounge in a cabana from day to night and you'll hear the music transition from worldly jazz to neosoul house. This unique ambiance, along with the Sunset Lounge's creative drink menu, won the venue New Times' 2009 Best Place to Get a Cocktail. Read more about this Miami bar or club >>

  • Sunset Pier

    0 Duval St. Key West, FL 33040
    305-296-7701

    http://www.oceankey.com

  • Sunset Tavern

    Sunset Tavern

    7232 SW 59th Ave. South Miami, FL 33143
    305-665-9996

    http://www.delilane.com/sunset.php Sunset Tavern is conveniently located just a few blocks from the Shops at Sunset Place, making the bar an easy stop for mall shoppers. The space includes pool tables, sports memorabilia on the walls, and plenty of large flat-screens to catch the game while you sit at the large, fully stocked bar. Sunset Tavern welcomes private parties and sometimes hosts events of its own. Part of Deli Lane Cafe & Tavern, the bar offers customers outside seating on a small patio. The dress code is come as you are. Whether you just got off work and want to meet co-workers for a drink or are lounging in jeans and a tee on a lazy Sunday afternoon, you'll fit in just fine. Read more about this Miami bar or club >>

  • Blu Sushi

    Blu Sushi

    501 S. Federal Highway Hallandale, FL 33009
    954-744-4398

  • Sushi Samba

    Sushi Samba

    600 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-673-5337

    http://www.sushisamba.com Consistency is not only the hobgoblin of little minds but also of Miami restaurants, many of which can't seem to turn out even the simplest of dishes with consistent quality. That is what makes the five-year-old Sushi Samba even more impressive. Not only is the food some of the sexiest and most exciting in South Florida, but also you can count on it being just as good at your next visit as it was on your last. Sushi and sashimi are never short of impeccably fresh and well prepared, while such familiar dishes as anticuchos, tiraditos, churrasco and, crisp-fried whole snapper are tasty because of first-rate ingredients and precise execution. But the more adventurous dishes take Sushi Samba to another level: from the daring simplicity of sawagani -- tiny flash-fried Japanese river crabs that you eat shell, legs, and all -- to the over-the-top opulence of tuna sushi rolls topped with foie gras and gold leaf and subtly scented with shiso leaf. Read more about this Miami bar or club >>

  • SushiSamba Dromo

    SushiSamba Dromo

    600 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, FL 33139-2916
    305-673-5337

    http://www.sushisamba.com SushiSamba Dromo is the less talked about older sister of Sugarcane Raw Bar Grill. It's a warm and stylish space with a dominant sushi bar occupying the center. The room is so imbued in an orange hue that if Mario Batali ever removed his trademark clogs here, he'd never find them. Michael Bloise (Wish, American Noodle Bar), executive chef these days, has perked things up, but the long-underrated cuisine hasn't been tinkered with much. Japan, Brazil, and Peru are still the spheres of gastronomic import (Chef Bloise is French/Vietnamese). The menu offers all sorts of possibilities, starting with "aperitivos" and small plates. Don’t miss crisp tempura green beans with black truffle-garlic aioli; a Xin-Xim of rock shrimp-stuffed chicken breast; or braised oxtail gyoza. Also on tab are ceviches, tiraditos, sushi, sashimi, creative rolls, and other raw bar offerings. Also steaks, proffered in churrasco form or Wagyu. For dessert, go with suspiro limeño, a dulce de leche flan layered with port cake and crowned with roasted meringue ice cream and almond crumble. Tuesday-night cosplay, a long-time Samba tradition, is when people dressed in outrageously wacky costumes act out some inner character while whirling awkwardly about the room. Actually, this occurs nightly here -- it being located in South Beach and all -- but Tuesdays it gets synched to music. SushiSamba is fun, but the cuisine makes it more than just another pretty face. Read more about this Miami bar or club >>

  • Sweet Saloon

    Sweet Saloon

    7100 Biscayne Blvd. Miami, FL 33138
    305-759-3999

    http://www.sweetsaloon.com

  • T-Mex Tacos

    T-Mex Tacos

    235 14th St. Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-538-3009

    http://www.t-mex.net Choose beef, chicken, or vegetarian, wrap it in a flour or corn tortilla, specify mild, medium, or hot sauce, and you've built your own taco (or burrito, enchilada, or quesadilla) to specifications. The chili is as hot as a mid-July day, and the chicken soup, about as comforting as South Beach gets, is stocked with breast meat, onions, peppers, and crushed jalapeños -- while not exactly designed for the sickbed, it'll certainly clear your sinuses. Lunch, dinner, and late night. Read more about this Miami bar or club >>

  • Tabu Taverna

    10855 S.W. 72nd Street Kendale Lakes, FL 33173
    305-275-5646

  • Take One Cocktail Lounge

    Take One Cocktail Lounge

    333 NE 79th St. Miami, FL 33138
    305-751-9313

    Located in Little Haiti, Take One Cocktail Lounge is ghetto-fabulous. It's a place where thugs chill, a small strip club with the stage directly behind the bar. The smell of ganja fills the air, and the staff makes you feel welcome. Most of the patrons are locals, and the strippers have some of the biggest booties you will ever see. One of these hot mamas has "100%" tattooed on her left buttock and "Beef" inked on the right. Go ahead and stick a dollar bill into her butt crack. She will shake that rump in your face. Oh, the joy of being smacked with some big ass and titties. Order a drink and consider getting the most inexpensive lap dance in Miami ($10). She will dry-hump you, bumping and grinding until you are satisfied. The DJ plays nothing but hip-hop; songs with lyrics like "Slob on my knob, like corn on the cob" create the perfect ambiance. Admission is free, but please leave your guns at home. Owing to a number of shootings on the premises, the bouncers will pat you down before you enter. Read more about this Miami bar or club >>

  • Tamara

    Tamara

    1677 Collins Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139-3136
    305-532-2311

    http://www.nationalhotel.com/restaurant_and_bars/tamara.cfm

  • Tangia

    841 Washington Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-673-6048

    http://www.tangiarestaurant.com

  • Tantra Restaurant & Lounge

    Tantra Restaurant & Lounge

    1445 Pennsylvania Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-672-4765

    http://www.tantrarestaurant.com This restolounge's sex-centered gimmickry (supposedly aphrodisiac food, a grass-covered floor, belly dancers, soft-core porn flicks) might be dated, but its perennially packed Monday and weekend club nights suggest there are still many people who want to party like it's 1997. Although some of the sensual stuff plays havoc with the concept of fine dining (DJ music that overwhelms table conversation; incense that overpowers food smells), a few of Miami's best local chefs have made their names here - most notably Michelle Bernstein and most recently Top Chef competitor Sandee Birdsong. Offerings include intriguing specials like goat cheese flan with fresh blackberries and lemon zest, along with predictably lavish classics: seared foie gras; a lobster/mango/avocado napoleon with truffle vinaigrette; and a lux take on surf and turf (filet mignon with Cuban coffee sauce, plus a lobster tail). Read more about this Miami bar or club >>

  • Tapas Xperience

    Tapas Xperience

    900 S. Miami Ave. Miami, FL 33130
    786-391-1450

    http://www.tapasxperience.com

  • Tapas & Tintos

    Tapas & Tintos

    448 Espanola Way Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-538-8272

    http://www.tapasytintos.com The original Tapas & Tintos still holds ground as one of the most popular spots catering to locals as well as the heavy tourist traffic on Española Way. This charming barcito serves giant pitchers of homemade sangria and offers an immense menu of small plates that capitalize on traditional Spanish flavors. A tasty trio of croquetas ($6.50) includes spinach, potato, and a wonderfully salty cod version. Meaty boquerones ($8.75) are plentiful on the plate -- no skinny white anchovies here. From squid to mussels to scallops, get your seafood double-stuffed with a creamy mix of more seafood that is baked until bubbly and golden ($10.50 to $11.95). Try the dedos del diablo langostinos ($13.75), a delicious signature dish of butterflied jumbo shrimp filled with Serrano ham and goat cheese, covered in breadcrumbs, and deep-fried to golden perfection. Meat lovers will rejoice in a classic parrillada de carnes ($23.95), a generously sized platter of charbroiled pork loin, skirt steak, chorizo, and chicken. A basic seafood paella ($36.95) can be revved up with the addition of lobster ($58.95). More adventuresome types might want to order the arroz negro, paella blackened with squid ink ($38.45). Take tango lessons Monday nights, or watch professional flamenco dancers Wednesdays and Saturdays. Read more about this Miami bar or club >>

  • Tapas & Tintos Midtown

    Tapas & Tintos Midtown

    3535 NE 2nd Ave. Miami, FL 33137
    305-392-0506

    http://www.tapasytintos.com Why is it that so many waiters insist on memorizing orders instead of writing them down? This often requires diners to repeat themselves until the waiter gets it right or, worse, delivery of the wrong food. Both occurred during a recent visit to Tapas & Tintos in Midtown Miami. You'd think a meal composed of numerous tapas would make a pen and pad especially essential. Then again, so much about this restaurant is off-kilter that the food mixup was all but forgotten by the time we got up from our chairs at meal's end. Like, for instance, the chairs themselves: The eatery's outdoor seats are hard wicker, the kind that need a cushion not only for even a modicum of comfort but also for raising you to the proper height for dining. The chairs are likewise wider than the gap between table legs, so you can't pull them in close enough. Also, on one lunchtime visit, we arrived around 12:30 but had to wait five or ten minutes until they finished setting things up. Opening time is listed as noon. Those sorts of oversights are surprising. This is T&T's second venture; the first, on Española Way in South Beach, has been around for more than a decade. The new locale occupies the former Kafa Café space on NE Second Avenue near NE 36th Street. It's just a short distance from formidable competing restaurants in midtown and the Design District, yet far enough away to be isolated from those scenes. Read more about this Miami bar or club >>

  • Taqueria Social Club

    Taqueria Social Club

    3252 NE 1st Ave. Miami, FL 33137
    786-369-0430

    During the day, this place is Mercadito's taco bar. At 11 p.m., it reopens as a tequila joint complete with a DJ. Bartenders use fresh ingredients to create specialty cocktails nightly. There is also a full selection of premium Mexican beers like Negro Modelo. The spot, open until 3 a.m., adds some necessary spice to Midtown. Read more about this Miami bar or club >>

  • Tarpon Bend Raw Bar & Grill

    Tarpon Bend Raw Bar & Grill

    65 Miracle Mile Coral Gables, FL 33134
    305-444-3210

    http://www.tarponbend.com The third of a small, growing chain of casual seafood eateries, Tarpon's 200-seat room offers a limited raw bar -- three varieties of oyster, stone crabs and inventive ceviches. Warm appetizers are appealing, none more so than middleneck clams (from Florida's west coast) pan-roasted in a spicy white wine and tomato broth, with grilled triangular toasts for sopping up the garlic-and-herb-pepped liquid. Catch of the day specials reel in a quartet of filleted fin fish that's likely to include snapper, grouper, mahi-mahi, and salmon, each grilled and served simply with lemon wedge. If you fish through the small pool of wines long enough, you're liable to hook up with a neat Napa or try an affordable Chilean Cab like Mars and Venus ($7/glass; $24/bottle.) A couple of steaks, pork loin, and herb-roasted chicken comprise the non-seafood courses, but you might want to forgo the red meat in favor of the steamed Maine lobster served with red skinned potato salad and seasonal vegetables. A comforting soup and chowder menu rotates each day of the week. Not all the fare here is as impressive, and service needs to be thrown a lifesaver, but Tarpon Bend succeeds at being a fun, informal place to knock down a cold brew or enjoy a decent seafood dinner at a moderate price. Read more about this Miami bar or club >>

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