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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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  • Trio on The Bay

    Trio on The Bay

    1601 79th St. Causeway Miami Beach, FL 33141
    305-866-1234

    http://www.triosonthebay.com

  • Tropic Cay Sports Bar

    Tropic Cay Sports Bar

    529 N. Fort Lauderdale Beach Blvd. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33304-4125
    954-564-5900

  • Tryst

    Tryst

    4 E. Atlantic Ave. Delray Beach, FL 33444
    561-921-0201

    http://www.trystdelray.com Executive chef Julian Greaves, formerly of Sol Kitchen, has put together a menu of small plates, bar food, comfort food, and bistro classics that pairs exquisitely with the excellent list of 50-plus, personality-forward craft beers. With input from a quartet of restaurant-savvy owners (Rodney Mayo and Scott Freilich, who own Dada, the Dubliner, and Howley's Diner; Butch Johnson from 32 East next door; and Dave Robinson of Delux nightclub), he's created dishes as aromatic, intense, and highly seasoned as these beautiful beers, matching them stride for stride with nightly specials (seared black cod, pork tenderloin), small plates (fish tacos, Indian spiced lamb chops, fish and chips), and chef's favorites (foie gras with bread pudding, pad Thai). Go early or midweek if you want time and space to eat and explore the beer list at leisure: Weekends are a madhouse. Read more about this Miami bar or club >>

  • TuCandela Bar

    1200 Brickell Bay Drive Miami, FL 33131
    305-300-1681

    http://www.tucandela.net

  • Twist

    Twist

    1057 Washington Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-538-9478

    http://www.twistsobe.com A mainstay on Washington Avenue for over 15 years, Twist is the mother hen of South Beach gay clubs. Inside the spacious club you'll find seven different bars; a tiki bar, something called a "Frolic Lounge," a salsa room in the bottom floor, and a house music dance floor at the top. Still one of the few places where you can find go-go dancers at midnight on the beach, Twist is open seven days a week from 1 p.m. to 5 a.m. It's conveniently located near the popular 12th street gay beach, and the 11th street diner where Will Smith's "Miami" was shot. No cover, and open to 21+ only. Read more about this Miami bar or club >>

  • The Vagabond

    The Vagabond

    30 NE 14th St. Miami, FL 33132
    305-379-0508

    http://www.thevagabondmiami.com The outskirts of Miami's Overtown hood are becoming a gentrified version of the Sunset Strip in LA. This club's DJ plays Bad Brains, as skate videos are projected onto a large outdoor movie screen. Any questions? Famous UK DJ John Digweed is one of the owners, we voted it the Best New Bar in 2008, and the Bad Girls Club Miami filmed a chick fight here last year. Read more about this Miami bar or club >>

  • Vapor Shark Store & Lounge

    Vapor Shark Store & Lounge

    6550 Bird Road Miami, FL 33155
    786-264-5704

  • The Vault

    145 N. Miami Ave. Miami, FL 33128
    786-375-5156

    http://www.thevaultmiami.com Soho-style trendy Miami gay bar with spice. That should make sense. If it doesn't, oh well. There is an actual vault in this venue, thus the name. If you are gay, straight, or whatever, check it out. Read more about this Miami bar or club >>

  • Vedado Social Club

    5580 NE 4th Ct. Miami, FL 33137
    305-244-0415

    https://www.facebook.com/VedadoSocialClub

  • Vedado Social Club

    5580 NE 4th Ct. Miami, FL 33137
    305-244-0415

    https://www.facebook.com/VedadoSocialClub

  • Vilar Cigar Shop

    Vilar Cigar Shop

    5910 S. Dixie Highway Miami, FL 33143
    786-368-3509

    http://www.t.co/WUn5qfAv Cigars are sexy. And if you wanna harness the mojo that comes with a top notch Cuban stogie, Vilar Cigar Shop is your spot. From Padron 85 to Opus 6, they've got the sex appeal-inducing tobacco you seek. This cozy South Miami outpost is floor to ceiling stogies, so you'll never lack for options. Scoop up a $17 cigar, and head upstairs to schmooze with successful Spanglish speaking dudes of all incarnations. It's a social scene of which the most interesting man in the world would surely approve. Read more about this Miami bar or club >>

  • Villa 221

    Villa 221

    221 NE 17th St. Miami, FL 33132
    305-416-5280

    http://villa221.com/Home.html Villa 221 is a multifaceted event space, and weekend party hangout. Between hosting weddings, after parties, and bar friendly food truck events, there are beer pong competitions, and one-off club nights. The decor is impeccable, chic, and luxury based. The location is very central in the city of Miami, and adjacent to the 14th street club corridor, and the downtown entertainment district. Read more about this Miami bar or club >>

  • The Village Tavern

    The Village Tavern

    8102 SW 81st Drive South Miami, FL 33143
    305-273-6123

    http://www.villagetavern.net With its comfy dark wood and brown brick décor, this neighborhood dwelling gives off a serious Cheers-esque vibe owing to lively weekly events such as poker nights on Wednesdays and karaoke on Thursdays. Swing by every other Monday to catch live-feed football courtesy of 790 The Ticket, or check out Saturday night's live acoustic set, where mellow Miami-based bands cover radio-friendly tunes that range from Dave Matthews to Steely Dan. Along with the variety of entertainment, the bar offers traditional American bar food such as wings, mozzarella sticks, nachos, and hamburgers, all of which nicely accompany a frosty pint of suds. Also on the menu, and staying true to the tavern's multicultural locale, are ceviche, fritas, churrasco, and mini pan con lechon sandwiches. But if you have a sophisticated palate and your service standards are high, you might want to look elsewhere. Waitresses, although friendly and attractive, usually suggest chicken fingers when asked for recommendations and tend to have difficulty discerning the difference between Pinot Grigio and Pinot Noir. Read more about this Miami bar or club >>

  • Vino & Olio Restaurant

    Vino & Olio Restaurant

    139 NE 39th St. Miami, FL 33137
    305-573-0707

    http://www.vinoeolio.com Andrea Menichetti has a solid culinary background, but at his new 220-seat Tuscan restaurant in the Design District, he is sabotaged by inconsistent preparation. Take the butternut squash soup with wild mushrooms and house-made ricotta cheese. It would have been a lot better had the texture not been that of a thick purée - and if it was served piping hot rather than lukewarm. Or take an intriguing combo of eggplant parmesan and sweetbreads, slices of each layered with tomato sauce and parmesan cheese and topped with melted burrata cheese. It turned out to be a poorly prepared pileup of old, dry flavors. Succulent wedges of roast pork, however, rolled with fennel and slowly cooked for 12 hours, were so moist and packed with authentic, delectable country Italian flavor that one wonders why more of the food isn't this good. Kudos to Menichetti for presenting distinctive regional Tuscan fare - even desserts are uniquely Italian - but at a cost of $16 to $19 for appetizers; $18 to $22 for pastas; $28 to $34 for entrées; and $8 to $12 for desserts, Vino & Olio is not even close to where it should be. Read more about this Miami bar or club >>

  • Vintage Liquors and Wine Bar

    Vintage Liquors and Wine Bar

    3301 NE 1st Ave. Miami, FL 33137
    305-514-0307

    http://www.vintageliquor.com This little spot is part wine bar and part liquor store. Guests can take a seat at the chic mini-bar or relax outside on the patio. The lounge features a large silver couch, glass tabletops, and fresh orchids. Vintage also boasts more than 800 selections of wine and a local sommelier on hand to guide guests through the dizzying options. In the winetasting room, there's a unique dispenser activated by a card that can be filled in increments of $20 to buy wine by the glass. The venue plans to host a variety of tasting and pairing events and is developing a newsletter. The original Vintage Liquor and Wine Bar is located in Pinecrest. Read more about this Miami bar or club >>

  • Voyage

    66 SW Sixth St. Miami, FL 33130
    786-351-5220

    http://www.fabiangentertainment.com It's pronounced voy-yaj -- and if that wasn't intrusive enough, it takes over everyone's favorite place, Bricks. Yeah, right. But seriously though, Voyage is brought to you by Eric Major and Omar Rosario. If those names mean nothing to you, know this: they were involved with the creation of such gems as Park West, Pawn Shop, Level, Warehouse, Crobar, and Dolce. Look out the "VIP card" system, which is meant to get the local crowd coming back -- and should mean excellent service for you. Read more about this Miami bar or club >>

  • Wajiros

    18474 NW 67th Ave. Hialeah, FL 33015
    305-826-4988

  • Waldorf Restaurant & Bar

    Waldorf Restaurant & Bar

    860 Ocean Drive Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-531-7684

    http://www.room-matehotels.com/eng/roommatehotel/home_general.php

  • Wall Lounge

    Wall Lounge

    2201 Collins Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-938-3131

    http://www.wallmiami.com The entrance to Wall Lounge is located right outside the garden at the W Hotel on South Beach. Design elements include light shows on the walls, frosted glass doors in the bathrooms, and high ceilings. There's not much of a dance floor, but it's called a lounge for a reason. It is so small it does not merit a VIP: It is the VIP. This factor made it the New Times winner of the 2010 "Best Place to See Celebrities." Jessica Alba, Gabrielle Union, the All American Rejects, Erykah Badu, Swizz Beatz, Jamie Foxx, Jason Binn, and Selita Ebanks are just a few of the celebrities who have walked through WALL's infamous doors. Other guest sightings have been rumored, but unless the press snaps a picture, they're almost impossible to confirm. Read more about this Miami bar or club >>

  • Warehaus

    565 NW 27th St. Miami, FL 33127

  • Warehouse

    4060 NW 132nd St. Opa Locka, FL 33054
    305-687-6379

  • The Water Club

    The Water Club

    3969 NE 163rd St. North Miami Beach, FL 33160-4125
    305-944-8411

    http://www.thewaterclubmiami.com The Water Club occupies a 27,500-square-foot renovated space in North Miami Beach formerly home to Shooters. It offers lovely views of the Intracoastal and dock space for 50 boats. The menu - created by former Top Chef contestant Andrea Curto-Randazzo and husband Frank Randazzo, who co-owned Talula - relies on applying twists to American classics, from raw-bar items and burgers to five cuts of steak. There's a wine lounge, an indoor dining room, a lounge, and an indoor bar with several flat-screen TV sets. The best seats in the house, however, are on the outdoor deck, which features a second bar and a swimming pool complete with cabanas. Appetizers run from $9 to $14 and include a starter of steamed top neck clams and Prince Edward Island mussels nicely flavored by a broth of beer and citrus. There are also sandwiches, including a house-smoked pastrami with chicken liver pté and Gruyère, and the "hang-over" burger, which is topped with a fried egg. Entrées ($14 to $22) consist of three fish, two chicken, one pork, and two pasta dishes, as well as the meat. The eatery offers many options, but it works best as a place to sit outside with a burger and a cold brew while watching boats sail into the sunset. Read more about this Miami bar or club >>

  • Waxy O

    Waxy O'Connor's Irish Pub and Eatery

    690 SW 1st Court Miami, FL 33130
    786-871-7660

    http://www.waxysmiami.com Boy, if those folks who have been hanging out at Fort Lauderdale's Waxy O'Connors for years got a glimpse of Miami's mint riverfront version, they would definitely make the schlep on a regular basis. (Most of them would probably do so by boat, too, which would be totally cool because this riverfront spot has free boat slips. Alas, Lauderdale's does not.) The sexier, sassier young sister not only boasts a gorgeous view of the Miami River, but also somehow pulls off authenticity despite its pristine sheen. Cutout dark-wood trim and stained-glass partitions, substantially spongy booths, a pool table with a red-felt surface, gobs of flat-screens, and glass-enclosed cases displaying artifacts assist the effort, while the sticky tabletops remind you that even new places can display signs of frequent lovin'. Chances are, most folks here probably come after work to down a few pints of Guinness, some Irish whiskey, or single-malt Scotch outside at the tables with barrel-shaped pedestals and to listen to live music three nights a week. (And no, not all performances are U2 tributes.) Sop up the sounds with a few forkfuls of shepherd's pie ($11.95), corned beef and cabbage ($12.95), or bangers and mash ($12.95) if you're full-on hungry. Or try a rustic flatbread (the $11.95 Irish bacon and three mushroom is killer) or a bowl of potato-leek soup for a pittance ($4.50). Die-hard Miamians can also go the less adventurous route, with items such as ceviche, mahi-mahi tropical salad, skirt steak, and key lime gelato. The only downfall to this hot spot is that it is relatively tough to find, because the only visible sign from the street is a glowing red moniker. You'll have to meander to the back of the Neo Vertika building to find this pot of gold, but you can bet your leprechaun ass it's well worth the hunting. Read more about this Miami bar or club >>

  • The Well Lounge

    The Well Lounge

    444 W. 41st St. Miami Beach, FL 33140
    305-532-1312

    http://www.thewellmb.com What happens when Shareef Malnik from The Forge teams up with Buzzy Sklar from Burger&Beer Joint to create an upscale neighborhood bar? The Well, a 4,000 square foot venue with three rooms, a massive stone fireplace, stained glass ceiling, and dark mahogany bars. The Well hosts public and private events, has an extensive drink menu, and serves small plates. Read more about this Miami bar or club >>

  • Wet Bar

    1728 SW 8th St. Miami, FL 33135
    305-244-3069

    http://www.wetbarmiami.com

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