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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.


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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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  • Beaches Bar and Grill

    Beaches Bar and Grill

    4299 Collins Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33140

    Miami Beach has its share of dives. They come, they go, but a few stick around for the long haul, and Beaches is just such a spot. A bar and grill, Beaches serves up cheap drinks and all-American food to anyone looking to escape the sun in favor of a smoky bar and strong drinks. They only close from 5 a.m. to 7 a.m., so any other time, beachgoers can drop in for a burger, a beer, or any other combo of bar food, booze and local characters for company. Read more about Beaches Bar and Grill >>

  • Berries in the Grove

    Berries in the Grove

    2884 SW 27th Ave. Coconut Grove, FL 33133
    305-448-2111 Dining in a Miami restaurant could be compared to picking wild berries. Some are unripe, some are rotten, some prick you like thorns, and some, like blackberries, are delightfully unique but come with a few pesky seeds. The last describes Berries, a friendly spot that's morphed from a laid-back, take-out wraps and smoothies window to a hip, bustling, hippie-centric café complete with a bohemian ambiance that includes hanging lanterns and a tree planted in the center of the dining room. This place doesn't try to break new culinary ground but succeeds at placing well-prepared, generously sized, and relatively healthful dishes on the table. For starters, try the creamy hummus or crisp fried calamari; then move on to pasta, such as Berries' tasty pumpkin ravioli, or if you're feeling carnivorous, the skirt steak ($19), which comes smothered in blue cheese and is accompanied by potatoes and grilled asparagus. Only qualm: The $10 goat cheese wrap undoubtedly appealed to the taste buds but comprised mostly lettuce. Still, Berries' vibe, the massive portions, and a ladies' night where those with XX chromosomes drink free well alcohol every Thursday from 9 till close more than makes up for a that. Read more about Berries in the Grove >>

  • Better Days

    500 Brickell Ave. Miami, FL 33131

  • Big City Tavern

    Big City Tavern

    609 E. Las Olas Blvd. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
    954-727-0307 This classy bar and restaurant is one of Las Olas' key pickup scenes. Dinner is served in over-sized, circular booths, from which the diners can eye the folks at the bar and vice versa. Big City Tavern is reminiscent of the classic, traditional taverns of New York City, Chicago, and Boston. With a dozen international brews on tap and two dozen in bottles, Big City Tavern's selection might seem short when compared to those sports bars that pride themselves on 99 bottles of beer on the wall. But as the saying goes, it's not the quantity, it's the quality. And beer snobs all over South Florida slobber over the pints of Warsteiner (Germany), Guinness Stout (Ireland), and J.W Dundee's Original Honey Brown Lager (New York). The bar turns up the power with the Grolsch 16-ounce megabeers from Holland and domestic microbrews like the Abita Turbo Dog from crawfish country, Louisiana. Best of all, the Tavern stocks four Samuel Smith imports from England, ranging from the brewery's lager to its imperial stout. You'll pay more for any one of these last few than you will for a glass of merlot, but hey, Sam Smith's Nut Brown Ale has twice the bouquet of any vino out there. Read more about Big City Tavern >>

  • Bill

    Bill's Filling Station

    2209 Wilton Drive Fort Lauderdale, FL 33304
    954-567-5978 It's easy to imagine the male gay bar scene to be covered in glitter with half-naked boys running around in neon and grinding to house music. Well, Bill's Filling Station is just the opposite. Low-key and laid-back, it's more of a neighborhood, no-frills kind of joint. After entering and walking through a narrow dimly lit hallway, it's revealed that the bar is a lot bigger than you would expect. There are flat-screen TVs broadcasting the latest sports events and a pool table in the back, and most of the crowd is mid-30s and up, all dressed casually. A large portion of the patrons are sipping on beers; there isn't a Tartini or pink cocktail in sight. A well-sized dance floor is opposite the brightly lit stage, and another bar is near the back. There are $5 vodka specials on Saturday night and various theme parties throughout the week. Read more about Bill's Filling Station >>

  • Billy

    Billy's Pub Too

    732 NE 125th St. North Miami, FL 33161
    305-899-9986 Located in the heart of downtown North Miami, near the Museum of Contemporary Art, Billy's is a cheap and low-down place that has developed its own natural funk (and that is meant in the most admiring way). A funk so funky that Billy's won New Times' 2008 Best Neighborhood Bar. The place picks up Wednesday nights, when a live DJ plays on the brand-new patio. Hump day also features a house jam band, and guests can bring their own instruments and strum along. Live acts continue Thursday through Sunday, and the place doesn't close until 5 a.m. Beer pong, pool tables, and foosball round out the signature bar fun. Read more about Billy's Pub Too >>

  • Biltmore Bar

    1200 Anastasia Ave. Coral Gables, FL 33134

  • Biscayne Tavern

    Biscayne Tavern

    146 Biscayne Blvd. Miami, FL 33132
    305-307-8300 Located in the new b2 miami downtown hotel, Biscayne Tavern is a gastro-style eatery offering globally inspired classics, like the kale Caesar salad ($11) and seared tuna burger ($15.50), as well as a variety of craft and seasonal ales. Sample from a range of sliders ($6-12) while sipping on their beers on tap, all under $8. Read more about Biscayne Tavern >>

  • Blackbird Ordinary

    Blackbird Ordinary

    729 SW 1st Ave. Miami, FL 33130
    305-671-3307 The nightlife team behind Purdy Lounge on the beach, and The Bar in Coral Gables is at it again, bringing their signature super-chill, never-a-cover concept to the Brickell area. Blackbird features 7 nights a week of quality music programming and drink specials that keep the local heads rocking till the early morning. Read more about Blackbird Ordinary >>

  • Bleau Bar

    Bleau Bar

    4441 Collins Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-538-2000 This place is the other half of the Fontainebleau lobby, a glowing aqua and purple den of drink where you'll spot big-shot business guys, local TV celebs, and whoever happens to be headlining at LIV that night. It's where every guest and passer-through heads for a few sips. Read more about Bleau Bar >>

  • Blue Martini

    Blue Martini

    900 S. Miami Ave. Miami, FL 33130
    305-981-2583 Listen up, single ladies and lads. If you're in the mood for a good after-work drink in a trendy and upbeat atmosphere with scantily clad bartenders and mostly good-looking people, Blue Martini might be the place. The Mary Brickell Village outpost of the chain is large. There's an indoor area lit by blue and purple neon, and an outdoor terrace that is often packed. Let's not kid ourselves - food is not the focus here, but Blue Martini does serve some pretty solid bites to enjoy with your martini. The menu is small, offering a few appetizers such as spinach and artichoke dip and a shrimp martini with four types of flatbread. Entrées include seared tuna, sliced beef tenderloin, and lamb chops. The martini menu is more impressive, offering 42 versions of the drink - from sugary-sweet to dry - ranging from $14 to $16. Take advantage of happy-hour specials. Drinks and appetizers are half off every day from 4 to 8 p.m. And keep in mind that on Saturdays and Sundays, the velvet rope comes out and there's a $10 cover charge. Read more about Blue Martini >>

  • Blue Martini Fort Lauderdale

    Blue Martini Fort Lauderdale

    2432 E. Sunrise Blvd. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33304
    954-653-2583 Part of a chain with outposts around the state and in Vegas, Blue Martini is known as a pickup joint for the middle-age set. Gold-diggers and diggees are lovingly tended to by beautiful Barbie-doll waitresses in blue corsets and flat-ironed hair. Adding to the vapid factor is the fact that this high-end martini bar with valet parking makes its home … in the Galleria shopping mall! Relatively soulless, even by South Florida standards, Blue Martini has drinks called "The Skinny Bitch" and "The Palm Beacher." But still, it packs a crowd (even when they charge a cover!); it gets loud and busy, especially on weekends. Big cigar-chomping spenders love this place (Ponzi schemer Scott Rothstein was a regular) and it shows. The menu is slim but fancy (lobster tacos, anyone?) Read more about Blue Martini Fort Lauderdale >>

  • Blue Martini Kendall

    Blue Martini Kendall

    8405 Mills Drive Kendale Lakes, FL 33183
    305-630-2583 This place makes 42 specialty martinis using a variety of vodkas, infusions, fruits, sodas, and, of course, olives. It's a sexy lounge that offers live entertainment and is open seven nights a week. Wine and champagne are available by the bottle or in "splits" (half-bottles from a limited menu). There are light snacks, flatbreads, and signature dishes such as lobster tacos made to order. Check out one of the weekly themed parties or karaoke nights. Read more about Blue Martini Kendall >>

  • Blue Martini at the Palms at Town & Country

    Blue Martini at the Palms at Town & Country

    8405 Mills Drive Kendall Lakes, FL 33183

    This place makes 42 specialty martinis using a variety of vodkas, infusions, fruits, sodas, and, of course, olives. It's a sexy lounge that offers live entertainment and is open seven nights a week. Wine and champagne are available by the bottle or in "splits" (half-bottles from a limited menu). There are light snacks, flatbreads, and signature dishes such as lobster tacos made to order. Check out one of the weekly themed parties or karaoke nights. Read more about Blue Martini at the Palms at Town & Country >>

  • Blue Royal Lounge

    13750 W. Dixie Highway North Miami, FL 33161

  • The Blues Bar at the National Hotel

    The Blues Bar at the National Hotel

    1677 Collins Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-423-7211 If fly-by-night lounges with flimsy faux furnishings have left you feeling a little disposable, it may be time to plant your derriere at a sturdy oak bar with ambiance rooted in another era. The Blues Bar (formerly D'Lounge) at The National Hotel gives guests a taste of classic 1940s elegance without pretense. A spacious reception area with high ceilings and comfortable, unobtrusive furniture surrounds the bar. Amenable bartenders dressed in unassuming vests and starched shirts pour carefully crafted cocktails, whether throwback Manhattans or refreshing caipirinhas. The bar's diverse international and local patrons seem to agree that the fish tacos with blackened mahi mahi, mango, and pico de gallo are delectable. Also popular are $5 tapas, like the Wakame tuna slider and ceviche with avocado and jalapeno, offered between 4 and 7 p.m. daily. Read more about The Blues Bar at the National Hotel >>

  • Bluster Bar

    Bluster Bar

    115 N. 21st Ave. Hollywood, FL 33020
    954-374-8165 This sultry nightlife destination provides a new type of atmosphere for the Downtown Hollywood area. Sleek in style and design, the open space is adorned with a modern, art deco feel. White couches provide luxurious comfy seating opposite the bar and VIP area; white fabric stretches along the ceiling and drapes down the walls. Paper lanterns dangle throughout, illuminating the dim nightclub. A mid-20s to 30s crowd occupies the dance floor, grinding up against one another to the DJ's beat. From hip-hop dance nights to exclusive fetish parties, there is no shortage of events to attract a different type of crowd each night of the week. Read more about Bluster Bar >>

  • Boardwalk Tavern & Pizzeria

    Boardwalk Tavern & Pizzeria

    3421 Main Highway Coconut Grove, FL 33133
    305-567-0080 If you're looking for a hip spot to fetch some excellent pizza, Boardwalk Tavern & Pizzeria is your kind of place. This Coconut Grove tiki hut hideout has top-notch fare and service that is on point. From the moment you walk through the doors, you're greeted by the scent of fresh mozzarella. A patio and indoor seating area offer a choice of two different ambiances. And you haven't even been schooled on the pizza yet. At $17.95 for a large 22-inch pie, the restaurant provides a tasty and generous offering. The mozzarella sticks ($5.95) are some of the crispiest and cheesiest you'll ever taste. When it comes to chicken fingers, it is irritating when restaurants go overboard on batter. Boardwalk's nuggets don't fall into this category - the large portion features a well-balanced chicken-to-batter ratio. If calzones (small $8.99, large $13.99) are more your thing, the tavern has some pretty hefty ones, with a variety of toppings to choose from (ham, pepperoni, sausage, bell pepper, spinach, and onion). All in all, Boardwalk provides a casual and exciting dining atmosphere with great food to match. Take note, though, the place can get rowdy late at night. Read more about Boardwalk Tavern & Pizzeria >>

  • Bobbie's Roundtable Lounge

    11205 NW 7th Ave. Miami, FL 33168-2203

  • Bobby's Monkey Bar

    900 Simonton St. Key West, FL 33040

  • Bokamper

    Bokamper's Sports Bar & Grill

    1280 S. Pine Island Road Plantation, FL 33324
    954-533-7152 Dolphins vet (and Plantation resident) Kim "Kimbo" Bokamper started this neighborhood hang to indulge his sports fetish, and it shows. Fifty plasma TVs enough for ya? If you know what most places with that sort of cathodic bling are like in terms of atmosphere, you probably have a good idea what to expect from the food. A few entrees, like the blackened swordfish sandwich and Bo's burger (with a fried egg poised atop) stand out on the menu, but beers, wings, and football: That trusty trifecta is always going strong at Bokamper's. Read more about Bokamper's Sports Bar & Grill >>

  • Bolero's Nightclub

    1148 SW 27th Ave. Miami, FL 33135

  • Boondocks Grille & Draft House

    Boondocks Grille & Draft House

    27205 Overseas Highway Summerland Key, FL 33042
    305-872-4094 This awesome Keys landmark opened way back in the early 90s as a tiny ice cream shack in the middle of the wilderness. Today, the property encompasses a miniature golf course, an eatery, a bar, and a live music venue. There are daily happy hours, trivia nights, and regular bookings of Elton John and Rod Stewart tribute bands. The prime location on mile marker 27 1/2 on Ramrod island in the Lower Keys makes it the perfect place to stop for some putt putt, a few beers, and a fish sandwich on the way to Key West. Read more about Boondocks Grille & Draft House >>

  • Bossa Nova Lounge

    Bossa Nova Lounge

    4400 NW 87th Ave. Doral, FL 33178
    305-592-2000 Located in the resort clubhouse lobby level of the Doral Golf Resort & Spa, Bossa Nova features Latin-inspired small plates and hand-crafted specialty drinks. The lounge also offers an extensive selection of rums. There are restaurant tables for dining and comfortable couches for lounging under warm mood lighting. Enjoy two-for-one happy-hour specials every Monday through Friday and a special ladies' night Wednesday. Live Latin and jazz music is played nightly from 8 to 11. Read more about Bossa Nova Lounge >>

  • Bottlecap Lounge & Liquor

    Bottlecap Lounge & Liquor

    1128 Simonton St. Key West, FL 33040
    305-296-2807 The Bottlecap Lounge has been open since 1934, and it's still going strong. Not much has changed, except for technological upgrades like the eleven plasma screen televisions, and high quality sound system for live bands and DJs. For those who enjoy a drink on the go, the attached liquor store is fully stocked from the top to the bottom shelf. Theme parties, and live bands playing original and cover songs are scheduled every week. The bar also offers promotions for free drinks, and bar tabs, making it one of the most popular bars in its area. Read more about Bottlecap Lounge & Liquor >>

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