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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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  • The Art of Wine

    6627 S. Dixie Highway South Miami, FL 33143-7919
    305-662-9415

  • The Bar

    The Bar

    172 Giralda Ave. Coral Gables, FL 33134
    305-442-2730

    http://www.gablesthebar.com A large rectangular mahogany bar anchors the center of the room, thick wood blinds cover the windows, and red lightbulbs give off a honky-tonk orange glow at this pub with pool-hall cool -- but no pool tables. There are games, though, from backgammon to Battleship, as well as live rock and roll on Saturday nights, ladies nights Tuesdays and Fridays, and other such festivities. The Bar is undeniably a fun place, but it takes its brews seriously. Among the 22 types of bottled beers are Pilsner Urquell, Anchor Steam, and rarer finds such as OranjeBoom from Holland ("hints of vanilla and bitterness") and Corsendonk (an ale brewed by Monks in Belgium with "malty hints of port, raisins, and black chocolate" followed by "hints of fruit, smoke, and yeast"). Eleven brews on tap include Guinness, Fosters, and the more obscure wheat beer, Tucher Hefe-Weizen. Pints run from $3.50 to $4.50; pitchers $12.50 to $16; bottles $3.25-$6.50. The Bar's bar food isn't to be taken lightly either; the hand-formed, charbroiled half- or full-pound burgers are better than most, as is the grilled London broil on garlic bread with melted Provolone. Key lime pie and chocolate cake are available for dessert, but 11 single malt scotches and 21 cordials are more appealing postdinner options. Read more about The Bar >>

  • The Bar

    The Bar

    172 Giralda Ave. Coral Gables, FL 33134

    http://www.gablesthebar.com/main.html

  • B&S Gastropub

    9059 SW 73rd Court Miami, FL 33156
    305-678-8903

    http://www.barleyandswine.com

  • Biltmore Bar

    1200 Anastasia Ave. Coral Gables, FL 33134
    305-445-1926

    http://www.biltmorehotel.com/dining/bar.php

  • Bottoms Up

    Bottoms Up

    5655 SW 8th St. Coral Gables, FL 33134
    305-264-4551

    Bottoms Up is a strip club sandwiched between a computer repair shop and a police supply store. The bang for the buck here is tough to beat. The ladies working the pole shake their moneymakers to a variety of musical genres and are respectful when asking patrons for tips. The complimentary parking, free entrance, and $10 tabletop dances make this place one of the most affordable of its kind in the Magic City. Read more about Bottoms Up >>

  • Bougainvilleas Cinco de Bougie

    7221 Southwest 58 Ave. S. Miami, FL. 33143 South Miami, FL 33143

  • Carrington's Sports Bar & Grill

    9555 S. Dixie Highway Miami, FL 33156-2802
    305-200-5428

  • Cascade Poolside Bar & Grill

    Cascade Poolside Bar & Grill

    1200 Anastasia Ave. Coral Gables, FL 33134
    305-445-8066

    http://www.biltmorehotel.com Dining at Cascade is perhaps the pinnacle of what Florida's dining scene can offer. Seated at the Biltmore Hotel's courtyard, surrounded by not only sunshine and breezes, but also the glory of that immense pool and all its activity, diners get to enjoy breakfast, lunch and bar bites created by James Beard nominee Chef Philippe Ruiz every day. His French-Caribbean/spa cuisine menu features the expected entrants (omelettes, eggs Benedict, blueberry pancakes), but also some surprises, including delicately battered, spiced rock shrimp with Indian curry and mango sauce ($11), stone crab claws ($30 to $36 on average), grass-fed "churrasco" steak with mashed purple potatoes, and organic vegetarian dishes made without heat, like the most flavorful heirloom tomato soup ($12) you've ever slurped. Can't lift your suntanned, Vilebrequin or Red Carter-covered butt off the lounge chair? No worries; the staff will bring you special selections ranging from a Maine lobster sandwich on foccacia with remoulade ($17) to a grilled veggie wrap ($12) presented so beautifully that you won't feel guilty swallowing a calorie. Stay for a drink at sunset, especially if you like to take advantage of great happy-hour specials, and listen to the sounds of live Brazilian jazz. In case you were wondering, yes, Cascade gets two thumbs up from the pinkies-up set. Read more about Cascade Poolside Bar & Grill >>

  • Cava Flamenco Lounge Restaurant

    Cava Flamenco Lounge Restaurant

    3850 SW 8th St. Miami, FL 33134
    305-433-7666

    http://www.cavamia.com

  • Brewskis

    Brewskis

    5835 Sunset Drive South Miami, FL 33143
    305-397-8125

    https://www.facebook.com/Brewskissouthmiami This beer bar with a no-bullshit name serves up an international selection of bottled brews, including Canada's Labatt Blue, China's Tsing Tao, and Britain's Boddingtons Pub Ale. As co-owner Carlos Duran says: "Even for people who don't like beer, we've got a beer for them. There's something here for everybody." Read more about Brewskis >>

  • Cigar Cellar & Lounge

    1557 Sunset Road Miami, FL 33143
    305-381-0458

    http://www.facebook.com/CigarCellarLounge

  • Club Aqua Miami

    2991 Coral Way Coral Gables, FL 33145
    305-448-2214

    http://www.clubaquamiami.com

  • Club Azucar

    Club Azucar

    2301 SW 32nd Ave. Miami, FL 33145
    305-441-6974

    http://www.azucarmiami.com Who says gay bars are only on the beach? Twist ain't the only game in town, just ask the regulars at Club Azucar. This gay bar and drag palace is all kinds of flamboyant. Wednesday is Jock Night - featuring hottie hunks baring it in briefs, Thursday's all about the glam with Drag Wars and Saturday nights mean free house drinks till 11:30. Expect to dance your saucy little heart out. And with regular drink specials like $2 Bud Lights and $4 Coronas - a night of flaming fun doesn't have to break the bank. Read more about Club Azucar >>

  • El Clique

    El Clique

    1252 Coral Way Coral Gables, FL 33145
    305-859-4853

    http://www.myspace.com/elclique The humidor room is nearly as large as the lounge, which gives you a sense of what El Clique's priorities are. Comfortable armchairs allow patrons to enjoy a leisurely smoke from a large selection of premium cigars (buy five, and the sixth one is free). The tidy bar is small and the drinks limited to cocktails and wine with no draft beers, while two medium-sized screens air sporting events. Drinks are two for one during Heat and Dolphin games, and live Latin music is featured on select nights. El Clique offers tapas, appetizers and sandwiches. Tucked between stores, the bar opens and 11 a.m. and stays open as long as there are customers to serve. Read more about El Clique >>

  • The Globe Cafe & Bar

    The Globe Cafe & Bar

    377 Alhambra Circle Coral Gables, FL 33134
    305-445-3555

    http://www.theglobecafe.com Tucked along Alhambra Circle in Coral Gables, the Globe is an ideal place to meet for happy hour. This quaint and cozy bar/restaurant has high-class flair. Crystal chandeliers hang from the ceiling, and classic paintings line the walls. Despite the grand piano, the music comes from a DJ who spins loud house music, adding a welcome edge to the surroundings. Outside, small round tables with candles fill the sidewalk. The Globe offers an array of tasty food and provides a complimentary basket of potato chips for bar patrons. The venue holds several weekly events, including happy-hour specials Monday through Friday, wine specials on Tuesday, and jazz night every Saturday. Customers can also book private events. Read more about The Globe Cafe & Bar >>

  • Hookah Lounge

    7400 SW 57th Ave. South Miami, FL 33143-5371
    305-668-3331

  • The Irish Times Pub & Eatery

    The Irish Times Pub & Eatery

    5850 Sunset Drive South Miami, FL 33143
    305-667-4114

    http://www.irishtimesmiami.com For decades, University of Miami students have been trying to dupe the bouncers at this Celtic-themed tavern within walking distance of campus. Yet no matter how closely they resemble their older cousin's expired driver's license photo, the bouncer, propped on his stool outside the double doors, inevitably refuses to let them in. Poor underage drinkers. They're missing out on a beacon for Dade's partygoers looking to keep the night from ending at a 5 a.m. liquor license establishment. But it's not just the postmidnight crowd that has kept the Irish Times clicking on a busy South Miami corner. A hearty menu with everything from sliders to mac 'n' cheese and more traditional fare like bangers 'n' mash, fish 'n' chips and shepherd's pie ensures an all-hours crowd. The double doors in front are left open rain or shine, and the friendly staff is welcoming whether you order a pint of Guinness before noon or are stopping by on your commute home for a game of pool. Assuming, of course, you're not a wayward freshman slurring the lyrics to Katy Perry's latest hit. You should probably just head back to the dorms. Read more about The Irish Times Pub & Eatery >>

  • Jada Coles

    Jada Coles

    2845 Coral Way Miami, FL 33145
    786-391-3701

    http://www.jadacoles.com Located directly on Coral Way right off 22nd Avenue, Jada Coles blends just enough comfort to be deemed "laid back" with just enough quirkiness to be deemed charming. Couches are nooked towards the front of the space, while mix and minglers can sit at the high tops next to the pool table or float around the bar. Coles' small size makes for a friendly environment; it's the kind of place where the bartender chats you up about the Yankees/Red Sox rivalry and fellow drinkers introduce themselves without being creepy. The music jumps from Counting Crows to Fifty Cent. Read more about Jada Coles >>

  • John Martin

    John Martin's Irish Pub

    253 Miracle Mile Coral Gables, FL 33134
    305-445-3777

    http://www.johnmartins.com Who said Irish food was all stew? This authentic Irish emporium boasts a charming pub and an elegant dining room serving the best poached salmon and hollandaise in the area, sirloin steak with a whiskey sauce, lovely homemade ptés, soups, and desserts. (Try the Bailey's ice cream!). The space features a long, flag-adorned and fully stocked bar, as well as regular seating. Live bands play on weekends, happy hours are packed, and sporting events are shown at all hours. Those looking for a more private experience can request the back "nook," a small room with its own television and separate seating. Take a look around the place and catch glimpses of Irish icons, vintage beer bottles, and maybe even a leprechaun or two. Read more about John Martin's Irish Pub >>

  • Kings Creek Village Tavern

    8100 SW 81st Drive Miami, FL 33143
    305-273-6123

    http://www.facebook.com/KingsCreekVillageTavern

  • Lady Marmalade Lounge and Cafe

    Lady Marmalade Lounge and Cafe

    5861 Sunset Dr South Miami, FL 33143

  • Lipstik Adult Entertainment

    8099 S. Dixie Highway Miami, FL 33143-7900
    305-665-5477

  • Lit Cigars

    4061 Ponce De Leon Blvd. Coral Gables, FL 33146
    305-448-6220

  • The Mighty

    2224 Coral Way Miami, FL 33145
    305-570-4311

    http://www.themightymiami.com

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