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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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  • Open Stage Club

    2325 Galiano St. Coral Gables, FL 33134
    305-441-7902

    http://www.openstageclub.com

  • Playmates Club

    Playmates Club

    3875 Shipping Ave. Coral Gables, FL 33146
    305-446-8346

    http://www.playmatesclub.com This strip club used to be called Alley Cat. In 2009, after a full renovation, it became Playmates Club. The intimate space is split into one main room and a series of VIP private champagne rooms. There are "in the biz" specials, a full-kitchen menu, a full liquor bar, and plenty of TV screens. You can find out about special events and parties, and download online coupons, on the club's website. Read more about Playmates Club >>

  • 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 Sunset Tavern >>

  • 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 Tarpon Bend Raw Bar & Grill >>

  • Titanic Brewery and Restaurant

    Titanic Brewery and Restaurant

    5813 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Coral Gables, FL 33146
    305-668-1742

    http://www.titanicbrewery.com This brewpub across the way from the University of Miami is owned by beer lover Kevin Rusk, who makes it a point to pour good, homemade suds to accompany great live music. Since the place opened in the Nineties, the menu hasn't changed an iota. The seasonal brews are always a delight: The Triple Screw is a fail-safe standby, and the guest-starring Woodchuck cider tastes like frothy heaven. Generously sized empanada appetizers boast tasty meat interiors and flaky pastry exteriors. Other standouts include crawfish-and-andouille bisque, and steamed mussels "fra diablo." On a recent visit, the steerage skirt steak sandwich came dangerously rare in the middle, but the Santa Fe chicken salad, with creamy garlic dill dressing, was crunchy and delicious. Dinner entrée prices top out at $17.95, which will nab you either a rib eye steak or soft-shell crabs, and $14.95 for shrimp étoufée is a steal. Rotating rock bands and slurring coeds are regular fixtures. The Sunday night karaoke delivers a hearty dose of Journey and Sublime. Read more about Titanic Brewery and Restaurant >>

  • Town Kitchen and Bar

    Town Kitchen and Bar

    7301 SW 57th Court South Miami, FL 33143
    305-740-8118

    http://www.townkitchenbar.com Town Kitchen & Bar's opening coincided with the renaissance of downtown South Miami as it made the transition from sleepy town to viable nightlife option. And many observers would say that's not a coincidence. The full-service restaurant provides breakfast (on weekends), lunch, dinner, and even late-night dining. Specialties include traditional dishes in most genres - such as beef, pastas, and seafood - and there's an extensive list of appetizers and salads. Highlights include braised beef short rib egg roll ($9.25), grilled Caribbean jerk churrasco steak salad ($15.50), and grilled local swordfish ($20). Delmonico rib eye ($26) is the star of the show. All steaks are served à la carte, but sides are reasonably priced.The sleek postindustrial décor, with exposed concrete and metal tubing, gives an air of sophistication that matches the menu. There is a whole page of single-malt Scotches and bar food such as an artisanal cheese plate ($10) and lobster tacos ($11). Town brings the uppity down a bit via a wide selection of "large-format" beers (equal to about three regular-size drafts). Read more about Town Kitchen and Bar >>

  • 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 Vilar Cigar Shop >>

  • The Village Tavern

    The Village Tavern

    8002 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 The Village Tavern >>

  • World of Beer

    World of Beer

    9010 SW 72nd Place Miami, FL 33156

    http://www.wobusa.com/dadeland

  • Yard House

    Yard House

    320 San Lorenzo Ave. Coral Gables, FL 33146
    305-447-9273

    http://www.yardhouse.com Everything about this place is large. There are big-screen TV sets, mammoth booths, cartoonish paintings on gigantic canvases, a colossal beer selection (110 varieties on tap), and Cheesecake Factory-size portions. Among our favorites was the spicy tuna roll appetizer ($10.95, and more like a jumbo tuna roll cake), comprising quality seared ahi, avocado, edamame, and cucumber drizzled in wasabi soy sauce. It's worth the price. So is the fancy take on a traditional grilled cheese, which comes with oven-roasted Roma tomatoes and a blend of cheddar, Gorgonzola, Swiss, and fontina cheeses. Then there's the creative array of half-pound Angus beef burgers, including a pepper-crusted Gorgonzola variety and a Hawaiian version with pineapple. All are served on potato buns and cost less than $13. But there are high-priced dishes too: $22.95 for a decent halibut plate seems a little excessive. Don't let that stop you, though. Smiles from servers and bartenders are always ample. And once you pass Yard House's strict ID scan from bouncers outside, it's hard not to have an enjoyable experience at this welcome addition to the Village of Merrick Park. Read more about Yard House >>

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