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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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  • America

    America's Backyard

    100 SW Third Ave. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312
    954-449-1025

    http://www.myamericasbackyard.com Downtown Fort Lauderdale’s America's Backyard, it turns out, is nothing short of a huge pool party where the pool is swimming with bartenders and the deep end overflows with sparkling alcohol. The pool, AKA the main bar, is a tiled fortress of smiles and cocktails, the centerpiece of this open-air shindig. Wednesday is ladies' night, which means women drink free after 9 p.m. Thursday is College Night, so fill up on $1 drinks and $1 drafts all night, plus $10 unlimited beer pong. That's when alcohol mixes with dance music, rendering otherwise respectable young professionals helpless and desperate to dance on the bar. Read more about this Miami bar or club >>

  • American Social Bar & Restaurant

    American Social Bar & Restaurant

    721 E. Las Olas Blvd. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
    954-764-7005

    http://www.americansocialbar.com American Social (or AmSo, as it’s been affectionately nicknamed) has proven itself a formidable addition to the nightlife scene for young professionals in Fort Lauderdale, especially in the heart of the tenuous Las Olas strip. By day a trendy lunch spot for the working crowd, at night this craft-beer-centric spot transforms into a full-blown bar, often so packed with good-looking 20- to 30-somethings that it’s hard to make your way back to the restrooms, let alone order a drink. Luckily, with a number of the plush booths sporting their own taps, plus a wall lined with pour-your-own stations, patrons can at least feel as if they have some options other than elbowing their way past all the buff bros and stiletto-sporting blonds crowding the bar. Live acoustic music or a DJ provide the entertainment on most nights, plus the flat-screen-lined bar playing all the best games or fights, has kept this haunt busy week after week. Reminiscent of a social club of yesteryear, with comfy and kitschy Americana-inspired décor, AmSo feels like the type of place the boys would go to see a boxing match and the ladies interested in meeting a Navy man on leave would hang out. Read more about this Miami bar or club >>

  • Area 7

    Area 7

    3809 Powerline Road Fort Lauderdale, FL 33309-5067
    954-561-9134

    http://www.myspace.com/area7musicandale Dark and moody, Area 7 Music and Ale is an off-the-beaten-path kind of hangout for a locals-only crowd. A platform stage surrounded by mirrors near the front door is often occupied by a local rock band trying to make a name for itself. Busty women in corsets fling around the stripper polls and dance in the cages to the alternative music blaring through the speakers. The large wooden bar in the center of the room is filled with tattooed folks sharing stories about being on the road and days gone by. The walls have all the typical bar trimmings, including neon beer signs and electronic dartboards. There are nightly specials throughout the week, including ladies' night and $20 for all you can drink for the guys. Read more about this Miami bar or club >>

  • Art Bar

    Art Bar

    300 SW First Ave. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
    954-525-0044

    http://www.artbarftlauderdale.com It can sometimes seem like Art Bar has more girls in booty shorts working out on the sidewalks of Riverfront than it does patrons enjoying themselves inside the club. Although free entry and free drinks for ladies before 1 a.m. is a pretty good incentive to get both guys and girls through the door, it's a tougher sell to get them to stay there. The interior -- with two levels, draped curtains, and dark mood lighting -- has the look of a smaller-scale South Beach club, though perhaps one that's seen better, less grimy days. The main room has three full-liquor bars with scantily clad bartenders serving some of the most shoddily prepared drinks we've seen, especially the free drinks for the girls. The ratio of alcohol to sugar water is likely to cause diabetes before an actual buzz. Still, the dance floor usually fills out on weekend nights, hosting a crowd of budget-conscious young people booty-shaking to a DJ who plays a mix of Top 40s, dance, and hip-hop. A second, smaller room in the back does offer another dimension to Art Bar, and one could even imagine it being kind of cool in there -- maybe even somewhat “artsy” -- if only the place had the courage to do something slightly out of the box. A Riverfront staple through and through, Art Bar should probably stop living in the past and start catering to the more eclectic, slightly higher-brow demographic of young people that's steadily growing in Fort Lauderdale. Read more about this Miami bar or club >>

  • Atomic

    Atomic

    2232 Wilton Drive Wilton Manors, FL 33305
    954-630-3556

    http://www.myspace.com/clubboom

  • Bahia Cabana Beach Resort

    Bahia Cabana Beach Resort

    3001 Harbor Drive Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316
    954-524-1555

    http://www.bahiacabanaresort.com South of the commotion at Beach Place, Bahia Cabana is an oasis of local Fort Lauderdale culture. Tucked away between docks, the Bahia Cabana resort/hotel the bar boasts strong drinks and a ceiling littered with knickknacks, such as street signs and Florida license plates. With the beach across the street, locals and tourists alike drink and eat at the bar, in the attached restaurant area, or out on the dock overlooking yachts. For those arriving via water, dock space is free for bar and restaurant patrons. Tourists, to remember you're in the tropics, order specialty drinks like the "World's Best Frozen Pina Colada" or the "Frozen Pink Lemonade," both $7. Standard domestics cost $4.50, premiums $5. The wine list is extensive and fairly cheap, with no glasses more than $7.50. Throw one back with an order of conch fritters before you walk over for a day in the sun across A1A. Read more about this Miami bar or club >>

  • Big City Tavern

    Big City Tavern

    609 E. Las Olas Blvd. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
    954-727-0307

    http://www.bigtimerestaurants.com 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 this Miami bar or club >>

  • Bill

    Bill's Filling Station

    2209 Wilton Drive Fort Lauderdale, FL 33304
    954-567-5978

    http://www.billsfillingstation.com 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 this Miami bar or club >>

  • Blue Martini Fort Lauderdale

    Blue Martini Fort Lauderdale

    2432 E. Sunrise Blvd. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33304
    954-653-2583

    http://www.bluemartinilounge.com 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 this Miami bar or club >>

  • Bokamper

    Bokamper's Sports Bar & Grill

    1280 S. Pine Island Road Plantation, FL 33324
    954-533-7152

    http://www.bokampers.com 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 this Miami bar or club >>

  • Boondocks Grille & Draft House

    Boondocks Grille & Draft House

    27205 Overseas Highway Summerland Key, FL 33042
    305-872-4094

    http://boondocks.us.com 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 this Miami bar or club >>

  • Café Del Mar

    Café Del Mar

    213 S. Fort Lauderdale Beach Blvd. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316-1507
    954-767-8233

    http://www.cafedelmarfl.com This see-and-be-seen eatery channels the appeal of the once-upon-a-time Fort Lauderdale strip. The place funnels energy via flamenco guitarists and pouty dancers, and one can glean a good pasta Bolognese from a somewhat staid menu. The wine list might be the best deal here: Brunellos, Amarones, and Super-Tuscans all hover around $50. On the light side, consider carpaccios; on the heavier end, try one of the mammoth frozen cocktails. Read more about this Miami bar or club >>

  • Capone's

    310 SW 2nd St. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312
    954-524-1969

  • Cheers

    Cheers

    941 E. Cypress Creek Road Fort Lauderdale, FL 33334
    954-771-6337

    http://www.cheersfoodandspirits.com

  • Christopher

    Christopher's

    2857 E. Oakland Park Blvd. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33306
    954-561-2136

    http://www.christophersnightclub.com Just over the bridge off Oakland Park Boulevard is Christopher's, a landmark within Fort Lauderdale's ever-changing nightlife scene. Difficult to miss with its fluorescent sign, Christopher's is popular among the over-50 crowd. Wooden pillars and marble trimmings adorn the room, with an interior reminiscent of a cruise-ship disco or a hotel lounge. Although there is a designated dance floor, this lively crowd will strut its stuff just about anywhere – even on the bar top. Women drink free on several nights of the week, and it's safe to say they rarely open their wallets at this bar. Open since 1977, Christopher's is a staple venue in the adult dating scene. Read more about this Miami bar or club >>

  • Club Atrium

    2520 Miami Road Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316
    954-627-6144

  • Congas Night Club

    Congas Night Club

    2079 N. University Drive Plantation, FL 33322
    954-749-9669

    http://www.congasclub.com Congas Nightclub features live bands and DJs who play the spectrum of Latin music from salsa to merengue to reggaeton and even spin a little bit of house and hip-hop. Congas' understated storefront is located in the back of a Plantation strip mall between a Goodwill and a Chinese buffet. With 1,700-plus likes on its Facebook page, Congas has a strong following among the Latin American community in Fort Lauderdale's western suburbs. The club is open Thursday through Saturday nights. There's no cover on Thursdays, when you can get your hands on $3 well drinks and domestics. During the Friday-night happy hour, from 8 to 10 p.m., all food and drinks are half-priced. Cover on Friday is $5, and on Saturday it's $10. Read more about this Miami bar or club >>

  • Culture Room

    Culture Room

    3045 N. Federal Highway Fort Lauderdale, FL 33306
    954-564-1074

    http://www.cultureroom.net It's hot, loud, and way too crowded. But would you expect anything less from a rock club? The Culture Room books an eclectic mix of bands. On any given week they might have David Allan Coe, the Misfits, Johnny Winter, a local group of hardcore rockers, and northern Europe's meanest-sounding death metal makers. What sets the Culture Room apart from the other hot and sweaty clubs around, though, isn't necessarily what goes on atop the large stage; it's the nice, refreshing atmosphere just outside the main concert room. If you don't care so much about seeing your favorite rock stars up close, in the flesh, you can still rock out a few feet away, under the beautiful Florida sky — and watch a video projection of the show while you sip a beer. Or if you're really hardcore, as you pound Jägermeister and break the bottle over your own head. Read more about this Miami bar or club >>

  • Dicey Riley

    Dicey Riley's Bar and Restaurant

    217 SW Second St. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
    954-522-1908

    http://www.brinyirishpubs.com Not well-known as a restaurant - though it does sport a decent Irish-pub menu - Dicey's is a Himmarshee institution known for cheap yet powerful drinks, Guinness on tap, antique crap over all the walls and ceilings, green-glass lamps, and loud people having a really good time. Think of it as Himmarshee's Village's quirky old uncle, always with a cold beer, a shot, and dirty joke. This place gets especially packed with singles on weekend nights, and good luck bellying up to the bar come St. Patrick's day, if you even manage to get inside the door. Read more about this Miami bar or club >>

  • Dirty Blondes

    Dirty Blondes

    229 S. Atlantic Blvd. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316
    954-728-9801

    http://www.itsbetteronthebeach.com/dirty-blondes/ Fort Lauderdale is known for its beaches, sunny weather, and wealth of places to grab a drink. On the beach is a wild array of places to choose from, but it's the landmark locations that we keep coming back to. Dirty Blondes is that place. Located just step away from the sand, this beachy watering hole is known for having one of the longest happy hours ever, noon to 10 p.m. daily. Pool tables, shuffleboard, darts, and arcade games, oh my! There is no shortage of toys to occupy ones time as the alcohol sets in. So whether it's during spring break or just another day in the sun, Dirty Blondes has a little something for anyone looking to quench his or her thirst. Read more about this Miami bar or club >>

  • Ebar

    Ebar

    215 Southwest Second St. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
    954-524-3227

    The exposed iron ceiling beams and brick wall of the sleek bar give the feel of an urban club in Hell's Kitchen, minus the Manhattan attitude. The industrial surroundings fit nicely with its subdued lighting and cozy proximity to the DJ booth, dance space, and bar. Dance-music fans grind and move to the DJ-spun pulsating beats that exhibit an underground flair. Read more about this Miami bar or club >>

  • Elbo Room

    Elbo Room

    241 S. Fort Lauderdale Beach Blvd. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316
    954-463-4615

    http://www.elboroom.com The longest-lasting relic of Fort Liquordale's awesome permanent spring-break, the Elbo Room has seen Category 4 hurricanes, wet T-shirts, and drinking contests come and go. The place is located directly across the street from the beach and carries its own salty swagger. Both young and old continue to congregate here and let the good times roll. Read more about this Miami bar or club >>

  • EURO Nightclub

    120 Sw 3rd Avenue Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
    954-530-0648

  • Exit 66

    Exit 66

    219 S. Fort Lauderdale Blvd. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316
    954-357-9981

    http://www.itsbetteronthebeach.com/exit-66/ Situated in the heart of Fort Lauderdale Beach, Exit 66 consists of 40,000 square feet of Americana appeal, vintage décor, and a party space split into five rooms: Woody's Bar and Pleasure Liner Lounge, Cool Pool, Madame B. Atch's Bunny Ranch, Chiki-Tiki, and the main room. It's one of the nicer bars on A1A. Read more about this Miami bar or club >>

  • The Field Irish Pub & Eatery

    The Field Irish Pub & Eatery

    3281 Griffin Road Dania Beach, FL 33312
    954-964-5979

    http://www.thefieldfl.com Walk into this authentic Irish Pub and you will be instantly transported to a small farmtown in the countryside. Not only can you get a proper Guinness, Smithwicks, Harp or Strongbow on tap, you can add a nip of whiskey, and an order of blood pudding. The heavy wood tables are the perfect place to slam them when you're done. The bar top is as Irish a smiling lass in Carlingford, and the seats are just as comfortable. Nautical adornments, weathered art, vintage books, and an ancient looking fireplace fill out the space. Read more about this Miami bar or club >>

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