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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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  • Club 21/Banyan Tree Lounge

    1533 NW Ave. L Belle Glade Belle Glade, FL 33430

  • Funky Buddha Lounge

    Funky Buddha Lounge

    2621 N. Federal Highway Boca Raton, FL 33431
    561-368-4643

    http://www.thefunkybuddha.com Boca Raton may be known for catering to a more uppity -- and gray-haired -- crowd, but the Funky Buddha Lounge is everything but just that. Located in a nondescript strip plaza on Federal Highway, the only thing to catch your eye is the blue neon sign. Inside, you'll find a charming and cozy lounge to kick back with some friends, craft beer, and maybe a hookah. The space is dimly lit, the atmosphere laid-back, and the patrons reflect that chilled-out attitude. The smell of incense wafts through the air, and the burnt-sienna-colored walls are adorned in paintings and artwork from local creatives. Wooden tables and couches illuminated by candles fill the center of the room, while a bar takes up the back wall. An elevated stage sits on one end of the room and houses a variety of live music acts – touring and local – as well as open-mic participants. Whether a craft beer or kava is your choice of beverage, there is a menu packed with quite a variety of choices, as well as special in-house brew creations. Read more about Funky Buddha Lounge >>

  • The Hurricane Bar & Lounge

    The Hurricane Bar & Lounge

    640-7 E. Atlantic Ave. Delray Beach, FL 33483
    561-278-0282

    http://www.hurricanelounge.com Away from the madness of Atlantic Avenue in Delray Beach is the quaint and hidden Hurricane Bar and Lounge. Simple in design, the interior bar is filled up mostly by a large wooden bar and a mural of swaying palm trees appropriately lines the walls. The outdoor tiki area has a nautical theme with scuba flags and fishing accoutrements dangling near the tiny bar. The casual crowd and laid-back attitudes gives the locals a relaxing option opposite the high-energy atmosphere found on the Ave. From 1pm to 7pm there is a daily 2-4-1 happy hour, and live bands play for the nighttime crowds Thursday through Sunday. Read more about The Hurricane Bar & Lounge >>

  • Lake Worth Ale House Express

    713 Lake Ave. Lake Worth, FL 33460
    561-586-6410

    http://www.lakeworthplayhouse.org

  • Palm Beach Improv at CityPlace

    Palm Beach Improv at CityPlace

    550 S. Rosemary Ave. West Palm Beach, FL 33401
    561-833-1812

    http://www.palmbeachimprov.com Start your drinking adventure at the Wet Willie's portion of Palm Beach Improv. Choose from a rainbow wall of spinning frozen drink machines, ready to dispense preshow drinks. There are 11 kinds, and the bartender will be happy to let you sample as many as you'd like before settling on one. Once inside the Improv, browse the menu for frilly drinks with names as silly as the jokes, served in large glasses. In addition to national acts, head over on a weekday night for local talents performing open mic showcases. Read more about Palm Beach Improv at CityPlace >>

  • Propaganda

    Propaganda

    6 S. J St. Lake Worth, FL 33460
    561-547-7273

    http://www.propagandalw.com Lake Worth's indie-music hot spot, Propaganda has the monopoly on good local, original music most nights of the week. If a local band hasn't played the spot, it won't be long. Even Chris Carrabba of Dashboard Confessional has been known to drop in for a surprise show. The Soviet-themed décor recalls Socialist propaganda posters: drowned in red, lots of salutes, war planes. Except at Propaganda, the guy saluting has a bottle of Stoli vodka in his hand. Sure, Socialists actually thought alcoholism was a huge drain on the state, but the club is an important part of South Florida's creative base. If supporting local artists is important to you, there are few places more dedicated to the cause than Propaganda. Read more about Propaganda >>

  • Respectable Street

    Respectable Street

    518 Clematis St. West Palm Beach, FL 33401
    561-832-9999

    http://www.respectablestreet.com For more than 20-something years, Respectable Street has reigned strong over the West Palm Beach nightclubs and bar scene on Clematis Street and probably will do so for another few decades. The dimly lit smoky front bar has a large stage where musical local and legends perform on a weekly basis. The walls are adorned in art from the surrounding community, and plush velvet couches line the left side of the room. The outdoor patio allows partygoers to take a break from the high-energy happenings inside or even be an extra in a music video. Never a dull moment inside Respectable Street, and there probably won’t ever be one. Read more about Respectable Street >>

  • The Snooze Theater

    The Snooze Theater

    798 Tenth St. West Palm Beach, FL 33403
    561-842-7949

    South Florida indie bandmates CJ Jankow and Jordan Pettingill from Cop City Chill Pillars and Love Handles have secured their own multiuse venue and bar to throw shows and clubnights in. Inside you'll find a wide open space that literally and figuratively caters to the young creative community. Between open mic nights, youtube playlist nights, and live shows by local and touring acts, The Snooze Theater is open to new ideas. Read more about The Snooze Theater >>

  • The Speakeasy Lounge

    The Speakeasy Lounge

    129 N. Federal Highway Lake Worth, FL 33460
    561-540-6328

    http://www.speakeasylakeworth.com In the midst of the Lake Worth downtown scene is the Speakeasy Lounge, a newer venue for live music, burlesque shows, or a drink with friends. Upon entering, you'll be greeted by a long narrow bar illuminated by dimly lit lanterns. The walls are adorned in Prohibition-era photographs and artwork from the local scene. A pool table sits in a corner, providing for some friendly drinking competition. Pass through the narrow front room and into a wider space that holds a small tiki bar and well-sized stage. Tables and chairs are scattered about, and stickers from local and touring acts decorate the walls in CBGB style. From hip-hop to rock ’n’ roll, the band bookings are quite eclectic. There is never a shortage of liquor or beer to go around. Open until 4 a.m. and voted Best New Bar in Palm Beach by New Times, this watering hole is definitely not one to skip out on. Read more about The Speakeasy Lounge >>

  • 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 Tryst >>

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