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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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  • 1930 Social Club

    1930 Bay Rd. Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-695-4441

  • Albion Lounge

    Albion Lounge

    1650 James Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-913-1000

    http://www.rubellhotels.com This bar and lounge is located in the Albion Hotel on Lincoln Road, a building designed by Art Deco stalwart Igor Polevitzky. The bar specializes in South Beach-themed drinks such as mojitos and stocks a full selection of liquors. Food is limited to appetizers. The hotel is low key and doesn't cater to 24-hour revelers. As a result, the lounge attracts locals looking for a break from the fast track and gives them the chance to mingle with hotel patrons from around the world. It's only two blocks from the beach, but a state of mind away from the bright lights of Ocean Drive. Read more about Albion Lounge >>

  • Arena Restaurant & Lounge

    653 Washington Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-397-8854

    http://arenamiamibeach.com/

  • ARTcade

    235 12th St. Miami Beach, FL 33139

    http://www.artcademiami.com

  • Automatic Slim

    Automatic Slim's

    1216 Washington Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-672-2220

    http://www.automatic-slims.com This little South Beach bar has good music, cheap drinks, and attractive young ladies who dance atop the bar and sell shots. If you lean your head back and open wide, they will gladly pour the shot right down your throat. Read more about Automatic Slim's >>

  • B Bar at the Betsy Hotel

    B Bar at the Betsy Hotel

    1440 Ocean Drive Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-531-6100

    http://www.bbarmiami.com Nestled in the basement of the Betsy Hotel, B Bar seems out of place on a strip known for cheesy bars and pushy hostesses selling the catch of the day. B Bar could easily be located in midtown Miami or, even better, Manhattan. It oozes Wynwood and Lower East Side cool, so it's easy to forget the tourist destination lurking outside. But what makes this bar a jewel is a strict door policy that keeps the riffraff out and away from A-listers. If you're able to gain entry, you'll experience a dark, contemporary décor glowing under ethereal lighting. The Callin Fortis-designed space's true wonder is the vinyl ceiling that mirrors the entire space, causing a bit of disorientation - or is that just the cocktails? Read more about B Bar at the Betsy Hotel >>

  • Barcode Restaurant & Lounge

    1437 Washington Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139-4109
    305-534-1711

  • Barezzito

    Barezzito

    2000 Collins Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-606-8275

    http://www.barezzitousa.com

  • Bleau Bar

    Bleau Bar

    4441 Collins Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-538-2000

    http://www.fontainebleau.com 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 >>

  • The Blues Bar at the National Hotel

    The Blues Bar at the National Hotel

    1677 Collins Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-423-7211

    http://www.nationalhotel.com/restaurant_and_bars/dlounge.html 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 >>

  • Buck15

    Buck15

    437 Lincoln Lane Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-534-5488

    Miami Beach has been waiting for this beautiful dive to re-open ever since it left its former home above a Chinese restaurant. Now that Buck is finally here again, fans can get back to the affordable drinks, lack of cover charge, and crash pad decor that made it a favorite in the first place. Most tourists won't know to find this joint's entrance in an alley behind Lincoln Road, insuring a very friendly local vibe. Read more about Buck15 >>

  • Burger & Beer Joint

    Burger & Beer Joint

    1766 Bay Road Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-672-3287

    http://www.burgernbeerjoint.com This South Beach hangout has more attitude than a Hell's Angel. OK, perhaps that's pushing it a little, but it's a sports bar, lounge, and restaurant that is definitely more than just a tatted-up Mickey D's. (This should come as no surprise, because it is the creation of Automatic Slims' conceptual owner and a former GM from SushiSamba.) An upstairs lounge, open 9 p.m. to 5 a.m. Fridays and Saturdays and now Mondays for poker, is a great getaway for locals who love to rock, especially when bands perform. It boasts eight TV sets, green chalkboard walls, an oval bar, and a purple-cloth pool table. B&B's sports bar is where you can also find folks drinkin' and smokin' from happy hour on. With 99 types of beer, an incredible wine list, a full bar, and a cocktail menu with selections named "Harry Palmer," "Lowrider," and "Daisy Duke," you can bet patrons stay until the wee hours. But the focal point is the restaurant, where carnivores can customize a burger with a choice of a half- or full pound of free-range beef, Kobe, or turkey; four buns; eight types of cheese; grilled toppings; a selection of unique sauces (we're partial to the Atomic horseradish, tarragon rémoulade, and chipotle ketchup); raw veggies; and "Pure Platinum" toppings such as foie gras ($13) and truffle demi ($8). The least expensive cheeseburger runs about $10.75, but the "Stairway to Heaven," with Kobe, foie, and the demi, rings in at a whopping $39. Whatever you partake of, throw the thoughts of keeping kosher out the window and pair your beef with a deep-fried Twinkie and an adult milkshake (we love the "O Face" and "Money Shot"), made with Edy's ice cream right from the case. Even the kiddies will get a kick out of this joint, especially because they get their own menu and crayons with which to deface the tabletops. Hell, if you're feeling rebellious, pick up a Crayola too. Read more about Burger & Beer Joint >>

  • C-Level Rooftop Terrace at the Clevelander Hotel

    1020 Ocean Drive Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-531-3485

    http://www.clevelander.com

  • Cameo

    Cameo

    1445 Washington Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-532-2667

    http://www.cameomiami.com Once upon a time, Cameo was a theater inhabited by skaters and punks. Trick contests took place in the alley while bands such as the Circle Jerks, 7 Seconds, Fugazi, and Gwar set up inside the large club. Nowadays, Cameo is one of the main clubs in the Opium Group dynasty. The floor plan is similar to that of neighboring Opium family member Mansion; the large main room features a DJ booth on a stage, and the second-floor balcony overlooks it and the dance floor. Depending on the night, partygoers can get a taste of hip-hop, house, or live performances from some of the biggest names in the industry. Read more about Cameo >>

  • Cardozo Bar at The Cardozo Hotel

    Cardozo Bar at The Cardozo Hotel

    1300 Ocean Drive Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-695-2822

    http://www.cardozohotel.com

  • Cavas

    437 Espanola Way Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-534-3352

    http://www.mycavas.com

  • Chocolate's Place

    754 Washington Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-672-9000

    http://www.chocolatesplace.com

  • Clandestino Pub

    Clandestino Pub

    758 Washington Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-397-8946

    http://www.facebook.com/clandestinopubmiami Beer & tapas make a great pair. Just ask the regulars at this unassuming spot. As far as brew options, they've got somewhere in the neighborhood of 80 bottles of beer on the wall -- plus drafts, wine and cocktails to boot. Pair your fave fermented option with tapas, including quesadillas, tacos, nachos and hot dogs cooked in beer. It's a pleasing alternative to the usual South Beach scene. Read more about Clandestino Pub >>

  • Club Deep

    621 Washington Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139-6207
    305-523-1509

    http://www.clubdeep.com

  • Club Madonna

    Club Madonna

    1527 Washington Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-534-2000

    http://www.clubmadonna.com The only strip club on South Beach features all-nude shows, friction dancing, and private VIP and champagne rooms. But it doesn't serve hard liquor. Tourists and locals still love the place, which is open till 6 in the morning and features a weekly amateur night with a $1,000 prize. Read more about Club Madonna >>

  • Club O1

    Club O1

    One Ocean Drive Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-538-1111

    http://www.clubo1.com Located in the previous Pearl/Club Nikki space on the second floor of Nikki Beach, O1 brings new life to a classic Miami venue. The all-white, neon-lit interior has been replaced with what looks like décor fit for a British lord's mansion. Complete with ruby-red couches, damask pillows, and golden chandeliers, O1 is going for a completely different vibe than the downstairs cabana-style beach club. There's even a bookcase with worldly knickknacks and trinkets. The gray and black walls feature replicas of some of Botero's signature pieces, the Mona Lisa, and brass mirrors. Read more about Club O1 >>

  • Club Trade

    1439 Washington Ave Miami Beach, FL

  • The Cock Miami

    637 Washington Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139
    470-222-6259

    http://cockmiami.com/

  • Cristal Nightclub

    1045 5th St. Miami Beach, FL 33139-6504
    305-531-0141

  • The Cu Cu

    The Cu Cu's Nest

    2805 Collins Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-673-6350

    Located on 28th Street and Collins Avenue, Cucu's Nest Bar is just north of busy and glitzy South Beach. Inside, a stretch of comfy black couches is conveniently separated from the bar by low tables. The juke box features rock and pop hits, and there's an electronic machine for those who like to play card games. The pool table is a great place to mingle and improve your game. The staff is efficient, and the intimate atmosphere encourages making new friends. Live bands and DJs play a wide-range of music -- from reggae to rock. Cucu's Nest opens at 2 p.m. and stays open until 5 a.m. Read more about The Cu Cu's Nest >>

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