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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.


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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  • American Social

    690 S.W. First Court Miami, FL 33130

  • Bar 12/21

    1200 Brickell Ave. Miami, FL 33131

  • The Bar at Level 25

    The Bar at Level 25

    1395 Brickell Ave. Miami, FL 33131
    305-503-6547 After an extensive and expensive renovation, the Conrad Hotel's picture-windowed 25th-floor central atrium has reopened as The Bar at Level 25. And despite the space's elegance, it is now an inviting, locals-friendly neighborhood bar, as its policy of free valet parking (with stamped ticket) attests. It's also far more than a watering hole, serving three squares daily. Best times to sample the more informal fare offered by chef Michael Gilligan, of the hotel's fine-dining spot Atrio, are Sunday brunch -- an elaborate all-you-can-eat-and-drink prix fixe spread -- and evenings, when the menu encompasses raw bar selections plus pintxos, Basque for tapas. But the food's scope spreads beyond Spain, with Asian- and Latin-inspired selections such as codfish esqueixada (a refreshing bacalao salad), rich duck confit cazuelita, sinfully satisfying foie gras and goat cheese empanadas, a trio of raw fish and meat tartares, tempura-battered soft-shell crab with spicy chipotle aioli, and other delectable dishes. The lounge offers weekday happy-hour specials with a wide selection of drinks between $5 and $8. But most of the prices are as high-end as the décor. Read more about The Bar at Level 25 >>

  • Baru Urbano

    Baru Urbano

    1001 S. Miami Ave. Miami, FL 33130
    786-991-4570 This Brickell hot spot infuses some much-needed street-side alcohol into what's quickly becoming a happening part of town. The place takes its name and design from urban, graffiti-like influences such as recycled street signs and old Latin concert posters. They are artistically integrated into an outdoor bar and seating area, and blend into a similarly flavored interior. Latin music and a crowd of young professionals fill the space as the sounds of their Argentine, Venezuelan, Cuban, Puerto Rican, and Chilean-inflected Spanish fills the air. Read more about Baru Urbano >>

  • Better Days

    500 Brickell Ave. Miami, FL 33131

  • Blue Martini

    Blue Martini

    900 S. Miami Ave. Miami, FL 33130
    305-981-2583 Listen up, single ladies and lads. If you're in the mood for a good after-work drink in a trendy and upbeat atmosphere with scantily clad bartenders and mostly good-looking people, Blue Martini might be the place. The Mary Brickell Village outpost of the chain is large. There's an indoor area lit by blue and purple neon, and an outdoor terrace that is often packed. Let's not kid ourselves - food is not the focus here, but Blue Martini does serve some pretty solid bites to enjoy with your martini. The menu is small, offering a few appetizers such as spinach and artichoke dip and a shrimp martini with four types of flatbread. Entrées include seared tuna, sliced beef tenderloin, and lamb chops. The martini menu is more impressive, offering 42 versions of the drink - from sugary-sweet to dry - ranging from $14 to $16. Take advantage of happy-hour specials. Drinks and appetizers are half off every day from 4 to 8 p.m. And keep in mind that on Saturdays and Sundays, the velvet rope comes out and there's a $10 cover charge. Read more about Blue Martini >>

  • Burger & Beer Joint

    Burger & Beer Joint

    900 S. Miami Ave. Miami, FL 33130
    305-523-2244 This sister location to the South Beach Burger & Beer Joint has the same rock & roll attitude. It's a sports bar, lounge, and restaurant. This should come as no surprise, because it is the creation of Automatic Slims' owner and a former general manager of SushiSamba. If you look at the 99 beer varieties and numerous unique burger options, you'll be salivating for the happy hour specials. The sports bar is open Monday to Friday from 5 p.m. to 5 a.m. and from noon until 5 a.m. on weekends. Read more about Burger & Beer Joint >>

  • Fado Irish Pub

    Fado Irish Pub

    900 S. Miami Ave. Miami, FL 33130
    786-924-0972 Fado Irish Pub isn't your typical beer joint - it's probably one of the best-staffed bars in Miami-Dade. Everywhere you turn, there's someone there to take your order. Located in busy Mary Brickell Village, the pub is a great place to meet for happy hour drinks or to watch a rugby game. The cavernous space features many intimate nooks and hidden tables. A dark wooden main bar snakes around the biggest of three rooms. When the weather is pleasant, the large windows are opened, letting in fresh air. There's plenty of Irish beer on tap, as well as a full liquor bar. The atmosphere is a cross between ship on water, traditional Irish pub, and Dance Party U.S.A. Next to a row of cozy booths, sections of the floor light up in changing colors, a perfect dance floor on which to boogie after a few drinks. Read more about Fado Irish Pub >>

  • FIFTY at the Viceroy Hotel

    FIFTY at the Viceroy Hotel

    485 Brickell Ave. Miami, FL 33131
    305-503-4417 Picture yourself 50 stories above the universe in a low-slung semiprivate lounge at the highest outdoor pool in the city. Club 50 is technically for Viceroy residents and hotel guests, but management has welcomed locals since the venue's inception. Cool jazz from internationally renowned vocalists such as CuCu Diamantes is a Club 50 staple. Elevator doors open to hard marble floors, plush seating, and large windows, even in the bathrooms, which are reputed to be the best in Miami. Weekday happy hours are well spent here. Read more about FIFTY at the Viceroy Hotel >>

  • Flamingo Theater Bar

    905 Brickell Bay Drive Miami, FL 33131

  • Graziano


    177 SW 7th St. Miami, FL 33130
    305-860-1426 Recently, the condos along the Miami River have been giving birth to bars and restos as if it were babymaking season. And this Brickell-area branch of the Graziano's chain is one of the latest to pop up. A wine bar and bistro, it's overflowing with both boozy and foodie possibilities. Read more about Graziano's >>

  • Martini 28 Restaurant & Lounge

    146 SE 1st Ave. Miami, FL 33130

    Martini 28 is a small, quaint restaurant located in a busy dining breezeway in downtown Miami. The restaurant, popular with the lunch crowd, is run by a husband-and-wife team and has intimate seating indoors and outdoors. The tables are protected from the sun by curtains, which seem a bit out of place but offer a unique ambiance and separate the restaurant from a Thai place next door. Menu items are on the heavier side for lunch, but a three-course prix fixe menu option ($9.99), which includes a soup or salad, entrée special, and dessert, offers good value. Entrées change daily and include such classics as pan-seared Atlantic salmon with rice, skirt steak with roasted potatoes, and fillet of sole in beurre blanc. Sometimes a lobster special is offered at an additional cost of $5. It's worth saving room for the desserts, all made on premise. The specialty is a cheesecake flan. Read more about Martini 28 Restaurant & Lounge >>

  • RedBar Brickell

    52 SW 10th St. Miami, FL 33130

  • Sabbia at Brickell

    Sabbia at Brickell

    1053 SE 1st Ave. Miami, FL 33131
    305-381-4420 The old Sci Sci under new management, Sabbia at Brickell is mostly known as a happy hour spot and late-night lounge. The new owners seem to be okay with the reputation - offering a rotation of events such as singles minglers and Friday night DJ parties. The dimly lit, modern interior dining room with a wraparound bar and sparkling chandelier is perfectly outfitted for such a role. And the sidewalk seating area of couches and slouchy chairs is even more welcoming to an after-work crowd looking to de-stress. But there seems to be an effort as of late to attract fine-diners along with martini sippers. Offering specials such as a four-course dinner for $35 on certain days, the chic eatery tries to tempt patrons with Italian specialties such as strozzapreti alla norcina ($14), spirals of pasta mingled with house-made sausage and a truffle pink sauce, and filleto di manzo al pepe verde ($31), a ten-ounce filet of beef tenderloin served over a green peppercorn sauce that comes with thyme-infused mashed potatoes and sautéed seasonal organic vegetables. But even if you opt for a sit-down dinner, you'll never forget you're at a party spot. The music is loud, the drinks are blue, and the bar takes up half the space. Read more about Sabbia at Brickell >>

  • Sidebar


    337 SW 8th St. Miami, FL 33130 Tucked away beside I-95, Sidebar promises to be a haven for those who think nightlife hoods like Wynwood and downtown have seen better days. But Brickell? Yes, places like Kukaramakara, Fifty, and Blue Martini already exist in the area, but they tend to serve the occasional weekend warrior who needs to blow off some steam after a long workweek. Sidebar is more akin to nearby joints Blackbird Ordinary and the now-defunct Tobacco Road in that it's more of a neighborhood-watering-hole-meets-music-venue. Read more about Sidebar >>

  • Spazio Nightclub

    Spazio Nightclub

    1421 S. Miami Ave. Miami, FL 33131
    305-577-9809 This swanky lounge off South Miami Avenue recently reopened after a brief makeover. The hip décor features long L-shaped booths, large mirrors, and black walls painted with an intricate design. A fully stocked marble bar is staffed by bartenders and hostesses decked out in black lingerie, red leather gloves, and top hats, evoking a dark vibe reminiscent of The Rocky Horror Picture Show. The music consists of early-'80s classics and some contemporary pop courtesy of a DJ in an elevated booth. There is no cover charge or dress code. Read more about Spazio Nightclub >>

  • Waxy O

    Waxy O'Connor's Irish Pub and Eatery

    690 SW 1st Court Miami, FL 33130
    786-871-7660 Boy, if those folks who have been hanging out at Fort Lauderdale's Waxy O'Connors for years got a glimpse of Miami's mint riverfront version, they would definitely make the schlep on a regular basis. (Most of them would probably do so by boat, too, which would be totally cool because this riverfront spot has free boat slips. Alas, Lauderdale's does not.) The sexier, sassier young sister not only boasts a gorgeous view of the Miami River, but also somehow pulls off authenticity despite its pristine sheen. Cutout dark-wood trim and stained-glass partitions, substantially spongy booths, a pool table with a red-felt surface, gobs of flat-screens, and glass-enclosed cases displaying artifacts assist the effort, while the sticky tabletops remind you that even new places can display signs of frequent lovin'. Chances are, most folks here probably come after work to down a few pints of Guinness, some Irish whiskey, or single-malt Scotch outside at the tables with barrel-shaped pedestals and to listen to live music three nights a week. (And no, not all performances are U2 tributes.) Sop up the sounds with a few forkfuls of shepherd's pie ($11.95), corned beef and cabbage ($12.95), or bangers and mash ($12.95) if you're full-on hungry. Or try a rustic flatbread (the $11.95 Irish bacon and three mushroom is killer) or a bowl of potato-leek soup for a pittance ($4.50). Die-hard Miamians can also go the less adventurous route, with items such as ceviche, mahi-mahi tropical salad, skirt steak, and key lime gelato. The only downfall to this hot spot is that it is relatively tough to find, because the only visible sign from the street is a glowing red moniker. You'll have to meander to the back of the Neo Vertika building to find this pot of gold, but you can bet your leprechaun ass it's well worth the hunting. Read more about Waxy O'Connor's Irish Pub and Eatery >>