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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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  • 14 Thirty-Five

    14 Thirty-Five

    1435 Brickell Ave. Miami, FL 33131
    305-358-3535 The service is excellent at this elegant lounge/bar located in the Four Seasons lobby area, directly across from the well-known restaurant Acqua. The lounge is popular with the business crowd for lunch and after-work cocktails, but lacks intimacy. For a more relaxed setting and food, try one of the tables on the outdoor patio overlooking the pool. The menu is extensive, catering to both residents and hotel guests. It can best be described as contemporary seafood with a Mediterranean touch. Among the offerings are a few unique items such as a lobster crab salad BLT ($24), a Cubano wrap ($18), and duck taquitos with pickled jalapeños, avocado, and smoked tomato-mango jam ($21.50). Bar appetizers are calamari ($22), pan-seared lump crab cakes ($26), and lobster caesar salad ($28). You can also get a three-course "Botero" dinner - named for the artist - for $45 during the week. Read more about this Miami bar or club >>

  • Bahia at the Four Seasons

    Bahia at the Four Seasons

    1435 Brickell Ave. Miami, FL 33131
    305-358-3535 The setting's lux, on the Four Seasons Hotel's seventh floor outdoor terrace (if a two-acre space, with a pool and waterfall, can be called a terrace). The menu's tapas, ranging from an appetizing assortment of imported olives to more filling small plates like creamy Croquetas de Marisco (featuring lobster), Endives with Cabrales blue cheese dip and fruit, fresh anchovy fillets marinated in vinaigrette, or new potatoes with wonderfully garlicky aioli. Drinks to go with the tapas include formidable cocktails and an extensive assortment of Latin American beers, as well as wine. Read more about this Miami bar or club >>

  • Balans Restaurants

    Balans Restaurants

    901 S. Miami Ave. Miami, FL 33130
    305-534-9191 Just how many branches of a restaurant does it take before the place becomes impersonal? Hard to say, but Balans has passed it. Which isn't to say the establishment doesn't have its appeal: a relaxed ambiance, accessible food (including a very agreeable brunch), hip cocktails, and a final bill that won't break the bank. That last point is particularly pertinent, with most plates under $20. Starters include fried calamari, pot stickers, and popcorn shrimp. It isn't so much the formulaic nature of the selections that leaves us cold, but rather how 1990s they are (one of only two seafood entrées is Chilean sea bass, which is not only a dated notion, but also an ecologically insensitive one). Still, you can get a solid burger with tasty char-grilled flavor on a toasted bun; steaks assertively flamed and appropriately juicy; and properly cooked spaghetti laced with moist morsels of lobster meat in a mellow lobster-cream sauce. Read more about this Miami bar or club >>

  • 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 this Miami bar or club >>

  • 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 this Miami bar or club >>

  • 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 this Miami bar or club >>

  • Cittadeli Restobar

    1200 Brickell Bay Drive # 107 Miami, FL 33131

  • 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 this Miami bar or club >>

  • 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 this Miami bar or club >>

  • Finnegan

    Finnegan's on the River

    401 SW 3rd Ave. Miami, FL 33130
    305-285-3030 Finnegan's calls itself an Irish pub and sports bar, and the interior portion of the restaurant fits that bill. The bulk of the room is occupied by dining tables, pool tables, and a bar boasting Guinness and a half-dozen other beers on tap. At night, the space takes on a darker pub ambiance, with much of the illumination coming from a glowing fish tank and eight plasma TV screens. Oysters on the half-shell ($11.95 for a dozen) don't exhibit much in the way of bright, briny flavor. The Rockefeller ($8.95) rendition's topping of creamed spinach and mozzarella cheese smothered whatever fresh appeal the oysters might have had. Most other appetizers are fried and can be sampled together on a combo plate containing calamari and a pair each of coconut shrimp, chicken strips, Buffalo wings, and sliders. All but the squid tasted like prebreaded frozen product dumped directly from the box to the deep fryer. Cups of tartar sauce, honey mustard, and cocktail sauce on the side were likely poured straight from gallon jugs. There are a number of lobster and crab treatments on the menu, but the only other seafood entrées are, oddly enough, the usual sushi roll suspects (dragon, rainbow, and spider, all under $12) and catch of the day ($17.95). Entrées come with suggested wine pairings, each highlighted in red on the menu. We suggest putting down a pint of Guinness instead. Read more about this Miami bar or club >>

  • 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 this Miami bar or club >>

  • 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 this Miami bar or club >>

  • RedBar Brickell

    52 SW 10th St. Miami, FL 33130

  • Rosa Mexicano

    Rosa Mexicano

    900 S. Miami Ave. Miami, FL 33130
    786-425-1001 As Rosa has expanded nationally over the years, its upscale take on Mexican standards has dissipated somewhat. But surprise, surprise: The cuisine at the new South Beach branch boasts strong, cleanly defined flavors; the service staff works with relay-team efficiency; and a festive ambiance prevails. Among starters, don't miss the red snapper tostadas: lime-macerated cubes of fish sprinkled with baby arugula leaves, queso fresco, Serrano chilies, truffle oil, and bacon crisps. Zarape de pollo rocks too, with moist, sassily smoked-and-seasoned morsels of chicken sandwiched between two corn tortillas and bathed in yellow-pepper/habanero sauce. A basket of corn tortillas with pronounced notes of corn and slaked lime come alongside juicy strips of carne asada in a mini-cast-iron skillet with melted Chihuahua cheese - a make-your-own taco kit. Vegetarians can build their own tacos from a skillet of mixed vegetables, red beans, and flax-seed tortillas. Rosa's mellow mole Veracruz is one of the better restaurant versions, here bathing shredded beef enchiladas. A more unusual treat presents two roasted ancho chiles rellenos swelled with shredded lamb shoulder and cabbage in pipián sauce. Other main plates ($15 to $27) include short ribs, pork shank, and steak and shrimp stew. Desserts ($7.50 to $8.50) are prepared in-house by pastry chef Jai Kendall. Banana chocolate-chip cake funneled with peanut butter mousse and topped with chocolate syrup and cinnamon-swirled banana ice cream might sound a bit overwrought, but just say yes. Read more about this Miami bar or club >>

  • 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 this Miami bar or club >>

  • Soleil Bar & Grill

    1395 Brickell Ave. Miami, FL 33131

  • 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 this Miami bar or club >>

  • 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 this Miami bar or club >>