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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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  • Atrio Restaurant & Wine Room at Conrad Miami

    Atrio Restaurant & Wine Room at Conrad Miami

    1395 Brickell Ave. Miami, FL 33131
    305-503-6529 Atrio Restaurant is a bit stuffy and serious, but that's not surprising -- it's nestled in the Conrad Miami, a hotel frequented primarily by business travelers. But situated on the 25th floor of the building, within floor-to-ceiling windows and romantic balconies, Atrio boasts a beautiful view of Brickell. The menu and culinary direction, though, have suffered from some chef-shuffling in the past few years. First it produced "Asian-Latin-influenced progressive American cuisine" under the helm of Michael Gilligan, went through a four-month period with no culinary director, and then transferred hands to Jonathan McCann, who produces mainly American comfort food with few flourishes. While hearty but small portions of Angus filet with béarnaise sauce ($36) and roasted halibut served with a polenta cake, fava beans, and radish slaw ($35) are certainly satisfying, the prices suggest more cutting-edge execution or creative ingredient pairing. Some more interesting choices include an appetizer of smoked duck carpaccio served with celery root salad and truffle vinaigrette ($15) and stuffed rabbit saddle that comprises a braised leg, zucchini ribbons, and olive jus ($28). Read more about Atrio Restaurant & Wine Room at Conrad Miami >>

  • Cafeina


    297 NW 23rd St. Miami, FL 33127
    305-438-0792 One day, 23rd Street might resemble Ocean Drive, but for now, it's a dark street on a dark block on a dark side of town. This bar and lounge, the Wynwood Café District's first, is an oasis. The venue includes a spacious outdoor area with couches under glowstick-lit tree branches, a goth-like candlelit interior, an art gallery, and a kitchen helmed by chef Guily Booth, who makes a killer crab cake, according to Martha Stewart. Hoping to lure in pre-party groups, Cafeina offers an ample drink and tapas menu. Dishes come out in no particular order; they include items such as mini Kobe burgers, Moroccan quesadillas ($10), Chicken and chorizo burgers ($9), and mini Cuban sandwiches with lamb ($12). Service is friendly, but later hours are busy. Entertainment includes DJs. Valet parking is available. Read more about Cafeina >>

  • Club Pink Pussycat

    Club Pink Pussycat

    3890 NW 36th St. Miami, FL 33142

  • Curley's

    8517 NW 22nd Ave. Miami, FL 33147

  • Deb's Lounge

    5832 NW 27th Ave. Miami, FL 33142

  • The Dogpound

    5660 NW Seventh Ave. Miami, FL 33127

  • El Rincon De Quisqueya

    9513 NW 27th Ave. Miami, FL 33147

    Next time you're up North Miami way and jonesing for some cheap, authentic eats - sidle up to this Dominican cafeteria of sorts. Stuff your empty tummy with white and red beans, pork ribs, stewed beef, spaghetti and rotisserie chicken. The offerings change daily, but you always count on a satisfying homemade meal. A small portion runs $4, a regular $6 and a large $8. Can't beat that with a chicken bone. Read more about El Rincon De Quisqueya >>

  • Eve


    1306 N. Miami Ave. Miami, FL 33136
    305-995-5050 Eve is a nightclub, concert venue, and event space in Downtown Miami's club row. Between signature weekly parties, hip hop shows, and indie concerts, the place stays busy. The front door leads into an outdoor area with a bar and line of cabanas. There's also the "Red Room" with a bar and DJ booth, and the main room with a long bar, DJ booth, and stage. This late night spot is known for afterhours debauchery. Read more about Eve >>

  • Fado Irish Pub

    Fado Irish Pub

    900 S. Miami Ave. Miami Miami, FL 33130

    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 >>

  • Fever Liquors and Lounge

    1622 NW 62nd St. Miami, FL 33147-7932

  • Foxxy Lady Lounge

    Foxxy Lady Lounge

    1800 NW 79th St. Miami, FL 33147
    305-691-5032 This urban entertainment venue offers exotic dancing women, rap dj's, and live hip hop performances. The bar is fully stocked with beer and liquor and the staff is accommodating. Located on historic 79th street, the club is one of many in a long history of nightlife in the area. The venue works closely with area radio stations and local promoters to produce exciting events on a regular basis. Read more about Foxxy Lady Lounge >>

  • Hoy Como Ayer

    Hoy Como Ayer

    2212 SW Eighth St. Miami, FL 33135
    305-541-2631 Think CBGB as a nostalgic salsa joint in the heart of Little Havana and you have this place. The low ceiling and adoring portraits of Latin stars in this intimate space remind the rotating Latin funk bands where it all started. Read more about Hoy Como Ayer >>

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    L'Boulevard Cafe

    3632 NW 25th Ave. Miami, FL 33142
    305-637-0599 This is Miami, and what's the point of living in a piece of Latin paradise if you're not into sexy beats? The misleadingly monikered L'Boulevard Cafe is your home for late night bachata, reggaeton, trance and hip-hop. It's a sweaty, sultry scene - and that's what this city is all about. They host weekly all-you-can-drink specials, plus appearances by Latin bands and local rappers. One thing's for sure, it's always a party at this Little Santo Domingo spot. Read more about L'Boulevard Cafe >>

  • Las Trompetas

    11423 SW 40th St. Miami, FL 33165-3311

  • Mariachi Aguila Real

    3620 NW 30th Ave. Miami, FL 33142

  • Mekka Nightclub

    Mekka Nightclub

    950 NE Second Ave. Miami, FL 33132
    305-371-3773 This nightlife megaplex in Downtown Miami is famous for its afterhours parties. Events here don't start until 4 in the morning. DJs of the house, bass, and open format music varieties flex their musical muscles till well past sunrise. For the true, latenight, Miami dance club experience, Mekka is what you are looking for. Read more about Mekka Nightclub >>

  • The News Lounge

    The News Lounge

    5580 NE 4th Ct. Miami, FL 33137
    305-758-9932 This lounge, located in the 55th Street Station complex owned by Mark Soyka, is Miami's hangout mecca for local artists, musicians, pro skateboarders, writers, and Scrabble enthusiasts. It's mainly a nighttime lounge and bar, but it also serves salads, sandwiches, and appetizers. One of the most popular dishes is the sliders ($8 for two), made with Angus beef patties, smoked cheddar, bacon, sautéed onions, and chipotle ketchup. Another recommended dish is the tuna tartare ($11): Raw ahi tuna comes served with avocado, sesame seeds, soy dressing, sriracha sauce, and country bread. The News Lounge is an ideal place to begin your night, with daily 5-to-9 p.m. happy-hour specials including $3 Heinekens and $6 Bacardi mojitos. The décor is industrial/art deco, featuring '30s movie posters, mannequins on old-fashioned bicycles, and copper fittings from downtown buildings. Guests can sit inside at tables or on couches, or outside on a bed or rocking chair, among other options in their garden area. On a quiet night, head to the pool table in the back; it's perfect. Read more about The News Lounge >>

  • Ovidio Club

    2404 NW 27th Ave. Miami, FL 33142

  • Post

    1777 SW Third Ave. Miami, FL 33129

  • Red Bar

    50 SW 10th St Miami, FL 33130-4128

  • Sports Grill

    11481 SW 40th St. Miami, FL 33165-3311

  • Tiny's 22

    9125 Northwest 22nd Ave. Miami, FL 33147

  • Tipico Dominicano

    Tipico Dominicano

    1344 NW 36th St. Miami, FL 33142
    305-634-7819 The line forms outside on an industrial stretch of 36th Street in Allapattah and money is collected in a cramped anteroom. But this club is homey and welcoming. A central, elevated dance floor has to be seen to be believed, and the well-lit space offers food, drinks, and plenty of tables. Weekly live radio broadcasts from El Zol 95 FM generate a party crowd that dances to new and traditional bachata music till 5 a.m. Read more about Tipico Dominicano >>

  • Voyage

    66 SW Sixth St. Miami, FL 33130
    786-351-5220 It's pronounced voy-yaj -- and if that wasn't intrusive enough, it takes over everyone's favorite place, Bricks. Yeah, right. But seriously though, Voyage is brought to you by Eric Major and Omar Rosario. If those names mean nothing to you, know this: they were involved with the creation of such gems as Park West, Pawn Shop, Level, Warehouse, Crobar, and Dolce. Look out the "VIP card" system, which is meant to get the local crowd coming back -- and should mean excellent service for you. Read more about Voyage >>

  • Warehaus

    565 NW 27th St. Miami, FL 33127

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