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  • D. Taft University Arena

    D. Taft University Arena

    3301 College Ave. Hollywood, FL 33314
    954-262-5730

  • Deauville Restaurant & Lounge's Famous Jazz Club

    6701 Collins Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33141
    305-403-7565

    http://www.deauvillelounge.com

  • Dekka

    139 Northeast 1st Ave. Hallandale, FL 33009
    954-455-2616

    http://www.dcafam.com

  • Diamond Lounge

    1166 W. 69th St. Hialeah, FL 33014

  • Do-Re-Mi Music Center

    1829 SW Eighth St. Miami, FL 33135
    305-541-3374

    Miami's as close to Latin America as it's possible to get - both physically and culturally. So it's no surprise that our city would have a spot like Do-Re-Mi Music Center, where the most obscure Latin tunes go to hide. They've got everything from music legends like Sandro and Celia Cruz to mainstream reggaeton and everything in between at this Little Havana outpost. And it's all on cds, vinyl, cassettes - whatever format floats your boat. Instruments, too. So if you're into Latin tunes - or you wanna be - this is a harmonious place to hang. More >>

  • The Door

    1748 NW 36th St. Miami, FL 33142

  • Doraku

    Doraku

    1104 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-695-8383

    http://www.dorakusushi.com It's hard not to love a martini, especially when it's nine bucks and consists of freshly puréed lychee, Grey Goose, and a twist of watermelon liqueur. Slap on a weekday happy hour (5 to 7 p.m.), when that drink gets discounted to $4, and you've got Doraku: a casually stylish Buddha/anime-themed Japanese eatery at the Alton Road entrance of Lincoln Road Mall. The menu deserves as much acclaim as the lovely libations. Food prices are a bit lower than those at most SoBe sushi bars. Dishes are generally more creative and tastier. Especially recommended is ahi poke ($11.50), with ahi tuna, red onions, and sea kelp drenched in a beautifully balanced sauce; decadent steamed miso mussels ($10.50); crisp Chilean sea bass garnished with cilantro ($14.95), as well as lobster tempura ($12.95), both lightly battered and near-greaselessly fried; and a coconut shrimp roll ($7.50), a textbook example of how to use tempura flakes with savory subtlety. There's also an unusually large selection of vegetarian items plus an extensive list of boutique sakes. More >>

  • Doraku

    Doraku

    1104 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-695-8383

    http://www.dorakusushi.com Friday happy hour at this casually stylish spot (a seafood spinoff of the old-school Benihana Japanese steak-house chain) has long been legendary among savvy sushi fans seeking a bargain. From 5 to 8 p.m., the price of a nine-buck specialty cocktail gets you two drinks and unlimited trips to a small but tasty buffet of sushi and Pan-Asian snacks. Don't pass up the regular menu, though; prices are no lower than those at any SoBe sushi bar, but dishes are generally more creative. Especially recommended is the carpaccio (salmon, hamachi, or ahi) in beautifully balanced sauces; crispy rock shrimp and oriental basil leaves; and a spicy, crispy salmon roll. There's also a large selection of vegetarian items and an extensive list of boutique sakes. More >>

  • The Historic Downtowner

    The Historic Downtowner

    10 S. New River Drive E. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
    954-463-9800

    http://www.downtownersaloon.com You've exited the jailhouse, and with just a few steps in the throwaway sandals so kindly provided, you've crossed the street — into the Downtowner Saloon's lot. Because that insufferable block of cement has just vanished from view, dine outside and relish the backdrop of downtown's unadulterated skyline. This coveted seat is far removed from the cold metal seats of yesteryear. You might have spent yesterday peering through thin slit windows, but now you have the horizon to contemplate: boats cruising under two cotton-candy-pink bridges. Order a cocktail or glass of wine and some food. It's not your last meal; you can come back tomorrow. There's a special no matter which night of the week you get bailed out of jail. More >>

  • Dreams

    3162 Commodore Plaza Coconut Grove, FL 33133
    305-285-1057

  • Duffy

    Duffy's Tavern

    2108 SW 57th Ave. Miami, FL 33155
    305-264-6580

    http://www.partyinmiami.com/with/duffystavern/index.htm When you really want to cheer a local team on, especially the Hurricanes or the Dolphins, you will fit right in wearing your most audacious colors at one of Miami's most historic sports bars. Every inch of wall space is lined with a sports banner or picture. More >>

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