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  • Tennessee Williams Theatre

    5901 College Road Key West, FL 33040
    305-296-1520

  • The Rooftop at the Perry South Beach

    The Rooftop at the Perry South Beach

    2377 Collins Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139
    786-472-1153

    http://www.perrysouthbeachhotel.com A rooftop bar with poolside seats and an oceanfront view. Head for the gold elevators through the lobby at the Perry. Wasabi peas are the bar snacks, and tropical drinks are a specialty. But you can get a variety of liquors any way you like. Locals congregate here for weekend debauchery. More >>

  • The Theatre

    854 Conniston Road West Palm Beach, FL 33405
    561-833-7305

  • Therapy Miami

    60 NE 11th St. Miami, FL 33132

    http://www.clubtherapymiami.com

  • Tickets Sports Theatre

    901 S. Federal Highway Hallandale, FL 33009
    954-457-6201

  • The Tides South Beach

    The Tides South Beach

    1220 Ocean Drive Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-604-5070

    http://www.tidessouthbeach.com Open, sleek, and airy, with a subdued tropical Deco vibe, this bar is one of the classiest watering holes on the Beach. After dinner you can light up a nice stogie and enjoy a well-aged bourbon while listening to the sounds of live piano music. More >>

  • Titanic Brewery

    Titanic Brewery

    5813 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Coral Gables, FL 33146
    305-667-2537

    http://www.titanicbrewery.com

  • Titanic Brewery and Restaurant

    Titanic Brewery and Restaurant

    5813 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Coral Gables, FL 33146
    305-668-1742

    http://www.titanicbrewery.com This brewpub across the way from the University of Miami is owned by beer lover Kevin Rusk, who makes it a point to pour good, homemade suds to accompany great live music. Since the place opened in the Nineties, the menu hasn't changed an iota. The seasonal brews are always a delight: The Triple Screw is a fail-safe standby, and the guest-starring Woodchuck cider tastes like frothy heaven. Generously sized empanada appetizers boast tasty meat interiors and flaky pastry exteriors. Other standouts include crawfish-and-andouille bisque, and steamed mussels "fra diablo." On a recent visit, the steerage skirt steak sandwich came dangerously rare in the middle, but the Santa Fe chicken salad, with creamy garlic dill dressing, was crunchy and delicious. Dinner entrée prices top out at $17.95, which will nab you either a rib eye steak or soft-shell crabs, and $14.95 for shrimp étoufée is a steal. Rotating rock bands and slurring coeds are regular fixtures. The Sunday night karaoke delivers a hearty dose of Journey and Sublime. More >>

  • Tobacco Road

    Tobacco Road

    626 S. Miami Ave. Miami, FL 33130
    305-374-1198

    http://www.tobacco-road.com 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. More >>

  • Tryst

    Tryst

    4 E. Atlantic Ave. Delray Beach, FL 33444
    561-921-0201

    http://www.trystdelray.com Executive chef Julian Greaves, formerly of Sol Kitchen, has put together a menu of small plates, bar food, comfort food, and bistro classics that pairs exquisitely with the excellent list of 50-plus, personality-forward craft beers. With input from a quartet of restaurant-savvy owners (Rodney Mayo and Scott Freilich, who own Dada, the Dubliner, and Howley's Diner; Butch Johnson from 32 East next door; and Dave Robinson of Delux nightclub), he's created dishes as aromatic, intense, and highly seasoned as these beautiful beers, matching them stride for stride with nightly specials (seared black cod, pork tenderloin), small plates (fish tacos, Indian spiced lamb chops, fish and chips), and chef's favorites (foie gras with bread pudding, pad Thai). Go early or midweek if you want time and space to eat and explore the beer list at leisure: Weekends are a madhouse. More >>

  • Twenty Twenty Projects

    2020 Northwest Miami Miami, FL 33127

  • University of Miami Gusman Hall

    1314 Miller Drive Coral Gables, FL 33146
    305-284-2446

  • Up Yours Luv Records

    P.O. Box 220908 Hollywood, FL 33022
    954-893-8592

  • The Vagabond

    The Vagabond

    30 NE 14th St. Miami, FL 33132
    305-379-0508

    http://www.thevagabondmiami.com The outskirts of Miami's Overtown hood are becoming a gentrified version of the Sunset Strip in LA. This club's DJ plays Bad Brains, as skate videos are projected onto a large outdoor movie screen. Any questions? Famous UK DJ John Digweed is one of the owners, we voted it the Best New Bar in 2008, and the Bad Girls Club Miami filmed a chick fight here last year. More >>

  • Vanilla Bar

    671 Washington Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-673-1640

  • The Vault

    145 N. Miami Ave. Miami, FL 33128
    786-375-5156

    http://www.thevaultmiami.com Soho-style trendy Miami gay bar with spice. That should make sense. If it doesn't, oh well. There is an actual vault in this venue, thus the name. If you are gay, straight, or whatever, check it out. More >>

  • Victor E. Clarke Recital Hall

    5501 San Amaro Drive Coral Gables, FL 33146
    305-284-6477

    http://music.miami.edu

  • Wakeupstar Studio

    120 NW 35th St. Miami, FL 33127
    305-314-3055

    http://wakeupstar.com/

  • Warehaus

    565 NW 27th St. Miami, FL 33127

  • Warehouse

    6502 NE Second Ave. Miami, FL 33138

  • Warehouse 1415

    1415 Northeast 129th St. North Miami, FL 33161
    305-494-1155

  • The Warehouse

    10250 Southwest 107th Ave. Palmetto Bay, FL 33176
    786-486-6963

  • Wet Bar

    1728 SW 8th St. Miami, FL 33135
    305-244-3069

    http://www.wetbarmiami.com

  • Wet Willie

    Wet Willie's

    760 Ocean Drive Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-532-5650

    http://www.wetwillies.com The bar at Wet Willie's offers a wide selection of blended alcoholic beverages that are prepared behind the counter in slushy style. Patrons can plop down on the first floor, but the seating on the second-floor deck provides a view of the street and beach. The atmosphere is laid-back and fun, with quirky spray-painted walls, some featuring penguins. Wet Willie's strength lies in its frozen drinks, most notably the Call-a-Cab ($10 for large), made with diesel 153 grain alcohol, rum, and cherry flavoring. Also popular is the Superman ($10 for large), a mix of Call-a-Cab and Shock Treatment (same as Call-a-Cab but with lemonade flavoring). The best dishes here are appetizers such as chicken strips and fries ($9.95), consisting of fried boneless tenders served with Willie's own sweet-and-spicy barbecue sauce and chive-honey mustard sauce. Other typical items include fish fingers and fries ($9.95), made from white fish and served with Cajun tartar sauce. Service is friendly. Willie's is ideal for capping off a relaxing day at the beach or complementing a night out at South Beach clubs. More >>

  • World Pie

    World Pie

    1906 Collins Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-695-8869

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