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  • acoustic shell

    at the corner of Euclid Ave. and Lincoln Road Miami Beach, FL 33139

  • All Souls

    4025 Pine Tree Drive Miami Beach, FL 33140

  • Arena Restaurant & Lounge

    653 Washington Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-397-8854

    http://arenamiamibeach.com/

  • The Beachplex

    21st St. & Collins Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139
    954-563-4444

    http://www.wintermusicconference.com

  • Breez

    Breez

    1500 Ocean Drive Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-532-8999

  • Colony Theatre

    Colony Theatre

    1040 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-674-1040

    http://www.colonytheatremiamibeach.com Located in the heart of South Beach, Lincoln Road, the Colony Theater has remained one of South Florida’s most popular entertainment venues since 1935. The Deco-Style Colony Theater hosts entertainment programs worth your time, including music, dance, opera, comedy, and film. As a completely refurbished venue, the Colony Theater now encompasses 430 seats with a perfect view of the stage. More >>

  • Escopazzo

    Escopazzo

    1311 Washington Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-674-9450

    http://www.escopazzo.com Since opening on Washington Avenue in 1993, the restaurant's calling card has been creative Northern Italian cuisine. That hasn't changed, but nowadays, the restaurants' fruits, vegetables, and dairy products are organic, beef is grass-fed and hormone-antibiotic free, and a few raw food selections have been added to the menu. Healthier, yes, but those seeking classic Italian fare will still find comfort in a starter of grilled, goat-cheese-stuffed eggplant rolls atop a gentle sauté of baby calamari, sweet cherry tomatoes, and mint. Or in a hearty main course of rosemary tagliatelle with Bolognese sauce. Escopazzo's kitchen's at mixing and matching big flavors is evident in a signature starter of silky asparagus flan floated in a creamy fondue of fontiana and smoked provola cheeses, capped with crispy shiitake mushrooms and misted with a whiff of white truffle oil. Escopazzo is expensive. The trio of meat entrées, for instance, cost $45 to $58. There is no questioning the quality: Barbera wine-braised beef short rib, pan-seared veal chop, and espresso-dusted, Kurobuta pork tenderloin are naturally raised. Tiramisu might just be South Beach's best, meltingly tender and lifted by assertive coffee undertones. More >>

  • Fifteen O One Barton G's

    1501 Collins Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-672-8881

  • The Fillmore Miami Beach

    The Fillmore Miami Beach

    1700 Washington Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-673-7300

    http://www.fillmoremb.com Fillmore comes to Miami, turning the old Jackie Gleason Theatre into an awesome rock-venue. The sound system is superb. More >>

  • FIU Miami Beach Urban Studios

    420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-535-1463

  • FYE Music

    501 Collins Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-534-3667

    Record store with in-store events. More >>

  • Highbar at Dream South Beach Hotel

    Highbar at Dream South Beach Hotel

    1111 Collins Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-534-8455

    http://highbarmiami.com/ With it's artfully designed pool, Highbar is literally a classy watering hole. Offering the best in South Beach cocktail culture, light bites, and hip DJs, the venue regularly hosts a variety of cutting edge events and entertainment; and the Sunday Dreamin' pool party brings your nightlife to the day light. More >>

  • Kill Your Idol

    Kill Your Idol

    222 Española Way Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-534-1009

    A statue of Bruce Lee's karate-ripped body overlooks the bar. A World War II Hindenburg hub floats from the ceiling. An astronaut in a space suit hangs next to a dangling chandelier made of glass bottles. A bearded dude wearing an Hoy Polloy T-shirt scores on the Playboy pinball machine, and chicks in high-waisted black shorts show off their perfectly toned abs as they chug glass after glass of free vodka soda during ladies' night on Wednesdays. Killer riffs and catchy beats from Jean Jacket and other local indie acts captivate the crowd, and a DJ gets the party started and asses shaking with some serious electro-pop dance tunes. There are regular karaoke nights, the long-running gay party night Glitter Box Mondays, and a good selection of craft beers and well-mixed cocktails. That whole eclectic-meets-hipster vibe that Kill Your Idol's got going is what makes it a diamond in the rough of uhntz-uhntz powerhouses dominating SoBe's drinking scene. More >>

  • La Flora Hotel

    1238 Collins Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-531-3406

  • Larios on the Beach

    Larios on the Beach

    820 Ocean Drive Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-532-9577

    http://www.bongoscubancafe.com (Also in Downtown Miami) Owned by the Estefans, this Cuban sidewalk café has been a primary destination since its opening in 1992 for those who prefer the scenery of Ocean Drive but like the flavor of Eighth Street. For small bucks get big satisfying plates of vaca frita smothered with onions; chicken breast stuffed with chopped shrimp, chicken and yellow rice; and some of the best black beans in the city. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner. More >>

  • Lime Bar

    1771 W. Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-534-9952

  • Mambos

    1020 Ocean Drive Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-538-9029

  • Menage Nightclub

    1532 Washington Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-538-9191

    Add to the name of the club "a trois," and you've got the feel. Greco-Roman statuettes and live dancing beauties add to the bacchanalian air, all accompanied by deep house music. More >>

  • Mezzaluna

    834 Ocean Drive Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-674-1330

  • Miami City Ballet

    Miami City Ballet

    2200 Liberty Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-929-7000

    http://www.miamicityballet.org Despite the charms of binge drinking and dive bars - our city's nightlife scene can get a little old after awhile. It's times like these that call for a classic cultural affair - IE, the ballet. With the Miami City Ballet, an internationally acclaimed company, we've got one of the world's best in our own backyard. With more than 40 lithe young dancers and a budget of more than $13 million, it's basically a ballet powerhouse. Their Miami Beach headquarters span a whopping 63,000 square foot, and the group's repertoire includes more than 94 productions including the likes of Prodigal Son, Apollo, Agon and The Four Temperaments. Individual tickets start at $20, so even the riff-raff can afford a little refinement. So break out your Sunday best and skip the bar scene for an evening. There's something to be said for grace and talent over beer goggles and slurred speech. More >>

  • Monty

    Monty's Sunset

    300 Alton Road Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-672-1148

    http://www.montyssouthbeach.com Monty's has been an institution in the 305 for as long as most locals can remember. It once dominated the chi-chi restaurant scene but then lost its luster after real gourmands moved to town. This is not to say dinner at Monty's is akin to eating at Applebee's, but it's pretty close and definitely more expensive -- a hot dog goes for $7. Probably to offset the loss of patrons, Monty's caters to the drinking crowd. Indeed, it has become a frequent hangout for those who like to unwind after work and on weekends without having to deal with insane parking or long lines. In spite of that, you can still get more substantial fare here too. Among the most popular menu items are the lobster shrimp roll ($16) and the ribs ($23). Crab claws ($34) are also a favorite and vary by season -- October 15 to May 15 for Florida stone crabs and May 16 through October 14 for Jonahs. The service and food are OK but overpriced. More >>

  • Mynt Ultralounge

    Mynt Ultralounge

    1921 Collins Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139
    786-276-6132

    Want to stand in front of a velvet rope for a couple of hours? Then try getting into this upscale lounge without an invitation or your name on a guest list. It's worth the wait. Mynt's egg-white decor, augmented by lime green colors and tastefully hung drapes, makes it one of the most beautiful-looking, albeit exclusive, locales in South Beach. More >>

  • Nerve

    247 23rd St. Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-695-8697

    South Beach proletariat come to Nerve to escape the neon hue of Art Deco. Antique erotic lithographs adorn the restroom stalls of the spunky joint opened by never-nervous Rudolf Piper. He cloaks the laid-back lounge with Manhattan audacity -- most notably the Coyote Ugly-inspired bartenders. More >>

  • New World Center

    New World Center

    500 17th St. Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-673-3331

    http://www.nws.edu The sleek, stunning stylings of the Frank Gehry-designed New World Center could almost overshadow the sounds of its inhabitants. Almost. But Miami Beach's kings (and queens) of classical music manage to do their digs justice. Here you can listen in on some of the nation's most outstanding young musicians before they move on to even bigger things. With more than 60 annual performances (many of them free), the New World Symphony is impressively prolific. There's also an on-site Soundscape, where films and performances are screened on a 7,000 foot outdoor projection wall while attendees lounge on the lawn, drinking wine and nibbling at cheese. Plus, they host post-performance parties that are a little more action-packed than the earlier affairs. All in all, impressive is an understatement. More >>

  • Orchid Lounge

    619 Washington Ave Miami Beach, FL 33139
    305-532-4445

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