King of Diamonds

17800 Ipco Rd.
Miami, FL 33162
305-999-9500
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Alex Markow

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  • Daily 6pm-5am
  • $$$$
  • Full bar
  • Parking Lot Available
They say the expression "make it rain" originated at King of Diamonds, 'cuz this spot has seen more showers than the Amazon rainforest. The likes of every African American NFL player, rapper and Bugati-driver have taken a turn or ten at America's favorite black strip club. The bottles pop, the bootys shake and magic happens behind the velvet ropes. Bring the bucks though - a night at this North Miami Beach mainstay doesn't come cheap. But nobody ever said beautiful women did.

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