Nightlife

Eyes on Miami: Inside Miami's Biggest Post-Irma Parties

Elena Lee and Grace Jones
Elena Lee and Grace Jones World Red Eye
It's not easy having eyes all over the scene, being around to take in all the wild visuals at all the worthwhile places in the city. There are, however, those parties and gallery openings where a fortunate photographer can point and shoot. Every week, in collaboration with WorldRedEye, New Times brings you a solid recap of all the recent experiences you might have missed around Miami. It's impossible to be everywhere, but hey, we can try to keep our Eyes on Miami.

September 15

Ora Fridays: With Miami Beach finally back in full swing, party goers flocked to Ora for a much needed night out.

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Anastasiia Almazova
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September 16

Doheny Room Saturdays: Doheny Room was packed with a sexy crowd ready to take on Saturday night.

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E11even Saturdays: E11even was back in full swing as party goers poured in for a much needed night out.

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Rockwell Saturdays: After being cooped up from Irma, partiers were ready to release some energy — and did just that at Rockwell Saturday night.

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Austin Applegate
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Story Saturdays: Party people let all inhibitions go on the dance floor of Story Saturday night.

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Yvie Sanchez and Josie Galli
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Cherry Pop Saturdays at Sidebar: Eager partygoers packed Sidebar on Saturday night to get their drink on.

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Giulia Seabra
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Ora Saturdays: Ora was vibrant and sexy on Saturday night when the Miami scene came out for a great night.

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September 17

Secret Sin Sundays at Wall: The sinners were out to play at Wall Sunday night.

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