Recent arrival Bob's Your Uncle, like many Miami Beach denizens, hails from New York City, where its older sibling originated in 2015. But don't let this hole-in-the-wall's import status deter you from partaking of its quirky, Normandy Isle neighborhood vibe. The bar is festooned with framed images of Bobs past and present, from Hope to De Niro to Sponge. The cocktails are cheap and well made – the menu is divided into spritzes ($9), mules ($10), and cocktails ($11). You can get a Genesee Cream Ale or a Jell-O shot for $3. (When's the last time you went to a bar that served Jell-O shots? The correct answer is "too long ago" but that's about to change, isn't it?) Keep the party going with a burger from Cheeseburger Baby, which has popped up in the kitchen. It's just like the Cheers bar, only everybody only knows one name, and that name is Bob. Open 3 p.m. to 3 p.m. (or curfew) daily.