Blackbird Ordinary

729 SW First Ave.
Miami, FL 33130
305-671-3307
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  • Mon-Fri 3pm-5am, Sat 6pm-5am
  • Full bar
  • Metered Parking, Street Parking

Is it a dive bar or a club? Upon arriving at Blackbird Ordinary in search of a serious cocktail, you might think you've come to the wrong place. But the keen-eyed customer will spot the live herbs on the tables and the bartenders immersed in their craft. Specialty drinks are named for birds (duh), and, like the winged creatures, each cocktail is a beautiful and rare thing to behold. Whatever you choose, your drink will be assiduously prepared with house-made syrups and fresh fruits and herbs, allowing its combined flavors to take flight.

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