Listen up, single ladies and lads. If you're in the mood for a good after-work drink in a trendy and upbeat atmosphere with scantily clad bartenders and mostly good-looking people, Blue Martini might be the place. The Mary Brickell Village outpost of the chain is large. There's an indoor area lit by blue and purple neon, and an outdoor terrace that is often packed. Let's not kid ourselves - food is not the focus here, but Blue Martini does serve some pretty solid bites to enjoy with your martini. The menu is small, offering a few appetizers such as spinach and artichoke dip and a shrimp martini with four types of flatbread. Entrées include seared tuna, sliced beef tenderloin, and lamb chops. The martini menu is more impressive, offering 42 versions of the drink - from sugary-sweet to dry - ranging from $14 to $16. Take advantage of happy-hour specials. Drinks and appetizers are half off every day from 4 to 8 p.m. And keep in mind that on Saturdays and Sundays, the velvet rope comes out and there's a $10 cover charge.