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Heart Nightclub - Closed

50 NE 11th St.
Miami, FL 33132
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Photo by Karli Evans

If you've been keeping up with Miami's Park West area, you know there's been a lot of recent closures, including Mekka and Will Call so far. The culprit? The impending Miami Worldcenter construction. And though, to some, Park West appears to be in danger of losing its status as a nightlife district, old favorites like Space and the Corner remain steady, while burgeoning clubs like E11even and Libertine find their respective crowds. Now the area is about to get a little more heart with Heart Nightclub, a destination "curated for music enthusiasts who value an unpretentious experience over velvet-rope exclusivity."

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