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The Bend Liquor Lounge

6844 NW 169th St.
Hialeah, FL 33015
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The Bend Liquor Lounge

Courtesy of the Bend Liquor Lounge

This strip-mall space in Hialeah used to be called Our Place — until that dive bar got busted by the feds May 2, 2014, for drug dealing and illegal gambling. Now under new ownership, the bar has gone legit. Architect Landy Lamas and builder Mo Lacayo have given these formerly sleazy digs a major face-lift, a fresh booze list, and a new name, opening as the Bend Liquor Lounge in February 2015.

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