You don't always need a special occasion for a girls' night out on the town. So why not hit one of the many local restaurants, bars, and lounges offering ladies' night during the week? Offering discounted drinks, food, and memorable scenes for your Instagram feed, they're incredible settings to blow off steam with your squad.
Here's a handy guide to the spots showing the most love for local ladies. Most incorporate music into their special nights, so you might
Here are the ten best ladies' nights in Miami.
1-800-Lucky143 NW 23rd St., Miami
Kick back with your crew at the 10,000-square-foot Wynwood food hall 1-800-Lucky, which gathers seven eateries, two bars, a karaoke room, and a small convenience store/record shop under one vibrant roof. Thursdays from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m., ladies score select free bar drinks that can be enjoyed anywhere on the premises. Stick around for entertainment: Beginning at 8, the venue throws its
The Anderson709 NE 79th St., Miami
This '80's-themed Upper Eastside lounge has ladies' night covered Thursdays when the mixologists behind the bar's unique craft cocktails menu shake free
Ball & Chain1513 SW Eighth St., Miami
You've downed plenty of drinks and indulged in a filling dinner, so what's next for your girls' night out in Miami? Of course it's dancing. Because of its genuinely unpretentious vibe, Ball & Chain on Calle Ocho is one of the best nightspots in town. While enjoying free well drinks from 8 to 10 p.m., dance your Wednesday night away, or get your karaoke on in front of an audience on the iconic Pineapple Stage. For a break from dancing and singing, people-watch from the indoor or outdoor bar. Arrive early to avoid the long line to get inside.
Basement Miami2901 Collins Ave., Miami Beach
Head to Basement with your phone fully charged — the lounge inside the Miami Beach Edition is one of the most I
Cantina la Veinte495 Brickell Ave., Miami
Planning your next fun girls' trip to Mexico? While you're trying to coordinate, this Mexican cantina in Brickell will do the trick. Cantina la Veinte, located inside the Icon Brickell, offers free margaritas every Wednesday from 5 to 10 at its upstairs and downstairs bars. If you and your friends are single, this is also a great place to mingle. The atmosphere is festive and casual, and people pop in and out all night.
El Patio Wynwood167 NW 23rd St., Miami
No. 3 Social50 NW 24th St., Miami
New Times' readers' choice for Best Ladies' Night, this swanky Wynwood rooftop bar, lounge, and music venue rises above all expectations of a traditional night on the town. Every Thursday beginning at 7 p.m., ladies enjoy 50 percent off specialty cocktails such as the Dirty Beet, made with tequila, beet juice, jalapeño, and Ancho R
Quinto la Huella788 Brickell Plaza, Miami
Start your week off on the right foot at Quinto la Huella. Nestled inside Brickell's East hotel, this Uruguayan eatery is a Monday ladies' destination offering complimentary rosé from 5 to 8 as part of its La Previa happy hour. Head here straight from the office if you want to sit and relax at the bar; otherwise, enjoy your wine in one of the dining rooms or the grill room, or find your way to the rooftop patio for some fresh air. The restaurant offers a stellar menu of South American meats, seafood,
Sweet Caroline1111 SW First Ave., Miami
It's hump day — time to get together with your besties and sing your blues away. There's always something happening at this intimate Brickell karaoke bar, but on
Villa Azur309 23rd St., Miami Beach
There's always a reason to grab a drink Monday night. In Miami Beach, Villa Azur has everything you and your friends need for a great time under one glitzy roof: 50 percent off the restaurant’s upscale French Mediterranean food (think oysters, lobster salad, truffle Brie, and filet mignon) and cocktails. The atmosphere is Côte d’Azur très chic, so dress to impress.
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