Bars in Miami

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Though it’s long been a cocktail kind of town (few cities do vintage drinks like this city does—don’t miss the Broken Shaker or Regent Cocktail Club)... Read More

Though it’s long been a cocktail kind of town (few cities do vintage drinks like this city does—don’t miss the Broken Shaker or Regent Cocktail Club), the craft beer revolution has finally made its way to South Florida. But for every swanky rooftop bar, ultra lounge, or handcrafted drinkery, there’s a dive bar with your name on it when you’re dipping into Miami nightlife.

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  • 1930s House

    1930s House lives up to its name: it's an historic 1930s bungalow that was relocated across the street (piece by piece) to a beachfront spot on the... Read More

  • Ball & Chain

    In its original incarnation, Ball & Chain welcomed some of the world's most talented performers of the 30s, 40s, and 50s, including Billie Holiday,... Read More

  • Blackbird Ordinary

    An antidote to the sceney drinkeries of South Beach, Blackbird Ordinary offers everything you need for a laidback night of cocktails and conversation.... Read More

  • Hyde Beach

    Since opening its doors in 2012, the SLS South Beach has become an all-hours kind of venue, perhaps even more so for non-guests who flock to the hotel... Read More

  • Libertine

    Endeavoring to stay true to its speakeasy concept, the most important thing to know about the after-hours spot Libertine is how to find it. Look for a... Read More

  • Lido Bar & Lounge

    "Drinking games" take on a whole new meeting at the Lido Bar & Lounge, the lobby bar at The Standard Spa Miami Beach. While the bar area at the... Read More

  • LILT Lounge

    Located at the EPIC Hotel in Brickell, LILT Lounge is the kind of place where patrons don't have to scream in order to have a conversation. Though it's... Read More

  • Mac's Club Deuce

    Count on Mac's Club Deuce to serve as the epicenter of South Beach's dive bar scene almost any hour of the day. Located just a block from the beach, it... Read More

  • The Abbey Brewing Company

    Miami has always been more of a cocktail kind of town, which is what makes The Abbey Brewing Company a bit of an anomaly. Located mere steps from... Read More

  • The Bar Behind Coyo Taco

    That a taqueria would have an impressive supply of tequila on hand is hardly surprising. That a taqueria would hide a tequila bar just a few steps past... Read More

  • The Broken Shaker

    What began as a popular pop-up cocktail lounge has become a permanent fixture on Indian Creek, and the gold standard for craft cocktail-making in Miami.... Read More

  • The Drawing Room

    On the heels of a $150 million renovation, the Shelborne Wyndham Grand South Beach is positioning itself to once again become a destination hotel on... Read More

  • The Regent Cocktail Club

    A cocktail club in every sense of the word, The Regent (located at the Gale Hotel) takes guests back to the days of pre-prohibition, before the dark and... Read More

  • The Rum Line

    Rum lovers, rejoice! This terrace bar at the Loews Miami is the closest you'll get to mid-century Havana without traveling back in time. Putting a... Read More

  • Wood Tavern

    The only rule at Wood Tavern is that there are no rules—and that's a good thing. Built as a true neighborhood pub, the picnic table-filled Wynwood spot... Read More

  • WunderBar

    Located off the lobby of the Circa 39 Hotel, WunderBar is yet another way that the newly renovated hotel is harkening back to the days when Miami Beach... Read More

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