Sisters Britt and Alexis Soler, part-owners of No. 308, aimed to fuse their Miami upbringing and experience in the hospitality industry with a love for great design and a knack for creating some of the city's best cocktails. The result is their much anticipated new bar, Old Glory, that was more than a year in the making and occupies an old boiler room behind Taco Mamacita in Edgehill Village's brick complex. Spanning multiple levels with seating a mix of barstools, plush banquettes, cushy chairs, and benches, the sisters set out to create a neighborhood hang spot in an area brimming with songwriters, entrepreneurs, and creative types but lacking in watering holes. On top of its roster of skilled bartenders—and a menu of small bites, the perfect complement to the well thought out drinks list—Old Glory is one of only two bars in town to lay claim to a Clinebell ice machine, which the Solers use to elevate their cocktail game even further (though in true purist form, the Soler duo plans to keep menu items streamlined, with each drink consisting of just a couple key ingredients). A bonus: They're open seven days a week, starting at noon.