is pulsating with hundreds of nightspots catering to every taste:
from hot salsa dance clubs to sit-down beer gardens to outrageous
all-night discos. Below, a select list of the best clubs and
bars Miami has to offer:
1334 Washington Avenue 305-531-3440
"The" late-night, SoBe hot spot for flamenco and salsa dancing.
Friday and Saturday night at 10 pm and midnight, flamenco shows
draw a young Latin crowd. Floor opens up to dancing between
1 and 4 am. Also serves Spanish and Latin-influenced dishes
for dinner. Good place for sangria and paella.
10730 NW 25th Street West Miami-Dade
rustic roadhouse featuring classic and contemporary salsa, merengue,
Sunday: Latin alternative band showcase.
16480 NW 117th St. Hialeah Gardens 305-827-1659
ranch with live music, pony rides, DJ salsa Saturday nights
Millennium at Millennium Star Club
7335 NW 36th St. NW Miami-Dade
salsa disco with the best Latin rock acts on Thursday nights
142 NE 11th Street 305-375-0001
popular dance club - over 2000 square feet of dance floor. Special
events with internationally known DJ's. Liquor.
NE 11th St
Miami, FL 33132 786-425-9111
All-night bar and local and international DJ's make this a popular
spot for "club kids" who love dance and trance music.
Beach "SoBe" Dance Clubs
The South Beach club scene is wild, fun and fickle: what's "in"
changes almost with the tide. Many of the clubs line Washington
Avenue. Here are a few of the trendiest:
320 S. Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
elegantly renovated warehouse great for drinking or dancing.
1235 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach 305-532-1525
famous multilevel dance club with weekly special events including
fashion shows, reggae nights.
136 Collins Avenue 305-674-8630
space, wild decadence. Home of club jet-setters and the glitterati.
Not easy to get in; it helps to look "fabulous".
101 Ocean Dr Miami Beach, FL 33139 305-538-1111
outdoor nightclub/restaurant with an elegant tropical feel
(hammocks, tents, tiki torches). Beachfront bar has private
cabanas and showers. On Sunday afternoons, the "beautiful
people" can be found at the club's highly selective beach
1 Ocean Dr Miami Beach, FL 33139-7321 305-538-1111
Pool, beer, beach, good music, sand volleyball - these are
the basic ingredients for the success of this South Beach
1771 West Avenue, South Beach 305.673.6508
Enormous dance club with a weekly circuit party.
Shadow Lounge 1532 Washington Avenue 305.531.9411
A South Beach favorite with mind altering progressive house
and trance music.
1427 West Avenue, South Beach Phone: 305.673.1717
Very hot salsa scene on the beach.
100 SW 17th Avenue, Miami 305-631-0301
soccer on a big screen TV while downing cold beer and excellent
for mixing with the "Beautiful People" in SoBe:
The Living Room
671 Washington Avenue MB 305-532-2340
1 Ocean Drive 305-538-1111
Square 411 Washington Avenue, South Beach 305.672.2000
Restaurant and Pravda-like bar that serves caviar and vodka.
After your meal, loosen up to the beats of classic dance hits.
247 23rd Street MB 305-695-8697
bar with good martinis, a pool table and no cover charge.
American Bar at the Eden Roc Resort
4525 Collins Avenue
50s era resort restored to its original swanky glamour. Piano
bar overlooking the hotel pool is a great place for enjoying
any of twenty martini blends while listening to live music.
625 Lincoln Avenue MB 305-532-0087
gourmet beer garden with outside seating and a great recipe
for popularity: $2 beers!
Bars: A "dive" bar is a plain, no-frills bar that
possesses a sense of "character" and history, whether
it be vintage Hawaiian "tiki" decor, a seedy but colorful
clientele, or a darn good bartender.
are some of the best dive bars in Miami:
@ the Capital Grille
444 Brickell Avenue 305-374-4580
bar where stock brokers and investment bankers can nurse their
drinks while watching a streaming news and stock ticker on the
Blues Bar and Grill
60 Merrick Way CB 305-774-1883
blues/jazz club and restaurant open 7 days a week. A popular
place to listen to live bands, eat Cajun-style food, and nurse
a cool drink.