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Blackbird Ordinary is a favorite on the Miami bar scene. The decor is inspired by a Mad Men, 1950s and 60s-type lounge with its black leather booths and dim lighting. Blackbird Ordinary prides itself on being the type of place anyone can come, feel comfortable and have a good time. The menu features a host of original, signature cocktails as well as the usual suspects. For entertainment, the bar has classic games like Jenga and Rock Em Sock Em Robots available. The bar hosts live music acts on its outdoor stage frequently.
From the outside, this little bar might seem like any other dingy dive, but step inside and you will find yourself in a cocktail connoisseur's dream. Visitors can choose from classic, pre-Prohibition Era cocktails or order from the list of new, creative specialty cocktails. Or why not try both? Moonshine and Absinthe are combined with freshly made mixers and classy accoutrements for a drink like you've never had in your life. The vest-clad bartenders are happy to help you with any cocktail conundrums you may encounter or even mix up a custom cocktail on the fly just for you.
The Wood Tavern is one of Wynwood's favorite watering holes. This no frills bar makes anyone feel comfortable with its friendly bartenders, cushioned couches and warm atmosphere. Parts of it even feel like you're hanging out in a friend's den. The most popular part of the bar, however, is the large outdoor patio full of picnic tables and hanging lights, perfect for enjoying the warm Miami weather. As for the liquid offerings, the beer selection is exclusively good quality brews - no Budweiser or Coors at Wood. They also offer the regular selection of strong spirits and delicious cocktails. Wood Tavern is dog friendly, too, so you can bring your furry best friend along for the fun (or the attention).
Stepping into Monty's Sunset in South Beach is just like going on a mini-vacation. The spacious bar, the outdoor pool and the stunning waterside location with guests arriving by boat will make you feel like you're living the island life. In addition to the cozy atmosphere, a wide variety of fresh seafood from the raw bar like oysters, stone crab claws and clams to name a few add to the overall dining experience here. if you want something a little warmer, there's a selection of appetizers, salads, sandwiches and ribs as well. But don't forget the true reason you came, Monty's margaritas, beers and their signature Pain Removers.
Foxhole Bar is a favorite in South Beach. The bar has all the fun of a comfortable pub along with the decor of an upscale lounge. The two-story watering hole is full of all kinds of games from classic bar games like pool and darts to 1980s arcade games like Ms. Pac Man. All kinds of people can come to the Foxhole and have a good time, whether you're the South Beach clubby type or a strictly no-frills drinker. The bar is full of different, comfortable lounge areas for people who just want to sit around and have a good time with friends.
A chilled out place to beat the stress amidst a crowd that couldn't care less about pretensions. A great example of a typical dive bar, Ted's Hideaway mostly has locals coming here. It has happy hours twice a day and the prices get slashed to an extent where you could end up drinking more than you can contain. With its dark interior, it sure makes a great venue for watching football with your pals.
This is beach-front dining with a tropical theme. The café menu features island-inspired lunch and dinner entrees. The wait staff is definitely an attraction, sporting skin-tight, leopard-print uniforms. The occasional group dance routine keeps things interesting for diners and passers-by alike. Things really heat up around 9p, when a live band plays upbeat Latin music. It can be hard to manouvre past the businessmen and tourists who come to Mango's Tropical Cafe to down shots, so come early.
Club Deuce attracts folks from all stratas of society with its laid-back aura. With the jukebox plays a wide variety of music, the fun quotient of this place increases by the hour; the later, the better. Equipped with a horseshoe bar and pool table, it is surely set with all the elements that make a night out experience at a bar truly amazing. First established in 1926, this old timer still shines through when other establishments have come and gone. Don't forget to carry cash though as this 21-over club doesn't accept credit cards.
At Mynt Lounge, one of Miami Beach's most popular nightlife spots, you can come mingle with the beautiful people and celebrities who make this a regular destination for a good night out. The exclusive Mynt features a 40 foot bar as well as an aromatherapy system perpetually pumping sweet smells into the space. With DJs spinning soulful beats, Mynt will surely become your choice for experiencing Miami nightlife.
The Broken Shaker, located in the Freehand Miami Hostel, began as a pop-up bar, and got so popular that they set up shop permanently. The specialty cocktail menu changes with frequency, according to the fresh ingredients they have on hand for the day, week or season. Many of the ingredients are grown at the bar's very own herb garden. Grab a seat in the cozy bar or on the beautiful brick patio and gardens to enjoy your signature creation.