Hidden inside the Pizza Craft restaurant, Apothecary 330 can be a bit tricky to locate but the place is worth your time. An impressive cocktail bar, Apothecary 330 has a divey vibe infused in an upscale ambiance. Decked with vintage center pieces and furnished with leather chesterfields, the place's old-world charm is extricable from its character. Exposed-brick walls and a polished wooden bar, complete the bar's interior. The cabinets boast of eclectic spirits that are sure to spoil cocktail and liquor connoisseurs. The menu is exhaustive, it includes an array of cocktails infused with bourbon, rye and American whiskeys. Classic cocktails in addition to a few special drinks define the place's menu.
Prickly pears from cacti turn margaritas a pale pink at this Southwestern restaurant. Decked out in the soft pastel colors of the nation's desert states, this restaurant is located near a movie theater on busy Sunrise Boulevard. Canyon packs in diners in search of contemporary cuisine, which is this restaurant's specialty. Red snapper served with purple Peruvian potatoes is one of many creative options that lure the trendy crowd. Dessert options include a sorbet tangy with the snap of chili peppers. Go around the back to find free parking.
Lovers of metal and hard rock rush to this club and bar near the Coral Shores. Revelers come in large groups to enjoy world class performances. The dark background, colorful lights and good stereo system create an electrifying atmosphere. There's paid parking near the venue. Get your dose of culture at this versatile venue.
Cool cocktails and thumping music are two of the things that have ensured the Elbo Room's popularity since its establishment in 1938. However, you have to jab a few ribs to groove to the music as the dance floor can get a little crowded in the late hours. If you want to take a bit of a breather, walk down to the beach and then head back to the venue for a further round of drinks and dancing.
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.
Owned by the world famous nightclub chain, Cameo, this club is in the heart of Miami Beach. It hosts live events and shows by local and international DJs. Membership passes are available online and enthusiastic clubbers can book their birthday parties in advance and also get concessions. Birthday peeps will receive complimentary admission before midnight.
A spot to see and be seen, Yolo (You Live Only Once) is the perfect place to mingle with the trendy Fort Lauderdale set. With classic decor, contemporary fare cooked to perfection, innovative cocktails and unswerving hospitality, this restaurant lives up to its name. Also, the versatile private dining room, lounge and patio coupled with party menus and exciting happy hour deals create an ultimate destination for business lunches, social dinners and private celebrations.
Boathouse At The Riverside is a restaurant situated by Tarpon River that serves authentic Mediterranean cuisine made in traditional recipes using locally procured ingredients. Great music featuring some of the best artists from different generations are played at this restaurant for the entertainment of the patrons. Enjoy live sports matches or watch the boats pass through the river as you relish delicious food during your visit to Boathouse At The Riverside. You can reach this restaurant by land and water.
Royal Pig Pub may seem out of place, a smokehouse surrounded by office high rises, but the upscale food and exquisite beer selection do much to clarify the modern appeal of this barbecue and micro-brew hot spot. With 18 craft beers on tap and ten signature cocktails at the ready, the bartenders can't go wrong here. As the name suggests, pork is king at Royal Pig, even appearing in the bar's "Filthy Pig" cocktail, a signature dirty martini garnished with a bacon-wrapped, blue cheese-stuffed olive. The food at Royal Pig is equally top notch, featuring meat-heavy American cuisine prepared by executive chef Stanton Bundy. To taste the best contemporary cuisine Fort Lauderdale has to offer, stop on by the Royal Pig.
The Manor is a bi-level entertainment complex which caters mostly to the gay community, though others are welcome as well. Comprising of a nightclub and ultra lounge with outdoor patios, this massive venue is equipped with a high-end sound and lighting system. The dimly lit establishment is full of crystal chandeliers, modern decor and eclectic lights. The Manor is popular for its well established DJs, live nights, dance parties and runway shows.
Founded in 2013, Stache is a multiple-award winning speakeasy bar that is widely known for its handcrafted cocktails and prohibition-era ambiance. Tom Collins, New Orleans Sazerac, Pimms Cup and Double Rye Manhattan are some of the specialty cocktails that you must try if you're here. The host DJ spins some catchy tracks to lend a musical layer to the environment and gets the party started. Private events can also be hosted here.
Established in 1970, World Famous Parrot Lounge has been serving the residents of Fort Lauderdale for over 40 years. Though the ownership of the eatery has changed hands, the amicable service has not. Offering over 30 varieties of craft beer, this bar is sure to please any brew aficionado. The cheese sticks are a must-try here. Seafood lovers can take advantage of their raw bar, where you can enjoy shrimp, crabs and oysters. This lounge offers a casual ambiance that has made it a favorite among locals.