626 S Miami Ave
Miami, FL 33131
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If you're lost among the Brickell Avenue skyscrapers, just keep your eyes peeled for South Miami Avenue, and you'll soon stumble across this gritty, green cat dive. Miami's oldest watering hole, this groovy downtowner is a great place to wet your whistle with some ice cold brews or an expertly mixed cocktail and enjoy the soothing sounds of old school tunes. With a history that dates back over 90 years, this liquor bar has served such notables as Al Capone and B.B. King--most of them legally, of course. Today, Tobacco Road has gained fame for its awesome, homestyle ribs, burgers and--yes--Maine lobster night, not to mention its speakeasy-like atmosphere. Live music nightly offers up an excellent selection of rock, jazz and blues.
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