10 Best Ways to Party the Night Away in Miami
Miami IS nightlife, from poolside happy hours to the hottest of clubs. So it's probably true that you could say nightlife becomes day life with hardly a break in between. Well, you know what they say--you can sleep when you're tanning.
Nightlife in Miami begins whenever you say it does. If you want traditional happy hour from 5-7 p.m., you can find it in the Irish pubs, such as Fado Irish Pub, Brickell Irish Gastropub and Lucky Clover Irish Pub that populate downtown and Mary Brickell Village. The latter two pubs also promote live music, as does Tobacco Road, Miami's oldest bar and a surefire place to have a rocking... Read more »
Local Expert Tip: "This gritty downtowner is the city's oldest bar and serves up great burgers, a selection of single malts, and a steady roster of live rock, jazz and blues."
Local Expert Tip: "The celeb-frequented Skybar is notorious for its stellar energy; a good time here is a Shore thing."
Local Expert Tip: "When it's time to soothe the sould with some live jazz or blues, Van Dyke steps in with the medicine."
Local Expert Tip: "This ain't your grandmother's beach club--unless granny's a hipster."
Local Expert Tip: "Locals dig this place for its craft beers and no-nonsense vibe, as well as its classic rock tunes."
Local Expert Tip: "This former casino's historic digs are now a multilevel nightclub for some serious heavy-hitters; plan on ordering bottle service and expect famed DJs."
Local Expert Tip: "Long-running, coolly exclusive and frequented by local society, Mynt is the roal court of clubs."
Local Expert Tip: "The Grande Dame of hotel bars, Rose Bar in the Delano remains a lovely place to sip a kir royale."
Local Expert Tip: "The dance floor's always a center of activity, but the outdoor sitting area's a big draw, too."
Local Expert Tip: "This historic Art Deco theater once hosted Pearl Jam; now it's known for trance and house."
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