Mango's Tropical Café


900 Ocean Dr
Miami Beach, FL 33139

Phone: 305-673-4422

Map / Directions Map / Directions

Hours:
Daily Noon-5am

Type:
Bar, Dance Club, Late Night / After Hours, Live Music


10BEST Says

Dance Clubs: A spicy island experience awaits visitors to this dance club's lively location in Miami. Situated on the waterfront in South Beach, Mango's Tropical Café offers a "Havana-style" party where Latin tunes and live bands lure patrons to the dance floor to move along with the professionals. Entertainment includes everything from Salsa and Conga shows to a Michael Jackson "Thriller" tribute performance. Naturally made mojitos and daiquiris help guests cool off between songs.

Live Music, Late Night / After Hours: Experience the islands without leaving South Beach. You can't miss this place right on the water, where crowds bustle, music blares and tropical drinks are flowing. Enter the jungle-like atmosphere and you'll be amazed at the mural all over the building, which was painted by seven Haitian artists over a period of nine years. There's plenty of live music in the evenings; the cover varies according to the artist. Tasty Latin cuisine is served inside and outside, and there's a small dance floor. The spacious bi-level building accommodates big crowds, and the reggae and salsa music, along with scantily clad dancers, adds an exotic flair.

10Best List photo 10BEST says

Dance Clubs: A spicy island experience awaits visitors to this dance club's lively location in Miami. Situated on the waterfront in South Beach, Mango's Tropical Café offers a "Havana-style" party where Latin tunes and live bands lure patrons to the dance floor to move along with the professionals. Entertainment includes everything from Salsa and Conga shows to a Michael Jackson "Thriller" tribute performance. Naturally made mojitos and daiquiris help guests cool off between songs.

Live Music, Late Night / After Hours: Experience the islands without leaving South Beach. You can't miss this place right on the water, where crowds bustle, music blares and tropical drinks are flowing. Enter the jungle-like atmosphere and you'll be amazed at the mural all over the building, which was painted by seven Haitian artists over a period of nine years. There's plenty of live music in the evenings; the cover varies according to the artist. Tasty Latin cuisine is served inside and outside, and there's a small dance floor. The spacious bi-level building accommodates big crowds, and the reggae and salsa music, along with scantily clad dancers, adds an exotic flair.

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