The Miami’s bars are a wonderful place to enjoy a comfortable evening hours with some drinks, or even a late night meal or snack. Miami bars are the perfect place to spend a chill night and spend quality time with friends. Miami bars are also lenient on dress codes, do not usually charge a cover price and do not have a waiting line to get in.
Tobacco Road – Located at 626 South Miami Avenue. Miami’s oldest and most famous bar appeals people from all of all ages with its drinks, food, and nightly live music. It’s the absolute best place in town to find a huge greasy hamburger and you’re responsible to notice some of the best live blues music in the country while you’re dining.
Wet Willie’s – Located at 760 Ocean Drive, Miami and 2911 Grand Avenue, Coconut Grove,At The Streets of Mayfair. If you are looking for a refreshing way to cool off from the hot Miami Beach sun, Wet Willie’s is the best way to go. A fun, friendly Ocean Drive bar serving potent frozen daiquiris specializing in frozen drinks with tempting names like Sex on the Beach, Mojito Mojo, Monkey Shine and the threatening Call-A-Cab at affordable prices.
Bahia Bar – Located at 1435 Brickell Avenue, Miami. An upscale choice at The Four Seasons Hotel, this pool-side bar serves tropical drinks and light snacks.
Abbey Brewing Company – Located at 1115 16th Street, Miami. An intimate, European Pub-style bar, serving their own house brews and a range of excellent drafts, ales, and bottles of wine. This is 100% bar, the type of place where you can enjoy a tall, cold pint of ale, friendly conversation, and perhaps some classic Stones or Dead playing in the background.
Titanic Brewery – Located at 5813 Ponce De Leon Boulevard, Coral Gables, Miami. If you are looking for an interesting place to grab a beer that’s a little more on the tame side, give a try the Titanic Brewery in Coral Gables. Titanic offers handcrafted beers and ales brewed in their onsite brewery. Also provides great music as well as a full bar with wine list and great food.
Zeke’s Roadhouse – Located at 625 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Situated on Lincoln Road you will discover that the “seat yourself” sidewalk seating area is 3 times as large as the inside bar that has enough space at the bar to seat maybe seven people. They stock over 80 beers, about 60 of which are imports, mainly from the Caribbean and South America, as well as Asia.