Nightlife in Carol City

Up to 53% Off "Psychosis" Multimedia Dance Show

Hollywood Central Performing Arts Center

$32.04 $16

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Dancers create an empathetic portrait of mental illness, from a ballet performed in straitjackets to patients who use fantasy as catharsis

Up to 51% Off at The Cage Bar & Grill

Davie

$20 $10

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Pub classics such as housemade meatloaf and baby back ribs at a sports bar lined with flat-screen TVs

Up to 52% Off at Alley Cat Bar and Grill

Hollywood

$30 $15

Bar classics, such as fish tacos and mushroom swiss burgers, served amid weekly entertainment, including live bands and karaoke

Catharsis Restaurant & Lounge – 37% Off Dinner in the Dark

Coral Way

$125 $79

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Hosts serve an ever-changing six-course menu of gourmet cuisine blind-folded in total darkness, heightening diners' other senses

Up to 50% Off Speciality Drink Tasting at MOVA Lounge Brickell

Miami

$27.42 $14

Samples of two- to three-ounce pours can include passion fruit puree, dragon berry rum, and Herradura tequila

Up to 50% Off Single-Feature Movie

Multiple Locations

$21 $14.25

Both options are for a single feature

Up to 43% Off Cocktails at Above Mayfair Pool Lounge

Miami

$48 $29

Under an open sky, visitors tip drinks while listening to music spun by DJs

Up to 53% Off Wine-Tasting Class for Two or Four

Downtown Miami

$80 $41

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Wine and art boutique hosts tastings of top-end Italian and Californian wines paired with cheeses, olives, and other snacks

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The rhythmic whirring of fruit-annihilating blades, punctuated by the crunching of ice and glugging of poured juices, courses through Smoothie King’s health emporium. Guests select from a bountiful selection of made-to-order beverages in seven categories—including Stay Healthy, Trim Down, and Get Energy—each formulated with specific fruit combos to help bulk up muscle or trim down waistlines. The Raspberry Sunrise balances out its tartness with honey, while the exotic Mangosteen Madness showcases the Southeast Asian fruit along with strawberries and papaya. Guests can augment their fruit flavors with one of 11 enhancers, such as a vitamin and calcium blend to strengthen joints, or a 125 mg Caffeine Charge enhancer to temporarily make mowing the lawn less sleep-inducing.

15366 NW 79th Ct
Miami Lakes,
FL
US

Oscar Ochoa's passion for salsa dancing sprouted at age 9, grew rapidly at age 18 when he began taking formal lessons, and blossomed at age 24 when he won first place at a salsa competition. Today, the founder of Miami Salsa Driven combines his dancing expertise with the physical discipline he's developed from years of practicing tae kwon do and Brazilian jujitsu to lead detail-oriented salsa lessons. His team puts a big emphasis on creating an environment in which beginners feel welcome and unintimidated by advanced dancers trying to show off complex moves, such as the iceless triple axel. Students have ranged from seasoned dancers to a first-timer police-department captain, who actually ended up joining a professional dance team. Located inside the Tempo Music and Dance Academy, Miami Salsa Driven's classes focus on improving students' self-confidence and fitness levels with hands-on instruction and practice. One of the studio's walls is completely covered in full-length mirrors, allowing dancers to adjust their posture to match the instructor's or enjoy uninterrupted eye contact with themselves.

2228 Northeast 123rd Street
North Miami,
FL
US

Crowned Miami New Times' Best Neighborhood Bar/North in 2008, Billy's Pub plays gracious host to a four-course spirits and stogie soiree. Patrons first choose vodka, bourbon, or scotch, and then swig on three drinks from the selected liquor tributary prepared in any combination of straight up, mixed, or semi-gaseous. With tongues and tummies properly marinated, lips and dexterous chin dimples can then puff on an aromatic, tobacco-leaf roll-up in such brands as Ashton and Dunhill. Sidle over to the pool and beer-pong tables, or exhale a smoke cloud to blind foosman goalies for a game-winning corner kick.

732 NE 125th St
North Miami,
FL
US

Holding true to their Middle Eastern culinary roots, the chefs at Le Pine Restaurant make all their pita bread in-house—evident from the char marks on the wall above the oven, but not above the radiator. Using this bread, the chefs assemble traditional sandwiches such as chickpea falafel and spicy chicken shawarma, which they serve alongside marinated fish, seasoned lamb kabobs, and traditional side dishes such as fatteh and moudamas. The restaurant's faithful take on Mediterranean and Middle Eastern cuisine has been featured in publications such as Miami New Times. And yet Le Pine's menus aren't entirely limited to that part of the world: complementing the dishes are a range of international red and white wines from Chile, France, and California.

1052 Kane Concourse
Bay Harbor Islands,
FL
US

Featuring instructors who have performed with the Ringling Bros. and Cirque du Soleil, South Florida Circus Art School's classes meld strength, beauty, and aerial grace. With each 60-mintue flying-yoga session, an aerialist expert will teach posing fundamentals and physical training to solidify core strength. Led by the well-balanced directives of professional circus performer and yoga specialist, flying-yoga classes alleviate pressure from the body, cleanse the spirit with inner balance, and relieve any stress in astronauts wistful for low-gravity environs. During each class, aspiring contortionists use hammocks to pose as circus aerialists for 30 minutes, resulting in full decompression of bodily lines. In addition to channeling their inner arachnids, participants spend the remainder of the time toning muscles through a series of floor exercises over padded surfaces.

15161 NE 21st Ave
North Miami Beach,
FL
US

Malnourished sports fans who've been too busy watching football to eat can enjoy an entire season's worth of sustenance in a single afternoon without missing the game. For $15, you’ll get $35 worth of all-American fare and drinks at Miami Prime Grill for $15. This Groupon can be used on any menu special and drink special, as well as special events and on holidays such as New Year's Eve and Super Bowl Sunday. And if you purchase one of Miami Prime's five featured appetizers, you'll not only end your hunger, you'll help end someone else's too.Follow @Groupon_Says on Twitter.

16395 Biscayne Blvd
Aventura,
FL
US