Bars in Woodlawn

One Flavored Hookah with Two or Four Well Drinks at The De Carlos Bar (Up to 59% Off)

The De Carlos Bar

South Beach Plaza Hotel

$41 $17

10 hookah flavors complement signature cocktails such as watermelon lychee, long island, sex on the beach, and tequila sunrise

International and Craft Beers at Beer 360 (50% Off). Two Options Available.

Beer 360

Sunny Isles Beach

$30 $15

(34)

More than 300 specialty beers; sip on domestic selections or imports from England, Germany, Belgium, Haiti, and the Czech Republic

Pub Dinner Food at The Cage Bar & Grill (Up to 51% Off). Two Options Available.

The Cage Bar & Grill

Davie

$20 $10

(4)

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

One or Two Hookah Packages at Kahookah Cafe (Up to 54% Off)

Kahookah Cafe

Davie

$26.98 $13

Groups enjoy a hookah and plate of hummus amid a cozy atmosphere

$79 for a Bottle-Service Package for Four with Appetizers or Desserts at Kaos Ultra Lounge (Up to $239 Value)

Kaos Ultra Lounge

North Fort Lauderdale

$239 $79

Sips of vodka, rum, whiskey, or tequila pair with appetizers or desserts in a chic club

Two Hours of Pool and Food and Drink for Two or Four at Masters Billiards (50% Off)

Masters Billiards

Margate

$40 $20

Lounge with eight pool tables, four TVs for sports games, and classic bar grub

$36 for One Mini Hookah to Smoke In and Take Home, Plus $15 Worth of Shisha at Darna Lounge ($75 Value)

Darna Cafe and Hookah Lounge

Palmetto Place Condominiums

$75 $36

Enjoy puffs of fragrant smoke inside a hookah bar, on an outdoor patio with cushioned sofas, then later at home

Hookah, Wine & Appetizer, or Hookah, Appetizer, and Drinks at Breathe Restaurant and Ultra Lounge (Up to 50% Off)

Breathe Restaurant and Ultra Lounge

Atlantic Grove Condominiums

$20 $10

Restaurant-turned-hookah-lounge features a range of shisha flavors, Mediterranean appetizers, and bottles of premium liquor such as Ciroc

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In 1954, Shakey's Pizza Parlor was created out of founder Sherwood "Shakey" Johnson's love of ragtime music, pizza, and fun. The eatery often incorporated live music and family-friendly arcade games into the mix, a tradition its descendants still hold today. At locations all across the United States and Mexico, beer flows from taps and pizzas emerge piping hot from the oven, the same way they did in 1954, a time when pizza and beer had just been invented by NASA scientists. Each location also cooks up crispy fried chicken and baskets of Mojos—lightly battered, sliced potatoes—to complement the pizzeria fare.

2500 NE 10th Ct
Homestead,
FL
US

Beneath the colorful toques on their heads, hibachi chefs flip and sauté meat and vegetables on their tabletop grills, smiling as they conjure the occasional bursts of flame during lively cooking routines. That’s just one scene at SooWoo Japanese Steakhouse—across the restaurant, sushi chefs slice ribbons of fish and vegetables and roll them into California and spicy tuna rolls. Basketball fans can celebrate the city’s 2012 NBA championship with the specialty Miami Heat roll, which includes slices of shrimp tempura, crab, and cream cheese. SooWoo also whips up Korean dishes, such as bulgogi and pork belly.

13729 Southwest 152nd Street
Miami,
FL
US

A lot can change over the course of many years. But at Keg South of Kendall, much remains the same. Hungry patrons have walked through the bar and restaurant's entrance, piling inside in search of hot wings and crisp, bubbly brews. Once they're feeling cozy in the low-ceilinged, all-wood dining room, or getting comfy on a stool at its bar, diners are welcome to dig into sizzling burgers. Or, at the pool table, they can compete to see who can swallow more cubes of blue chalk.

12805 SW 136th Ave.
Miami,
FL
US

A large percentage of the diverse flavors of Mexico can be found in the dishes at Las Cazuelas. Beyond staples such as tacos and burritos, the eatery prepares specialties such as chile rellenos, Mexican beef tripe soup, and poblano peppers drizzled in a complex mole. Chefs use many different varieties of meat and seafood throughout the day, from the lamb in the birria stew to the black mussels, shrimp, calamari, and scallops in the sopa de mariscos—Spanish for "Jules Verne's favorite snack". To complement these wide-ranging flavors, the eatery also presents a full menu of Mexican beers and wines.

12310 SW 127th Ave
Miami,
FL
US

Protective covers, automobile chargers, and audio aides adorn the walls inside South Florida Communications stores. iPhone surfaces luxuriously resist scratches with a signature leather case ($29.99) and deflect over-the-shoulder-reading suns with an antiglare screen protector ($19.99). A Samsung WEP460 Bluetooth headset ($34.99) frees hands for more important tasks, such as plugging a Motorola phone into a sleek car charger ($19.99). South Florida Communications' staff of more than 65 employees stays abreast of current technologies and trends to ensure customers find the ideal items to fit their handset and intended task, such as traveling or digitally peeling potatoes.

8888 Southwest 136th Street
Miami,
FL
US

It's hard to imagine that there's a libation out there that Crown doesn't carry. With a selection that spans vineyards, distilleries, and breweries from around the world, the bottles lining each location come from both small, artisan makers and those universally famed for their grapes or techniques. Home mixologists can cull inspiration for cocktails from a selection of top-shelf-brand mixers or pair their tipple of choice with gourmet snacks, from bush-pepper macadamia nuts to dirty martini party dip. But tastings may be the most distinctive thing about Crown Wine & Spirits. Whether customers stop in to try each location's daily offerings of wine or spirits—or for special tastings that cover dozens of wines, bourbons or beers—Crown's staff makes it easy to find a new favorite or to make up to your tongue for forgetting so many of its birthdays.

13611 S Dixie Hwy
Miami,
FL
US