The world’s a different place than it was in 1962, when the Beatles were kings, JFK was president, and the internet sounded like the name of some kind of obscure tennis equipment. However, despite a half-century of changes, at least one thing remains consistent: when they want a darn good burger, people still come to the Keg South. The sound of familiar greetings echoes against the wood-paneled walls of the 50-year-old establishment, mingling with the clatter of billiard balls and clink of frosted mugs. Neon beer signs and flat-screen televisions cast a colorful glow on the regular clientele, who munch thick beef burgers, freshly cut fries, and grilled wings. Throughout the year, the pub staff holds special events out in the parking lot, including a Christmas pig roast that was called out in the Miami Herald.
Splitsville explores contemporary consumption within a bowling framework, combining swankiness with three bars, and a full-service restaurant. Splitsville’s menu, developed under the guidance of one of Food & Wine magazine's Best New Chefs of 2008 Tim Cushman, stacks up and knocks down a cadre of ville plates ($5–$14) including spicy edamame and three-pepper calamari, stomach-stuffing signature plates ($14–$19) including the mahi mahi with voodoo shrimp and filet mignon, and big bowl drinks ($21) including the rum bowl and voodoo juice bowl. Diners sprinkle the restaurant with chatter as they dive into their choice of sauced steaks, generous pizzas, and rolls from the on-site sushi bar to the musical vibrations blowing from the speakers. After 8 p.m., all diners younger than 21 turn into pumpkin-shaped bowling balls and the fine hobby-sport decorum requests an evening-casual dress code as the crowd usurps the restaurant’s reins for nocturnal nourishment with energetic music.
Snack on tasty pub fare at Bougainvillea, a local favorite.
Bougainvillea will keep those with dietary needs happy with a menu filled with gluten-free and low-fat items.
TVs are also readily available in the bar area to broadcast the best games.
For comfortable outdoor service, Bougainvillea sets up a seasonal patio.
Your group can sit comfortably at Bougainvillea, a local restaurant.
Bougainvillea also features live music and dancing.
You'll want to save quiet conversations for another spot, though — the bar can get noisy.
Weekdays are busy at Bougainvillea.
Drift away from stuffy dress-code conventions and dine in comfort at Bougainvillea.
Street, garage and valet parking options are located near Bougainvillea.
Bougainvillea offers parking for all diners, including those who travel by bike.
Thrifty eaters will also love Bougainvillea's prices, which are generally below $15.
It's not every place that could serve both as your morning coffee and bagel spot as well as a late-night hangout. But Natalie's Cafe Lounge is versatile like that. In the mornings, it's a cozy cafe, serving coffee, tea, and espresso drinks to pair with steak and eggs, bagels, and other breakfast dishes. It's also open at lunch, with casual eats such as hot dogs, burgers, salads, and grilled cheese. By night, though, it morphs more into a cozy lounge, complete with wine and beer, plus DJs spinning music. Natalie's Cafe Lounge also hosts karaoke and open mic nights, and those who stop in for brunch on Saturdays can enjoy complimentary mimosas.
Fill up on fare from Sports Grill On the Green in Palmetto Bay and be sure to satisfy your stomach.
With no low-fat options served, come ready to eat your heart out.
Pick your poison and toast your evening — drinks are also served here.
Perfect for after-work outings, Sports Grill On the Green's happy hour is hard to beat.
Summer meals will taste even better when you enjoy them on Sports Grill On the Green's gorgeous patio.
Weekdays are busy at Sports Grill On the Green.
It's time to gather up the party people. Serve them great food from Sports Grill On the Green.
Cyclists are in luck. Sports Grill On the Green provides bike parking.
It's not the cheapest, it's not the most expensive, but it is the most delicious. Come to Sports Grill On the Green for a great bite.
You can stop by at practically any time, since Sports Grill On the Green serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
At Ace Bartending's 40-foot bar, ice clinks against glasses and prospective mixologists chatter during hands-on courses. Instructors wax informational about the history and production of liquor before outlining state and municipal legal requirements for serving alcohol or distributing liquor to horses. As students progress, they migrate to eight functional bartending stations that feature working carbon dioxide lines, and lessons feed hungry brains tidbits of information on the use of glassware and garnishes to craft a beverage with fitting aesthetic appeal. The curriculum bounds across a bubbling, colorful rainbow of 200 different drinks and recipes.
In addition to hands-on demonstrations and role-playing exercises, courses hand down lessons on how to land a job as a bartender and give tips for job interviews. The classroom's walls, like those of a real bar, are crowded with colorful bottles, lit by crackling neon beer signs, and held together by flyers for bands seeking bassists.