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Like its imaginative cocktails, Ricochet Bar & Lounge's décor mixes a wide variety of distinct elements to create an alluring final product. Tufted walls, purple marble accents, and reclaimed wood swirls around a 90-foot triangular bar that serves as the lounge's centerpiece. Rotating installations of video art flash across TV screens, and curated drink coasters designed by local artists offer a hip place to rest glasses or elbows during arm wrestling contests. Ricochet's food menu adds to the artistic ambiance, mollifying pangs of hunger with mini paninis, guava and lime lollipop ribs, and other innovative small plates.

3250 NE 1st Ave, Ste 122 B
Miami,
FL
US

Inspired by the menus of neighborhood eateries throughout Naples, the chefs at Fresco Miami combine the traditional and modern as they assemble refined dishes using high-quality ingredients. Pastas, pizzas, and grilled entrees are speckled with familiar flavors such as buffalo mozzarella and imported Italian prosciutto, as well as imaginative adornments such as Maine lobster and edible microchips. Adhering to his own time-tested recipes, Alfredo Forgione and his handpicked team of chefs also churn out oven-crisped Neapolitan pizzas.

Fresco Miami’s décor, much like its cuisine, effortlessly blends contemporary and time-honored styles. The wall art's vibrant reds and purples stand in contrast to the dining room's hues of black, white, and brushed nickel. Outdoors, patio seating allows diners to enjoy their meals as they keep an eye out for the return of their favorite cloud.

401 Biscayne Blvd
Miami,
FL
US

A man seizes a bottle of liquor by its neck, lifts it off its grooved feet, and hurls it into the air. Eyes forward, he catches it behind his back with his left hand as his right pours the first ingredient in a mixed drink. Off The Hookah's flair bartenders juggle flaming concoctions and fix classic cocktails inside a 14,000-square-foot restaurant with Moroccan décor and cushy beds and couches. After high-fiving the two pharaoh statues stationed by the door, guests can dig into tapas, sushi, and artfully arranged Mediterranean cuisine. Outdoor seating wraps around the entire main hall, providing plush couches from which to exhale hookah fumes and watch mariners tying up their boats or saddling their sharks at the marina. On the weekends, DJs spin Mediterranean, Latin, and American records, while belly dancers undulate around indoor and outdoor areas.

401 Biscayne Boulevard
Miami,
FL
US

Transit Lounge, one of Miami's favorite bars and live music venues, is located in Brickell just a block away from Mary Brickell Village. Transit features live music and entertainment all week long on its main and patio stages, including showcases by local and national bands. Come sing Karaoke with a LIVE BAND every Tuesday

729 SW 1st Ave
Miami,
FL
US

Lucky Strike throws state-of-the-art bowling and a pinch of swanky atmosphere into a blender, presses "puree," and serves you a thrillciting bowling smoothie. Saddle up to one of 14 lanes and spend two full hours basking in bowling-induced merriment ($45 per hour). Lace up the Louboutin-designed foot coverings (shoe rental is $4.95 per person) to achieve the ideal footing for perfecting your roll, bagging some turkeys, and settling a long-running score with a shifty-eyed mail carrier. Included in the deal is a $10 food voucher, so when stage fright results in trembling limbs and fingers, you can quell the shakes with some homemade roasted-garlic hummus or mac 'n' cheese bites.

1691 Michigan Ave
Miami Beach,
FL
US

Everything at Tantra Restaurant & Lounge is designed to awaken your senses. It starts with the setting: a softly lit marble water wall trickling in one corner, tantric sculptures spread across wine-colored walls, and fresh-cut grass?yes, grass?bristling beneath your feet. Of course, in an environment such as this, no ordinary food will do.

That's why Tantra doesn't pigeonhole itself by sticking to a single region or the recipes it finds on cereal boxes. Instead, the restaurant serves something it calls "aphrodisiac cuisine." Drawing inspiration from Asia, Europe, and the Caribbean, these bites range from succulent and salty to smooth and sweet, encompassing all types of flavors to tantalize taste buds. Guests savor pan-seared foie gras with candied walnuts, and they indulge on ginger-kissed salmon with soy sake glaze. Between bites, they sip on equally tempting martinis?such as the Chambord- and pineapple-laced Pure Ecstasy?all while bobbing to beats from a live DJ.

1445 Pennsylvania Ave.
Miami Beach,
FL
US