Bars in South Miami

Pub Cuisine for Two or Four at Limpy's Sports Bar & Grill (40% Off)

Limpy's Sports Bar & Grill

Miami

Sports bar and grill pairs beer and cocktails with cuisine such as burgers, loaded nachos, wings, grouper sandwiches, and onion rings

$20 $12

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Hookah and Two or Four Drinks at Bikini Cafe & Beer Garden (Up to 52% Off)

Bikini Cafe & Beer Garden

West Avenue

Share fragrant, exotic hookah flavors while sipping drinks in the heart of South Beach

$22 $11

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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

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

$41 $17

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Two or Four Giant Cocktails at Papagayo (Up to 65% Off)

Papagayo

Miami Beach

Bartenders mix freshly squeezed juices, fruit pulps, and exotic liqueurs to create massive drinks

$96 $39

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Pub Dinner Food at The Cage Bar & Grill (Up to 49%Off). Two Options Available.

The Cage Bar & Grill

Davie

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

$20 $11

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

Kahookah Cafe

Davie

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

$26.98 $13

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Two Hours of Pool and Food and Drink for Two or Four at Masters Billiards (53% Off)

Masters Billiards

Margate

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

$40 $19

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$19 for a Hookah Package for Two with Desserts and Beverages at Ali Baba Cafe & Hookah Lounge ($36 Value)

Ali Baba Cafe & Hookah Lounge

Boynton Beach

Couch and table seating in a lounge-like atmosphere; occasional appearances by belly dancers

$36 $19

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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.

13205 Southwest 137th Avenue
Miami,
FL
US

A spacious, open room with lofted ceilings and exposed brick walls, Limpy's Sports Bar & Grill encourages a festive atmosphere. Rows of flatscreen TVs hang from stadium-like rafters on the ceiling, broadcasting the latest game for patrons indulging in beers, cocktails, and food. Limpy's offers lunch and dinner menus, drink specials, and themed nights.

18200 Southwest 147th Avenue
Miami,
FL
US

Cinco Cantina & Tequila Bar's agave-savvy staff pours artisan tequilas at a bar softly lit by punched-tin lanterns. Duos or quartets of tasters sample three shots of blanco, anejo, and reposado tequilas crafted in small batches by respected distillers such as Don Julio and Tres Generaciones. Spiced chips surf creamy waves of classic guacamole between sips as patrons strain to overhear salsa-themed knock-knock jokes whispered by brightly colored masks on the walls.

4251 Salzedo St
Coral Gables,
FL
US

Celebrating its 10th anniversary, The Globe's CubaLibre Block Party electrifies the streets with Cuban flair as attendees savor creative cocktails, exotic street food, hand-rolled cigars, and plenty of dancing. From the main stage of the festival, Cuban-born, Miami-raised trio Los 3 de la Habana headlines, playing music for the crowds. The band plays rousing tunes such as the sweeping power ballad “Donde esta el Amor” and the thumping “No te pases de la Raya.” Edwin Bonilla y Su Son will also perform to create more traditional, though no less danceable, melodies. Elsewhere, partiers can take in a salsa lesson and demo, or watch a special tribute to Cuban piano legend Bebo Valdes.

377 Alhambra Cir
Coral Gables,
FL
US

At Open Stage Club, visual and auditory delights share the bill with gustation and olfaction to create an extrasensory dining experience. At first glance, it's a restaurant and bar, with a menu loaded with seafood and steak house-worthy entrees, and a wine selection that seems plucked from a sommelier's dreams. But the star attraction of the club is the talent that blossoms upon its performance stage. Equipped with a professional sound and lighting system and featuring a house band for backup, the open stage draws burgeoning singers, dancers, comedians, and mimes into the spotlight to chase their muses as audiences offer encouragement and friendly critiques.

2325 Galiano Street
Coral Gables,
FL
US

The breadth of the Atlantic Ocean doesn't impact the reach of Alfredo Patino. As the chef and owner of Bin No. 18, the Miami-based chef draws inspiration from the casual cuisine of European bistros while using seasonal, locally sourced ingredients and contemporary technique to lend a bit of New World flair to the ever-changing menus. French, Italian, and Latin American flavors appear throughout Chef Patino's cuisine, adding a global scope to the regionally rooted dishes.

Shareable platters of imported European cheeses and cured meats are served alongside Latin staples, including octopus salad, as well as classic Italian entrees made with homemade pastas. But recreating time-honored classics isn't the only thing that Chef Patino does. He also demonstrates a willingness to experiment by fusing New and Old World influences. This culinary whimsy is evident in the kitchen's modern interpretation of a Cuban sandwich—complete with slow-roasted pork, brie, and fig sauce—which earned a spot on Food & Wine magazine's list of the Best Sandwiches in the U.S.

And much like the European bistros that originally inspired Chef Patino, Bin No. 18 features an extensive wine list. Like his menu, the wine list takes a global approach by including bottles from Spain, France, Italy, Germany, Portugal, Hungary, Greece, and Austria, as well as Argentina, New Zealand, South Africa, Washington State, California, and Oregon. This variety of options ensures that numerous pairing options are available for diners looking to enjoy a glass with their meal or collection of small plates. CBS Miami was also impressed by the selection, placing Bin No. 18 on its 2011 list of the Best Wine Bars In South Florida.

The Old World inspiration shines through a bit more clearly in the restaurant's décor, which skews more toward a rustic, yet refined ambiance as opposed to a nouveau vibe. Wooden wine barrels sit beside tables with avocado-green chairs, occasionally doubling as small side tables. At the same time, the collection of crystal chandeliers dangling from the ceiling adds a bit of classical elegance to the space.

1800 Biscayne Blvd.
Miami,
Florida
US