Miami Beach Nightlife: A Guide – Part II
We continue to show you the hippest clubs in Miami with the second part of our guide on Miami Beach nightlife. Want to check them out?
Nightlife in Miami has upscale joints aplenty, and the Foxhole Bar is one of them. This new underground bar right in the heart of Miami Beach has the feel of a Prohibition era speakeasy, with its discrete entrance located in an alley and a collection of vintage firearms decorating the walls.
Foxhole has plenty of seating at its ground floor bar and second floor lounge areas. You’ll find a video games arcade area as you walk in with several machines, a pool table and a wall designed by Curtis Kullg.
As usual, the best clubs in Miami don’t advertise themselves openly, so don’t expect a big neon sign with Foxhole on it. Make sure you’re in the right alley and ask the locals.
1218 14TH CT, 1426-A 14th Court Miami Beach, FL 33139
Located in the chic epicentre of South Beach (or SoBe), Queen Lounge prides itself of being a European style cocktail bar where people can see and be seen.
The Queen boasts a magnificent service and invites you to savour hand crafted cocktails created by the award-winning mixologist Thomas A. Merolla.
Don’t miss Crush, Wednesdays ladies night at the Queen Lounge.
841 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach, FL 33139
If you are after serious dancing when you go out in South Florida, Space is one of the most important clubs in Miami. With over 12 years as one of America’s top dance clubs, Space features an all-star team of resident DJs, including Louis Puig, Patrick M, Ivano Bellini, Justin Sheppard, Lazardi and Icecold.
Like other big clubs around the world – think of Ministry of Sound or Pacha – Space is more than just a Miami club, but a household name that brands pool parties, tours and more events across the States.
34 NE 11th St Miami FL 33132
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