World Cup madness has taken the world by storm. Luckily, South Florida has plenty of bars, pubs and even clubs that display some or all of the big games in addition to a dose of fun, specials, beers and top-notch bar food that will make you glad you came.
When planning a birthday party in Miami, the city famous for the all-year-round party scene offers the best from tropical-flavored libations to indoor bowling and drinks mixed with organic fresh herbs. In search of inspiration for your next celebration, we’ve provided the best in this list.
Drinks are a lot more fun when accompanied by delicious free food.
Beer pong is a legendary game, but cornhole goes along with it, and these five locations give the novice or the pro in South Florida a chance to try out their skills at the same time they are at a happy hour or enjoying a night out with friends.
South Florida’s Caribbean influence means plenty of tasty rum cocktail selections around town.
If your looking to hand with your friends, check out some of Miami’s best dive bars including Churchill’s Pub, Tobacco Road, Barracuda Raw Bar & Grill, Transit Lounge and Ted’s Hideaway.
South Florida may not be the city that never sleeps, but the general consensus of the area is to get to sleep as late as possible. Luckily, night owls can also save money on drinks and appetizers just as the after-work guests enjoy with late-night happy hour specials.
The best places to hear jazz music in South Florida are Blue Jean Blues, the Globe Cafe and Bar, Casablanca Cafe, Jazid, Upstairs at the Van Dyke Cafe.
The South Florida club scene is varied with many clubs offering pop tunes to an electronic beat. Dance to your own drum with clubs that cater to hipsters, collegiates, tourists and more.
The best bars for the 30-something crowd includes The Playwright Irish Pub & Restaurant, Blue Martini, Whiskey Blue, Florida Cigar Company and Upstairs at the Van Dyke Cafe.
Jimmy Buffett returned to his former Key West home for a rare surprise performance before some 3,500 “Parrot Head” fans during their 20th annual convention that continues through Sunday.
Elvis Presley fans love an anniversary. Every year, thousands of Elvis devotees flock to Memphis to remember the singer’s death on Aug. 16, 1977. The main event of “Elvis Week” is the solemn candlelight vigil at Graceland, his longtime home, at midnight Tuesday.
Britney Spears is back. Her seventh album, “Femme Fatale” goes on sale Tuesday, March 29th and she’s been making the rounds promoting the album. here’s a look at Britney, now 29, as she rises to stardom over the years.