Whether you are just passing by or a local fanatic, South Florida has the right baseball bar for you. Find out which bar is a locals’ favorite and which bar offers a nightlife that rivals South Beach in this list of South Florida’s top baseball bars.
Beaches, bars and parties are the hallmark of a great spring break. Plan your trip to South Florida this year and experience two cities that have all three, plus much more.
Bars can vary from region to region even in the same city, but these bars are varied and located in one neighborhood, South Beach. View the list and experience what it’s like to visit a chemistry-inspired establishment, a jazz joint, a dive bar and the epitome of South Beach nightlife.
A suspect is still in custody after a woman was found nude in an elevator at The Clevelander Hotel in Miami Beach on Saturday.
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.
Frozen drinks soothe with tasty fruits combined with delicious liquors to transport the drinker to the nearest island paradise. These five locations specialize in doing just that for tourists, professionals and new friends.
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.
Good news for Miami Heat fans. The NBA Playoffs have returned and so has White Hot Heat Week.
The best Miami hotel bars are usually found in the Downtown Miami or Miami Beach areas – with sweeping views of the ocean – or located on the famous Ocean Drive.