Whether looking for a simple infused vodka drink or something a little more unique, these five bars have some of the best options in South Florida for infused vodka options. From watermelon punch to apple and lemon infused Russian vodka, each of these drinks is as special as the bar that serves them. Don’t forget to also check out the amazing food, as most of these are also excellent restaurant choices.

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Max’s Harvest: Farm To Fork

169 N.E. Second Ave.
Delray Beach, FL 33444
(561) 381-9970
www.maxsharvest.com

Max’s Harvest’s farm to fork approach not only makes for organic and pure food, but also transcends into their drink offerings as well. Their watermelon punch is a great try for infused vodka fans. It combines local watermelon juice, ginger liqueur and Svedka clementine-infused vodka. The best part of Max’s Harvest is that some proceeds from their drink orders goes to help benefit the Broward-Palm Beach Slow Food Glades to Coast movement, whose goal is to promote locally harvested food. The bar also has a pretty extensive and noteworthy wine list as well.

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The Setai, Miami Beach

2001 Collins Ave.
Miami Beach, FL 33139
(305) 520-6000
www.thesetaihotel.com

For those looking for a bit more luxurious infused vodka drinks, The Bar and Courtyard at The Setai, Miami Beach hotel is just the right place to visit. They have numerous infused vodka drinks to try out. One noteworthy drink to be sure to order is the Setai apple, which combines apple and lemon infused Russian standard vodka with apple juice, simple syrup, fresh rosemary and fresh mint with an absinthe rinse. Another fun one to try is their rhubarb stringer. It combines rhubarb infused Russian standard vodka with rhubarb purée, vanilla syrup, citrus, fresh strawberries and fresh ginger.

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Cafeina Wynwood Lounge

297 Northwest Twenty-Third St.
Miami, FL 33127
(305) 438-0792
www.cafeinamiami.com

Coffee lovers will want to visit Cafeina Wynwood Lounge. Their café con leche martini is the ultimate dream for those who drink both vodka and coffee. The drink is described on their menu as “house infused coffee vodka with Amarula liqueur and dark créme de cacao, sprinkled with ground cinnamon and Colombian coffee beans.” Other regular vodka drinks to try out there include the basil blossom and pomegranate martini.

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Himmarshee Public House

201 S.W. Second St.
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
(954) 616-5275
www.publichouseftl.com

Himmarshee Public House offers the perfect fall cocktail that happens to be an infused vodka drink. Their harvest moon is depicted as made from Tit’s handmade vodka infused with granny smith apples, bosco pears and autumn spices, and includes St. Elder Liqueur, white cranberry juice and fresh lime juice. Be sure to ask if they also have available their just in thyme cocktail. It features thyme-infused vodka, fresh limeade, strawberry purée, black pepper syrup and a sprig of thyme.

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Byblos Miami

1545 Collins Ave.
Miami Beach, FL 33139
(305) 508-5041
www.byblosmiami.com

Last, but certainly not least, is Byblos Miami, which serves not only delicious Eastern Mediterranean food, but very creative cocktails. Infused vodka enthusiasts need to try their gulab. The drink is made with rose-infused Absolute Elyx vodka and combined with pomegranate, lemon and rose water. In fact the word “gulab” means rose in both Hindi and Arabic. This restaurant is only open in the evening hours.

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Suzy Fielders is a working mom of a spirited 9-year-old daughter. She has an MA in Communication Studies and BA in Psychology and Communications. She works in marketing/public relations, is a freelance writer and is very involved in the Winston-Salem community and arts & films scene.