A concept originated in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, this bar is the new addition to Coco Walk. It has a warm and engaging atmosphere, and you just cannot help but get in the spirit of the place. It features dueling fire engine red pianos, a full-service kitchen offering several menus, and as much fun as you can stand. Families and youngsters are welcome especially for brunch on Sundays, dueling pianos and all…but nobody younger than 24 is admitted after 10. Beer tables, a trademark of the place, are reserved for 8 customers or more and feature almost frozen Heineken beer for the first time in the US. Try a gallon of beer at a fixed price. Come for dinner and be entertained! - Mercedes de Marchena
CocoWalk has always attracted new and interesting places; now it's this yogurt place's turn. Their yogurt comes in plain, green tea and lemon flavors. Each is delicious by itself, but with their fresh toppings…they are amazing! These include: coconut, chopped fruits like strawberries and blueberries, and Oreo cookies. You should also try the Bella Snow Ice, which is shaved ice and frozen yogurt topped with fruits and sweet rice cake and drizzled with condensed milk. Smoothies are also in the small menu. All made with frozen yogurt and fresh fruits, absolutely worthy. In the Florida weather, you more than deserve these treats. - Mercedes de Marchena
3131 Commodore Plaza Miami, FL 33133 +1 305 442 1114
Located in the heart of Coconut Grove, Mr. Moe's is a bar and restaurant combo with a very unique flare. The decor sets it apart from any other establishment as its theme is a log cabin set amidst a tropical jungle. It may sound odd, but its quirkiness is what has made it a legend on the Miami circuit. Most nights you can catch live performances on the main stage, or watch people struggle to ride the mechanical bull that has taken up residency there. And the food isn't bad either. Focused around hearty, home-cooked American fare, expect to see dishes such as T-Bone steak, Baby Back ribs and Buffalo Burgers. But the main attraction is the beloved 11-foot Grizzly Bear that stands proudly at the front of the restaurant watching patrons dig into their steaks and ribs.
3484 Main Highway Coconut Grove, FL 33133 +1 305 445 0022
3484 Main Highway club is located inside a renovated Tuscan villa. There is a friendly bunch of regulars here, who come for the daily two for one happy hour specials. There is also a small menu of sandwiches, pizzas and salads if you'd like to stop in for dinner and drinks after work. Live performances include those from jazz and rock acts.
3015 Grand Avenue Coco Walk Coconut Grove, FL 33133 +1 305 443 3999
Located on CocoWalk, International Quesadilla offers light meals, reasonably priced and delicious. It is all about quesadillas, a delicious Mexican dish that can be a meal in itself. The place serves breakfast, lunch and dinner alternatives and the choices are excellent-from Ranchero's Scramble to American Daybreak. For lunch and dinner there is everything: Jamaica Jerk Chicken, Chicken Beijing, Reuben, Shrimp Margarita. A real global choice! There are also veggie quesadillas and delicious salads. Beverages run the gamut as well, from wine to beer to juices and lattes; they thought of everything. Desserts are also international, including cheesecake, panacotta, cookies and churros. All are good enough to finish the light, refreshing main course. If you are really interested, they cater too! - Mercedes de Marchena
A popular destination for pre-dinner drinks and finger foods, Lobby Lounge at Mandarin Oriental is the perfect place for business and casual meetings. Elegant surroundings, floor to ceiling windows, great bay view, over-sized chairs and plush sofas create a comfortable and relaxed atmosphere. Live music by award-winning harpist Roberto Perera, full bar and a bar menu comprising stir fried shrimp, beef Hong Kong noodles, wasabi peas, and marinated olives will definitely lead to a great evening.
3390 Mary Street Suite 182 Miami, FL 33133 +1 305 441 8200
Famous comedians and local funny folk come to crack jokes at this posh Coconut Grove comedy club. Located on the third floor of Streets of Mayfair, the club features classy, dark leather chairs and a long, gleaming bar. Classic cocktails and specialty drinks are served, as well as snacks and entrees. Ticket prices vary depending on the act; see Web site for pricing and a schedule of events.
Flanigan's is a fisherman's haven, but attracts a pretty diverse crowd despite the prevailing theme. The business crowd occupies the wooden booths and shiny-varnished tables for weekday lunches and happy hour; sports lovers come to watch the game, any game, and wash it down with pitchers of beer and seafood; nicely dressed bar-hoppers come to finish their night in the Grove with a feast of chicken wings and nachos. The restaurant is casual, reasonably priced, and offers a wide variety of traditional bar food, seafood, sandwiches, and alcoholic beverages.
For several years now, the Tavern has been packing a crowd between its narrow walls with its cheap drinks and jukebox tunes. It is a no-frills neighborhood bar with minimal entertainment and a collage of pictures along the wall. The prime location and casual atmosphere continues to attract people who just want to share a pitcher of beer and play a game of darts. Thursday is a popular night, particularly with college students. Drink specials vary. No food is available, but a popular pizza place is located right across the street.
A unique and constantly changing menu makes The Last Carrot a winner with restaurant critics and local diners. Surrounded by countless Italian eateries, Osteria del Teatro manages to stand out from the crowd. Pay special attention to the daily specials which often feature delectable fresh local seafood. You will find a typical South Beach crowd here-mostly young and well-dressed folks preparing for a night on the town. The atmosphere is casually elegant.
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A popular destination for pre dinner drinks and finger foods,
Lobby Lounge at Mandarin Oriental is the perfect place for business and casual meetings. Elegant surroundings, floor to ceiling windows, great bay view, over sized chairs and plush sofas ...