Finnegan's Way is the perfect place to watch the big game since there are 24 TV sets. The restaurant is known for its steak and seafood, try the Conch Fritters or Maine Lobster With Savory Shrimp Stuffing. Finnegan's Way is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. During happy hour from 4p-7p certain drinks are offered at a discounted rate. The place is open daily from 9am ownwards.
2100 Washington Avenue Carl Fisher Clubhouse Miami, FL 33139 +1 305 674 9220
Located in Miami Beach, the Sobe Institute of the Arts was established in order to promote cultural diversity and education among the public by establishing programs that create and produce concerts, opera, musical-theater and dance performances. Aside from live concerts and shows, the institute also provides a number of performing arts and music classes for children and adults throughout the year.
18001 Collins Avenue Trump International Beach Resort Miami Sunny Isles Beach, FL 33160 +1 305 692 5600
If you are at theTrump International Beach Resort and just want to relax and enjoy the fabulous sea view without a care in the world, just seat yourself at Gili's Pool Bar and Grill. Sip on a Pina Colada by the poolside, watch the surf and the sand play hide and seek, let the cool sea breeze caress your face! Now, that's life! Need to calm that growl in your tummy? Snack on light fare like sandwiches, juices, salads as you share a few private moments with your lover or just a friendly chat with a chum.
423 Washington Avenue South Beach Miami, FL 33139 +1 305 695 8616
Love Hate Lounge is a comfortable bar and nightclub located in South Beach. Tattoo artists and Miami Ink stars Ami James and Chris Nunez are the owners and have designed the bar themselves. Enjoy a whole lot of groovy tunes while you raid the bar. Although Love Hate Lounge is a nightclub, it makes a pretty good hang out even during the day. You can also check out all the Love Hate merchandise-the most popular are the "..in memory of my sobreity" T-shirts!
Conveniently situated in one of the hippest areas of Miami, this ultra-chic bar and nightclub is the place to see-and-be-seen in South Beach. The glitterati flock here to schmooze and booze, so if you can get in, you're sure to see some famous faces. The bar itself has three main rooms, the Redroom and the Rumbar (both indoors) and the Garden which feeds out onto the ocean front. The inside rooms are filled plush red furniture and bohemian decor, which give off a sexy yet sophisticated vibe. Cocktails and martinis are the drinks of choice, so indulge in a few but be warned that they don't come cheap. To avoid long lines it is advised to either stay at the Shore Club (guests get in hassle-free) or get to the bar early. A strict dress code is enforced so leave your sneakers at home and dress to impress.
1 Lincoln Road Ritz Carlton South Beach Miami, FL 33139 +1 786 276 4336
The DiLido Beach Club at Ritz-Carlton South Beach is an outdoor ocean view restaurant and bar. Chef de Cuisine offers great food that is light and healthy. Tuesdays and Thursdays are live music nights, while Sunday nights are for celebrities and jet setters that come from all over. Sit on the beach and sip cocktails or take on the services of a tanning butler, one of its kind anywhere in the world. This butler offers his tanning services, applies lotion, teaches water aerobics and beach boot camp.
One Lincoln Road The Ritz-Carlton, South Beach Miami, FL 33139 +1 786 276 4000
Lapidus Lounge is located on the mezzanine floor of Ritz-Carlton South Beach. Low lights, plush surroundings, and comfortable seating with art on the wall make Lapidus the place to be for a great evening with wine, food and friends. The lounge is named after architect Morris Lapidus. Guests are treated like royalty at this home of tapas and sushi. Star Martini, Perrier Jouet champagne, and 150-year old Grand Mariner and some very interesting cocktails from the 1950s don the menu.
1445 Washington Avenue Miami Beach, FL 33139 +1 786 522 5353
Owned by the world famous nightclub chain, Cameo, this club is in the heart of Miami Beach. It hosts live events and shows by local and international DJs. Membership passes are available online and enthusiastic clubbers can book their birthday parties in advance and also get concessions. Birthday peeps will receive complimentary admission before midnight.
Since it's opening in 1934, this art deco movie theater has evolved into a bona fide performing arts venue, featuring a variety of productions including dance, opera, and theater. Occasionally, the house will have a preview showing of a Hollywood film, but for the most part, the building has graduated to a live theater house.
976 41st Street Arthur Godfrey Road Miami, FL 33140 +1 305 674 7676
The name of this cafe is suitable; you will find an oasis of deliciously healthy food and drinks here. Oasis Cafe has some of the best Mediterranean food around, as well as a number of creative salads and sandwiches. The cafe has its own juice bar, so feel free to be inventive with your drinks. Tofu, pasta, and even a few meat dishes are available. The cafe is open and breezy, with outdoor seating.
Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts (The)
The largest art center in Miami, Adrienne Arsht Center for
the Performing Arts was first known as Miami Performing Arts Center. Later it was also renamed Carnival Center for the Performing Arts. The center provides locals with the best ...
This is greater Miami's premier performing arts center for grand
opera, symphony, theater, concerts, ballets, lectures and other programs of community interest. Apart from hosting the world's finest orchestras and classical music soloists, the auditorium also hosts the most ...