Lost Boy wouldn’t turn many heads in a city like Austin or Nashville, but it’s a rare animal in Miami - especially in Downtown where clubs have traditionally been the norm. Lost Boy is a pub that even feels a little Western. There’s a lot of wood, a long shelf full of vintage cowboy boots above the bar, and an old piano that doubles as a table in the center of the room. The music isn’t too loud to have a conversation and the cocktails are simple but solid. Come here for a workday Happy Hour or low-key date.
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Floyd is a club in Downtown that’s open late. It’s pretty small, so don’t expect a lot of personal space and be ready to dance.
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Mike’s At Venetia
Mike’s is a random Irish dive bar on the roof of an apartment building right by the Venetian Causeway. It’s got a good view of the skyline.
Esotico is a shiny tiki bar and restaurant near Downtown. The drinks are strong and they serve a surprisingly good octopus hot dog.
The Wharf is a crowded waterfront bar on the Miami River. It's loud, mostly outside, and there are food trucks.
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