Yes, it's inside a hotel and attached to a so-so restaurant, but the Leopard Lounge bar is an in-season favorite of the fortysomething scene. This is a...more
Kalahari claims to be the only authentic South African bar in America; certainly, expat owners Hal and Dee Hofmeyr have managed to import a chunk of their...more
Situated on a promenade between Islands of Adventure and Universal Studios, the world's largest Hard Rock Café adjoins this live-music venue. Its...more
A few blocks removed from the Duval Street madness, the Green Parrot is arguably the most authentic watering hole on the island (the building dates from about...more
Eurotrashy, big-boobed lovelies adore the been-there-forever Forge restaurant and the permatanned locals who fill it. The club space next door is equally...more
Although South Beach has a huge gay population and draws a lot of gay tourists from all over, much of the nightlife has actually migrated north to Fort...more
No one goes to the Enzian just for a movie, although it's possible. This unique institution's patio bar, made of Brazilian walnut and shaded by Spanish moss,...more
First opened in 1938, the Elbo Room hit headlines in the early 1960s when it became ground zero for the wholesome hipsters who flocked to Fort Lauderdale in its...more
Tourists in Orlando usually party at theme park–linked complexes like Downtown Disney or Universal's CityWalk, or along International Drive's tacky,...more
Just what downtown Miami's nightlife scene needed—that's the universal refrain about the Democratic Republic of Beer, which opened to the hops-happy...more
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