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Top Bars in Miami - Your Favourite Miami Bars

  • With a party scene as hot as the Florida climate, Miami boasts innumerable bars, pubs and clubs, many of which are open into the wee hours of the morning. We asked you about your favourite bars in Miami over at our Hostelworld.com Facebook page. Here’s what you told us...

  • Barracuda Bar

    Pato Andres Torres Luque says:

    Barracuda Bar!!! For sure! Chilled nice atmosphere in the middle of Coconut Grove.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Thanks to its happy hour specials, a great selection of bottled and on tap beers and drinking games galore, this dive bar is pretty popular with a mixed crowd. A TV in the bar shows whatever big sporting event is happening that day and a reasonably priced bar food menu is also available.

    Location: 3035 Fuller Street, Coconut Grove.
    Opening hours: Daily noon-3am.

  • Clevelander

    Sandy De Backer says:

    Cleverlander

    Hostelworld.com says:

    You’ll find pretty much everything you need for a great night out at The Cleverlander, a South Beach hotel offering a varied entertainment programme and a huge selection of drinks. There are nine different bar areas here, offering up plenty of cocktails, draft and bottled beers and wine. The hotel also has its own club, sports bar and rooftop terrace. Every night there’s something different going on at the Clevelander. On Tuesdays it’s Ladies’ night and there’s a pool party on Saturday afternoons. Live bands perform on a regular basis and this spot also attracts a line-up of top DJs.

    Location: 1020 Ocean Drive, South Beach.

  • Hooters

    Boris Krumm says:

    Hooters @ Miami Bayside :)

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Hooters might be about as tacky as they come but there’s no denying that they serve up plenty of cheap beers and even cheaper food in a laid-back atmosphere. Big TV screens show sports and there’s outdoor seating here too with a great view out across the water.

    Location: 401 Biscayne Blvd, Bayside.

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  • With a party scene as hot as the Florida climate, Miami boasts innumerable bars, pubs and clubs, many of which are open into the wee hours of the morning. We asked you about your favourite bars in Miami over at our Hostelworld.com Facebook page. Here’s what you told us...

  • Barracuda Bar

    Pato Andres Torres Luque says:

    Barracuda Bar!!! For sure! Chilled nice atmosphere in the middle of Coconut Grove.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Thanks to its happy hour specials, a great selection of bottled and on tap beers and drinking games galore, this dive bar is pretty popular with a mixed crowd. A TV in the bar shows whatever big sporting event is happening that day and a reasonably priced bar food menu is also available.

    Location: 3035 Fuller Street, Coconut Grove.
    Opening hours: Daily noon-3am.

  • Clevelander

    Sandy De Backer says:

    Cleverlander

    Hostelworld.com says:

    You’ll find pretty much everything you need for a great night out at The Cleverlander, a South Beach hotel offering a varied entertainment programme and a huge selection of drinks. There are nine different bar areas here, offering up plenty of cocktails, draft and bottled beers and wine. The hotel also has its own club, sports bar and rooftop terrace. Every night there’s something different going on at the Clevelander. On Tuesdays it’s Ladies’ night and there’s a pool party on Saturday afternoons. Live bands perform on a regular basis and this spot also attracts a line-up of top DJs.

    Location: 1020 Ocean Drive, South Beach.

  • Hooters

    Boris Krumm says:

    Hooters @ Miami Bayside :)

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Hooters might be about as tacky as they come but there’s no denying that they serve up plenty of cheap beers and even cheaper food in a laid-back atmosphere. Big TV screens show sports and there’s outdoor seating here too with a great view out across the water.

    Location: 401 Biscayne Blvd, Bayside.

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