Miami Beach Nightlife
Dine, Wine and Prepare to be Entertained
See what Miami Beach nightlife has to offer for an evening that is truly caliente. These are just a few South Beach restaurant and bar recommendations.
501 Lincoln Road
Spice things up with a night of salsa dancing at this sexy South Beach club. Lessons are offered every Friday and Saturday night at 7:30pm.
Joe’s Stone Crab
11 Washington Avenue
In 1913, Joe Weiss opened a small lunch counter on Miami Beach. Back then, Miami Beach was just a quiet, backwater town; 99 years later, no visit to Miami has been complete without stopping in at Joe's Stone Crab.
1654 Meridian Avenue
A family-owned café favored by local Cuban-food lovers. Walk up to their window at any time of day or night for a Cuban sandwich. Or have lunch or dinner in the main dining room.
412 Española Way
Nuvo's menus offer a wide selection of appetizers inspired by Mediterranean and European cuisine, along with a fine selection of seafood, pasta dishes and premium beef cuts.
Havana 1957 Cuban Restaurant
405 Española Way
819 Lincoln Road
Havana 1957 sets itself apart by creating a gastronomical experience that re-enacts the glorious and glamorous old Cuba of the 1950s,
1445 Washington Avenue
According to locals this is one of South Beach's hottest dance club.
1921 Collins Avenue
Known for having one of the most fabulous crowds in the Magic City.
136 Collins Avenue
Miami's newest nightlife venue, located in the heart of South Beach.
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