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Miami Springs, FL 33166
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Known around town as being one of the hottest salsa clubs Miami has to offer, Cafe Mystique spices life up with a fabulous line up of the very best in Salsa and Latin music. Whether the DJ is spinning on the tables, or a live band is playing, you're certain to Cha Cha your night away on the dance floor. It has a fun and sexy vibe with a crowd to match. But be sure to brush up on your moves, because these guests don't mess around. They know their stuff and they tend to dance into the wee hours of the morning. The drinks are pretty good, nothing out of the ordinary, but standard for Miami. Its a smart casual scene, so dress to impress but leave the tie at home. Expect a line on popular nights, call for information on reservations and bottle service.
One of several locations all over Miami, including the international airport, this is the Cuban equivalent of an upscale American fast food chain. The selection of low-priced traditional fare is comprehensive, and the portions are generous. Service is fast and friendly. The atmosphere is extremely casual. Typical Cuban dishes are served: Palomilla Steak with Rice and Black Beans and a serving of Plantains, or the Cuban Sandwich and Flan for dessert.
Ache is a Hispanic nightclub that often features live music. Local bands from different genres of music perform here and create great dance music. After you dance the night away have a midnight snack or head to the bar for another drink.
Located in Little Havana, the Ache Supper Club serves as a restaurant, bar, nightclub, and cabaret. The club has entertaining and original shows, with dancers, skits, and comedy. All forms of Spanish music including, Merenge, Bachata, and Reggaeton can be heard here. Visit the website for show times and tickets.
Located in Northwest Miami, Polish American Club Of Miami provides entertainment to all party lovers and those who love to dance to some groovy tunes. The light fare includes cool drinks and delicious appetizers. The swank atmosphere and attractive crowd makes this place a perfect upscale option for party-goers. Drinks can be expensive but the music and the atmosphere make it a heaven for party animals.
Somewhere between a jazz bar and an upscale restaurant, The Globe is a neighborhood favorite both for its ambiance and fabulous Italian-fusion food. An impressive selection of wines, beers, and liquor make it nearly impossible not to have a drink with your dinner. Along with the standard pizza, pasta, and salads found in just about every Italian restaurant, you can also choose from specials such as the lobster club sandwich. Dim lighting, a mahogany bar, and the sounds of jazz and blues characterize The Globe.
This is the place to go when you feel like listening to some live flamenco music. This restaurant's award-winning Spanish cuisine is served in a cozy setting that looks as if taken directly from a travel guide on Spain and its traditions. The service is courteous and the entrees are moderately priced. Located in the popular area of Little Havana, it can sometimes get seedy at night. Make sure you have arranged transportation if you are staying later than 11p.
Zarabanda is a very popular restaurant and club featuring international cuisine by chef Joel Rodriguez, plus a cigar room, theme nights, live entertainment, impeccable service and an exceptional champagne and wine list. A contemporary combination of wood and lavender-colored furnishings highlight an informally elegant ambiance. The dinner menu includes appetizers like seafood, mushrooms and tapas, salads, fresh fish and pastas as well as Vaca Frita (Cuban-style flank steak) and Lamb Chops. However, the lunch menu is somewhat limited but offers tasty specials.
This festive club, located in the Little Havana district, is known for having some of the best live Latin music in Miami. Hoy Como Ayer welcomes everyone as long as you have a passion for dancing and a love for live music. The prices are pretty reasonable here and the service is always friendly and helpful. Dance the night away to a wonderful mix of salsa, dance, DJ and live performances. And be sure to browse through their extensive cocktails menu, which has all the usual suspects, as well as specialty drinks, such as their famous signature Mojitos. They also have a light bar menu, with options such as Tamale platters and salads.
Club Azucar is one of Miami's hottest gay clubs. Azucar features everything from ladies nights on Wednesdays, while Saturdays and Sundays feature drag shows, cabarets and male strippers. Regardless of the night, Club Azucar always packs it in with people looking for a fun night.
No cover charge, funky hats and an extensive menu of shots; is there really anything more you require to have a great night out? If the answer is no, Wynwood's SHOTS is just the place for you. It's not just the names (Jessica Rabbit, The Brain, Captain America) that are creative; every shot comes with a prop, so if you think having to wear a cape for the Superman is a little strange, just wait till you see the whackier ones. Weekly and monthly parties ensure that there's never a dull moment at SHOTS.
If you are a fan of Nicaraguan food, this is one restaurant you must visit. El Novillo is an exceptionally good addition to the plethora of South American eateries emerging in the Miami area. The decor is suggestive of a hacienda with a graceful and inviting look. Appetizers are varied such as the fried cheese, nacatamalitos or ceviche. But definitely save room for an entree. Try the churrasco or a pepper steak in cream sauce. Enjoy the live Marimba music on certain days of the week while you sip on your drinks at the bar.