Miami, Florida

If you're planning a getaway to Miami Beach, grab your bathing suit and shades, your best club clothes - perhaps even a suit - and get ready to have a great time. From fast cars and hot clubs, to drag queens and Latinas, South Beach Miami is just wild and crazy enough to guarantee a good time.

Chill out on the beach, try the exotic eateries, and take a nap to prepare for a long night out. Make sure you have a date if you want to go clubbing because most clubs won't let in a group without girls. Dress to impress! It makes a difference.

South Beach, surf capital of Miami, certainly lives up to the stereotype: Surfers catching waves in a turquoise ocean, models sauntering along golden sands, and roller bladers gliding down Ocean Drive. Hyper-tanned celebrities rub oiled shoulders with hipsters in sidewalk cafés, designer boutiques, lounge bars, and dusk-til-dawn clubs.

Visit Little Havana for a taste of Cuba. Or stop by the trendy Lincoln Road Mall. Miami has something for everyone!



Our Top Picks !

  • The Delano$$$$

    1865 Collins Ave.

    Very chic and trendy located right on Miami Beach's Art Deco district and is within walking distance of Lincoln Road Mall and Ocean Drive. You'll be in the thick of the scene, surrounded by celebrities and wanna-be’s who visit Miami.

  • The Setai$$$$

    2001 Collins Ave.

    The Setai exudes cool and class in every way with its attentive staff, impeccable decor, and over the top amenities. The Setai is about relaxing in an elegant setting and enjoying the finer things in life before hitting the clubs at night.

  • The Clevelander$$

    1020 Ocean Dr.

    If you go on vacation to party and view "relaxation" as something to sneak in when you're at work, then The Clevelander is your place. You won't have to go far - the party may just find you; In the hallway, at the pool, at the bar...

  • W South Beach$$$$

    2201 Collins Ave.

    Flawless service. Awesome decor. Cool pool. Happening lobby. Perfect location - Chic all around. When at the lobby you swear you stumbled into a modeling convention. The hotel's nightclub, Wall (one of our picks), is 20 steps away.

  • Perry South Beach$$$

    2377 Collins Ave.

    A bit removed from the action of SoBeach but once you escape to The Rooftop, the 26,000-square-foot adults only pool with private cabanas, HD TVs, tropical bar, and two hot night clubs on the property, you will know why it's a top pick.

  • Z Ocean Hotel$$$

    1437 Collins Ave.

    A luxurious escape with an all-suite boutique concept and high-end location on Ocean Drive. The penthouse suites are highly recommended and feature jacuzzis overlooking Miami Beach. It's also within walking distance of all the top spots.

  • Surfcomber Kimpton Hotel$$

    1717 Collins Ave.

    Newly renovated, this modern beachfront hotel offers modern rooms with heavenly comfortable beds, five star attention, a great pool area, and a trendy atmosphere. Small rooms but excellent service, located in the heart of Miami Beach.

  • Tides King and Grove Hotel$$$

    1220 Ocean Dr.

    This Art-Deco icon exudes elegance with its minimalist decor. It is located on Ocean Drive, next to exciting dining and nightlife locations, and features stylish luxury suites with expansive ocean views and a fantastic in-house bar.

  • Loews$$$

    1601 Collins Ave.

    Loews is the paragon of luxury. It offers comfort, spot-on service, and it's tastefully decorated. Not to mention, great dining and pristine pool area. But perhaps the best attribute is its location - within walking distance of everything.

  • Pelican Hotel$$

    826 Ocean Dr.

    Great location and beautiful rooms, all decorated differently with their own separate themes. Stay in a suite and enjoy the space and separate lounge area. Bathrooms are decadent and perfect for a sweet afternoon bath party for two.

  • Cameo & Vice $$$

    1445 Washington Ave.

    Cameo Lounge is a legendary South Beach night club has been completely redesigned for the new millennium. It is a cut above the rest with top-notch DJs from around the world, and live rock concerts so bring plenty of cash.

  • Liv $$$$

    4441 Collins Ave.

    Located at the Fontainebleau Hotel in Miami Beach, LIV is a major player in the Miami party scene. The huge space, lavish design, and outrageous entertainment make it a real stand out among Miami clubs.

  • Mansion $$$

    1235 Washington Ave.

    Features a range of dance floors, rooms, bars, and VIP areas. The club is a favorite of models and hip-hop celebrities. Live concerts by well-known artists are also held. Above-average seating and sound quality.

  • Mynt Lounge $$$

    1921 Collins Ave.

    Actors, models, and celebrities frequent this futuristic-themed lounge, making it one of the most exclusive. If you manage to get it, you’ll find a small but hopping dance floor, cool music, and pricey drinks.

  • Louis $$$

    2325 Collins Ave.

    Small and intimate, Louis is a good option if you not only want to drink in a fun club, but also hang out with the boys with beautiful South Beach babes bopping around. Dress to impress and bring a date.

  • Nikki Beach $$$

    1 Ocean Dr.

    This chic, open-air SoBe club is an upscale restaurant by day and a hot dance club by night. Located at the Southern tip of Ocean Drive directly on the sand. The rich and beautiful crowd owns this place on weekend nights.

  • Wall $$$$

    2201 Collins Ave.

    Located inside the W Hotel, The Wall is intimate and small but cool with a good looking crowd. This place has the feel of one big VIP section. There’s a small dance floor but the action takes place at the booths.

  • Rokbar $$

    1905 Collins Ave

    Tiny South Beach club with a sophisticated atmosphere, a great sound system, trendy mixed crowd and consistent music. Top 40 Hits and some House mixes. This place is a BAR though. Don't expect to step into a velvet rope high end club.

  • The Clevelander $$

    1020 Ocean Dr

    This South Beach landmark is a must-see. Sure, it's as touristy as it gets, but this sports bar hangout offers something for everyone. It features an Art Deco pool, dance floor, sexy swimsuit contests, resident DJs and a glowing neon bar.

  • Bamboo Nightclub $$$$

    550 Washington Ave

    This is by far the nicest club in South Beach right now. But beauty and glitz come at a price. It's South Beach! Drinks are expensive. You will likely have to pay a cover. You have to dress up. You should have girl(s) with you.

  • Barton G.American convemporar$$$$

    1427 West Ave.

    Its theatrical presentation makes this one of the most unique dining experiences in Miami. Rated as one of Miami's top restaurants, Barton G's ambiance and extraordinary dishes will satisfy your craving for inventive contemporary cuisine.

  • Blue Door at DelanoEclectic, French$$$$

    1685 Collins Ave.

    The innovative menu and serene garden location attract the hip, famous, and wealthy. Their Sunday Brunch is extremely popular. The food is good, but people come mostly to see and be seen.

  • Casa TuaItalian$$$$

    1700 James Ave.

    If you are looking for a very private, very cozy dining experience, then Casa Tua is the place. Serving authentic Northern Italian cuisine, you will feel like you are in a lovely Italian villa instead of a restaurant.

  • China GrillChinese contemporary$$$

    404 Washington Ave.

    A South Beach celebrity favorite serving up large portions of top-notch Pan-Asian cuisine. Prices are solidly on the high side, but it has consistently great food and service. A good choice for a special night out.

  • OLALatin American, Arge$$$$

    1745 James Ave.

    Internationally acclaimed Chef, Douglas Rodriguez, has brought the vibrant Latin American flavors here where Ceviche is king. This restaurant is full of energy with a view of the kitchen and an outdoor terrace. Located in the Santuary Hotel.

  • BLT SteakSteakhouse$$$$

    1440 Ocean Dr.

    BLT Steak may not be the most scenic (that's Prime 112), and it may not be the loudest (STK), but it is by far the tastiest combination of quality beef, delectable sides, professional service, and civilized atmosphere in town.

  • NobuAsian Fusion, Sushi $$$$

    1901 Collins Ave.

    Peru-inspired Japanese cuisine where you can choose from outstanding Japanese, Sushi, and Seafood dishes all in one sitting. The décor is glamorous, and the food presentation is gorgeous, making for a truly beautiful dining experience.

  • Smith & WollenskySteakhouse, Seafood$$$$

    1 Washington Ave.

    This steak house is the focal point of boisterous South Pointe Park. They dish up great seafood and serious steaks – but the prices are serious too. Watching the ships pass and the models pose for for photo shoots tops it all off.

  • Prime 112Steakhouse, Seafood$$$$

    112 Ocean Drive

    Definitely one of the best, most chic dining experiences in South Beach, Prime 112 has become a celebrity magnet. Expect a long wait at this steakhouse. Prices are very high, but the steak and seafood are among the best you will find.

  • A Fish Called AvalonSeafood$$$

    700 Ocean Dr

    Considered by many as "The Best Seafood in Miami Beach. This restaurant has class, style, live music and great food. Light sauces, great balance, perfect flavors. It can get busy so come prepared to wait for your meal. It's still worth it.

  • Bleau Bar $$$

    Fontainebleau Lobby, 4441 Collins Ave

    This lounge is has a beautiful ambiance and is made for beautiful people - but also people with the money to compensate, making for a diverse crowd of characters looking to see and be seen. Recommended for the people watching.

  • The Abbey Brewing Company $$

    1115 16th St.

    Great for beer connoisseurs with a little bit of sports fan thrown in. Features both in-house brews, and a selection of micro-brews from around the world. It's dark, with TVs. Great for a pre-game or wind down joint - open till 5 am.

  • Wet Willie's $

    760 Ocean Dr.

    Come her for the tasty iced slushy flavored drinks. Try the Banana Collada, the Call a Cab, or the Attitude Improvement. Great place for a daytime refreshment rather than a place to throw them down - perfect way to keep cool in the sun.

  • Nikki Beach $$$

    1 Ocean Dr.

    Enjoy sipping cocktails on a private beach, clubbing with breaks in the cabanas outside. Pretentious vibe and a merciless crowd, with lounge seating on multiple floors with multiple bars. Enjoy the DJ and smallish dance floor.

  • Skybar at Shore Club $$$

    1901 Collins Ave.

    This lounge is a smaller scale version of what a Miami Beach mega club is meant to be. It's loud - you can hear it from down the street, and conversation is sometimes difficult. The outside area is laid back with a Moroccan vibe.

  • Haven $$$

    1237 Lincoln Rd.

    Located on the beach with neon decor and a tropical vibe, Haven is where you want to go if you want to say you've "done Miami." Enjoy sushi and cold drinks outside in a warm ocean breeze. Transitions from dinner to bar crowd around 10.

  • Soho Beach House $$$

    4385 Collins Ave.

    Members only club with a country smell and attentive service while you lounge by the two pools and great beach area. This elite place lends itself to celebrity sightings and a feeling of seclusion. Best if you have a few bucks to spare.

  • Mynt $$$

    1921 Collins Ave.

    Trendy, colorful lounge with attractive women on staff. It's a late night spot with loud house music, and a tough door. One reviewer calls it "the most obnoxious club on Miami Beach" - that's talk that guys like us take as a challenge.

  • Lou's Beer Garden $$

    7337 Harding Avenue

    If you believe the only way to beat a hangover is by not drinking in the first place with lots more booze, then head over to Lou's. This is a beer drinkers paradise and a refuge from the rest of Miami.

  • The Clevelander $$

    1020 Ocean Dr

    This South Beach landmark is a must-see. Sure, it's as touristy as it gets, but this sports bar hangout offers something for everyone. It features an Art Deco pool, dance floor, sexy swimsuit contests, resident DJs and a glowing neon bar.

  • Club Madonna $$$

    1527 Washington Ave.

    This is the only strip club in South Beach - You'll have to venture out to Miami for the real clubs. No alcohol is sold inside and there is always a cover charge with one (soda) drink minimum. Sounds fun? Go. Otherwise, keep scrolling.

  • Tootsie's Cabaret $$

    150 NW 183rd St.

    There is a seemingly infinite number of strippers working at any one time! A solid mix of American, Latina, Black, and even a few Asians sprinkled in. For the most part they are top notch, on par with what you’d find at any club in Vegas.

  • Scarlett's $$

    2920 SW 30th Ave.

    A high tech strip club where the lighting and music enhance the experience - like a nightclub with strippers as an attraction. At any moment there will be five girls dancing on four different stages while the rest parade around the club.

  • The Beach House $$

    255 Sunny Isles Blvd.

    Features a shower stall near the stage, popular with bachelor parties where the guest of honor can bathe with naked women – all to the delight of his howling friends. There are six champagne rooms and one friction room, in a fun atmosphere.

  • Pink Pony $

    7971 NW 33rd St.

    Features Latina dancers with a couple of black and white girls thrown in. Should you want a more personal experience, the “private” room offers a better locale for these encounters without the overpricing of a “champagne room.”

  • King of Diamonds $$$

    17800 NE 5th Ave

    The most exclusive "urban" strip club in Miami with primarily Black and Hispanic dancer with 90% of them flaunting their big butts AND big boobs. Great security and even better drinks. Cover between $10 and $20 depending on the night.

  • Dean's Gold $$

    2355 NE 163rd St

    Formerly Solid Gold, Dean's Gold takes the whole concept of a classy gentleman's club to a whole new level. Dancers are mostly thin Euro girls, Ukraine, Russia some USA and Argentinian. Talent is consistent 6's to 8's. 2 stages, 3 poles.

  • Coco's Nightclub $$

    1430 119th St

    The women here are thick, voluptuous and laid back. The club is somewhat small but offers a good anything-goes vibe. DJs here play the best underground Miami music and Rap/Hip Hop tunes. Drinks are strong and the food is pretty good.

  • Mova Lounge $$

    1625 Michigan Ave

    Mova provides an enjoyable nightlife experience in Miami Beach focusing on quality drinks, excellent music and great entertainment. This truly is an upscale venue that you may call home. Drinks are strong and Karaoke on Monday is great.

  • The Palace $$

    1200 Ocean Dr

    "Because Every Queen Needs a Palace" This is the first and only gay restaurant/bar on Ocean Drive. Palace’s 23 year legacy of infamous weekend drag shows, Sunday “Brunchic,” luscious libations and mouth-watering burgers prevails today.

  • Score $$

    727 Lincoln Rd

    Score remains the quintessential, gay nightclub experience for both locals and visitors. Enthusiastic club revelers experience state of the art lights and sound as some of the world’s most renowned DJ’s visit and draw hundreds of dancers.

  • Magnum Lounge $$$

    709 NE 79th St

    The place oozes style. Great music, piano bar, super nice bartenders. Mostly caters to a gay crowd but the fantastic vibe draws a nice mix or people both straight and gay. Drinks are priced just right, great service and the food is delicious

  • Eros Lounge $

    8201 Biscayne Blvd

    A short driving distance from Miami Beach if you're looking to escape the Beach madness for a bit. Décor is very industrial/modern. The bar area is huge with a stage for shows and live venues. Plenty of parking, great drinks, good service.

  • Swinging Richards $$$

    17450 Biscayne Blvd

    The only club in South Florida to offer fully nude dancers. They claim to make fantasies come true. From surfers, to baseball jocks, to muscle men inked to the max, Swinging Richards offer incredible entertainers to suit every taste.

  • Buck 15 $$

    437 Lincoln Ln

    The most underground lounge to ever hit a loft space. Relax on funky brown and orange cloth sofas and order champagne on coffee tables that look straight from the basement of That '70s Show. Never a cover, no velver ropes, affordable drinks.

  • Lords South Beach $$

    1120 Collins Ave

    This is more than a hotel; it’s a quantum leap in gay travel. An exciting new hotel appropriately oriented for your special South Beach moments, you’ll love the bohemian rooms, fun-spirited dining and ultra-hot spots. Stay, dine, and mingle.