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1. Ball & Chain

We recommend sampling a few Cuban-inspired cocktails: the Mojito Criollo (made the classic way with the mint leaves left intact for enhanced aroma, and more sugar), the Canita (white rum, lime, house-made honey syrup, guarapo or sugarcane juice, sugarcane stick) and the Pastelito Daiquiri (pastelito-infused aged rum, lime, simple syrup, and a side of pastelitos or guava pastries).


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2. Sweet Liberty Drinks & Supply Company

Situated in the up-and-coming Collins Park area alongside the Bass Art Museum, Sweet Liberty offers guests world-class cocktails and creative American food. Conceived and operated by award-winning bartender John Lermayer and Dan Binkiewicz along with restaurateur David Martinez, Sweet Liberty brings an intelligent selection of food and drink from sophisticated to simple to downright delicious.


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3. Pawn Broker

The Pubbelly Boys have established a classy and chic new member to the city’s cocktail scene, a venue that thaws through the conventional Miami stereotype. With a delicate hint of exclusivity, the Pubbelly Boys have deep rooted a feel good, approachable vibe throughout the bar. The trio have crafted a scene where you can sit by the bar for a drink alone and then find yourself sharing stories with people you hardly know.


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4. Bulla Gastrobar

All of the great things diners have come to love about Bulla—a big, commanding space, authentic tapas menu and quality service—have made the trek out west too. But don’t be so quick to stay put, as this location is one of the few restaurants in the country to have a Josper oven, a fancy grill/oven combo in which they’re able to make all sorts of tasty rice dishes in record time.


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5. Katsuya

EXUBERANT SERVERS WELCOME YOU “IRASHAIMASE” AS YOU WALK IN AND BID YOU “ARIGATO GOZAIMAS” AS YOU LEAVE AND IN BETWEEN, ORIGINAL CREATIONS LIKE THE CRISPY RICE WITH SPICY TUNA AND AWARD-WINNING COCKTAILS LIKE THE BURNING MANDARIN DELIGHT YOUR PALATE


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6. Area 31

Executive Chef Wolfgang Birk’s innovative seafood, much of it sourced from the waters you can gaze out upon, would surely be packing in the patrons. The menu changes regularly, but expect fresh ceviche, tartars and crudos. Also in keeping with the restaurant’s dedication to fresh and sustainable seafood is the range of entrées, featuring traditional proteins done up with a Spanish twist.


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7. Punch

Most of the action happens around the bar’s terrace, however, where locals are welcomed to dance or play dominos while sipping some of the cheapest mojitos they’ll find anywhere else inMiami. During Hora Feliz (happy hour), mojitos are just $3 a pop.


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8. Segafredo L'Originale

Mobbed with a colorful crowd, the mostly outdoor café lures elegant slummers with its hefty cocktail menu. Weekday afternoons from 5pm to 7pm come with a special treat, the aperitivo,  where customers can enjoy a buffet style of tapas available with the purchase of a cocktail


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9. Socal Cantina

The new location is just up the street and, despite its smaller size, serves up a larger selection of drinks than the bar's previous incarnation. Fans of Holtzman’s popular Gardner’s Margarita and Grass Clippings will find these, plus smoky old-fashioneds and other rum- and bourbon-based drinks. .


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10. Wood Tavern

Wood is an egalitarian oasis in the heart of the burgeoning Wynwood Arts District. Grab a seat a one of the picnic tables in the “backyard” to mingle with all walks of life. Enjoy more than a dozen craft beers on tap, including selections from the neighbors at Wynwood Brewery. Plenty more bottles and cans fill the coolers behind the bars, and the cocktails are pretty decent, too.


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