Food & Drink

The Brickell Loop bar crawl

Published On 08/09/2013 Published On 08/09/2013
Brickell Loop bar crawl - Miami
Brickell Irish Pub
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1. The Hoxton 1111 SW 1st Ave, Miami, FL 33130

The Hoxton's the first of three new Brickell joints (from Nobu extraordinares) linked by private back corridors. In sticking with that theme, there are hidden bookshelf-packed nooks, leather couches, and creepy portraits. In other news, their cocktails are not hidden and are really good.

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2. Brother Jimmy's BBQ 900 S Miami Avenue, Suite 135, Miami, FL 33130

When the Brother Jimmy’s gods tell you to “Put some South in yo’ mouth,” you do not say no. The New York-based one-stop-shop for inexpensive beers and Southern fare splits its food menu equally between saucy barbecue specialities and fried delights. Hush puppies, fried pickles, hot wings anchor the starters, while fried spiced catfish and Dixie hoe cakes stand out among the non-BBQ entrées. Of course, it's a rarity to come here and not order barbecue, and luckily the platters of sliced brisket, Carolina pulled pork, and baby back ribs do not disappoint.

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3. Biscayne Tavern 146 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL 33132

Like any self-respecting tavern, Biscayne offers pub grub and drinks - the pub grub being American comfort food like crab cake sliders, short rib pot roast, and eggplant fries and the drinks a rotating menu of 30+ craft beers.

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4. 180 Degrees At the DRB 501 NE 1st Ave, Miami, FL 33132

Rarely does one encounter a dive bar that places such emphasis on skillfully crafted food with elegant presentation. For those who crave a chill ambience (think: repurposed wooden walls, dim lights, and chalkboard drink specials) with gourmet flavors, 180 Degrees at the DRB offers a respite. It’s a gastropub that marries traditional culinary techniques with bar fare, leaving locals raving about their signature 50/50 burger (a house-ground patty of chorizo and beef, topped with queso frito, spicy lime aioli, and a fried egg) not to mention their rotating list of over 50 draft beers.

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5. Tobacco Road 626 S Miami Ave, Miami, FL 33130

It may be considered Miami's oldest bar, but TR's laid back yet lively atmosphere's still got it; they're serving up good bar food and drinks & host live music seven nights a week.

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6. Brickell Irish Pub 1451 S Miami Ave, Miami, FL 33130

This Irish gastropub touts extensive suds and wine lists, hosts live music & karaoke, and's the perfect place to catch the game (any of them) and socialize.