Food & Drink

The Miami Metromover Bar Crawl: 13 Stops, 1 Weird Train

Published On 04/27/2015 Published On 04/27/2015
SEGAFREDO
BATCH
BETTER DAYS
CHAT NOIR
TORO TORO
BISCAYNE TAVERN
ELWOODS
Will Call Miami
THE CORNER
THRILLIST
VERDE
Mike's At Venetia
RAILROAD BLUES
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1. Segafredo 1421 South Miami Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139 (South Beach)

Segafredo is Brickell's quintessential Italian cafe by day, and a sophisticated lounge by night. The casual but chic atmosphere is complemented by its awesome menu and great cocktails.

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2. Batch Gastropub 30 SW 12th St, Miami, FL 33130 (Brickell)

You know a bar is serious about keeping the party going strong when they have cocktails on tap (because really, ain’t nobody got time to mix drinks when Friday is in full swing). Boasting massive plasma TVs, ample indoor and outdoor seating room, and a solid menu of high-end pub fare, it’s a Brickell destination for boozy brunch (chicken and waffles, anyone?) and sports games alike.

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3. Better Days 75 SE 6th St Ste 103, Miami, FL 33131 (Brickell)

A classy take on a good ‘ol fashioned dive bar, Better Days offers up specialty cocktails, good beer, a great happy hour and a relaxed vibe at a very reasonable price. This bar feels right at home in it’s kitschy thrift shop interior, and so will you when you play a round or two of pool between fistfuls of delicious, free popcorn. With shabby chic flamingos, palm trees, and unfinished wood accents, Better Days deftly embodies both the hip vibrance of the Miami night life and the comfy couch in your basement.

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4. Le Chat Noir 2 S Miami Ave, Miami, FL 33130

You’ll finally have an excuse to get on one of those four Inner Loop trains that come by when you’re waiting for the Omni or Brickell ones. Hit this spot just outside the Inner Loop’s only exclusive stop, where live jazz, wine, and cheese are on the menu.

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5. Toro Toro 100 Chopin Plz, Miami, FL 33131 (Downtown)

This Pan-Latin restaurant sits in the lobby of a hotel, but its swank dark wood embellishments and leather booths make it feel like it's its own Miami establishment. The menu includes unexpected items like lamb skewers with yogurt sauce, though classic meat dishes like lamb chops and rib-eye steak are also popular.

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6. Biscayne Tavern 146 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL 33132 (Downtown)

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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7. Elwoods Gastro Pub 188 NE 3rd Ave, Miami, FL 33132 (Downtown)

Run by a Brit and his American wife who drove from LA to open it, Elwood's filling you with plentiful taps (Harpoon IPA, Pilsner Urquel), bottles of Fuller's ESB and London Porter, and UK classics like fish & chips, their weekly Sunday Roast (soup, sala

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8. Will Call Miami 700 NE 2nd Ave, Miami, FL 33132 (Downtown)

A sports bar-foodery/live music venue in downtown Miami, WC's got all you need for a good time: eight beers on tap, more than 250 spirits, 37 craft and imported brews, 20 TVs, live music, and late-night eats.

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9. The Corner 1035 N Miami Ave, Miami, FL 33136

Awarded the New Times Best Cocktail of 2012, The Corner is open late and serves up delicious drinks and eats, like the "Favorite" which's got smoked turkey, Applewood bacon, cheddar, herb mayo, and arugula.

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10. E11EVEN Miami 29 NE 11th St, Miami, FL 33132 (Downtown)

Burlesque performances? Check. Big-name DJs? Yeah. LED screens, a stage with a (cough, cough) pole, plus straight-off-the-carving board eats like pulled pork sliders 24 HOURSA DAY?! Miami's hottest dayclub, E11EVEN, is delivering all of the above, plus bottle service, and scantily clad dancers who are wayyy more likely to hang out if you buy said bottle service and post up in one the leather booths lining the dance floor/balcony.

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11. Verde 1103 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL 33130

Verde, at the Perez Art Museum, serves up stuff like roasted New York Strip with chimichurri butter and the garlic-thyme Tsuyu mushrooms on the side, sugary doughnut holes made with Cuban coffee gel, and pizza called "squash blossom".

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12. Mike's at Venetia 555 NE 15th St, Miami, FL 33132 (Downtown)

We’d say Mike’s at Venetia is one of Miami's best kept secrets, but when Billy Corben Tweets about it at least once a week, well, its not hiding from anyone on the ninth floor of this condo tower right before the Venetian Causeway. The outdoor patio probably has the best bar view in the city, and the pizza may well be Miami’s most underrated.

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13. Railroad Blues 28 NE 14th St, Miami Beach, FL 33132 (Miami Beach)

Railroad Blues, the dimly lit speakeasy, next to STEAM, is the place to enjoy classic craft drinks. When you're done, head outside for some live music on their patio.

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