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1. Mokai235 23rd St, Miami Beach
2. Wall Lounge at the W Hotel2201 Collins Ave, Miami Beach
3. Bardot3456 N Miami Ave, Miami
4. EDITION2901 Collins Ave, Miami Beach
5. Mansion Nightclub1235 Washington Ave, Miami Beach
6. Bâoli1906 Collins Ave, Miami Beach
7. Rec Room1685 Collins Ave, Miami Beach
8. Hyde South Beach1701 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
9. The Garret at Grand Central697 N Miami Ave, Miami
10. STORY Nightclub136 Collins Ave, Miami Beach
11. LIV Nightclub4441 Collins Ave, Miami Beach
12. Club Space34 NE 11th St, Miami
13. Blackbird Ordinary729 SW 1st Ave, Miami
14. E11EVEN Miami29 NE 11th St, Miami
Mokai's space is adorned with cherry red leather couches, Asian-ish lattice work on the walls, and plethora of delicious Asian-inspired eats.
A collab between The Opium Group (Opium, Prive, Mansion, SET) and the guys who helped create Mynt before moving on to Mokai and Quattro, the Wall, cloistered in the back of South Beach's new W Hotel, distills both teams' acumen into a boutique-sized club that makes no bones about the fact that it's small enough to already be VIP, and therefore doesn't need a VIP room -- the same logic Mini-Me uses to keep from jumping into a river with rocks in his pockets.
Whether you’re making out on the couches, playing pool in the back, or dancing to the sounds of Pirate Stereo and Santiago Caballero on The Carpet, just make sure you leave with someone up for a little... um, well, you know...
This hotel has a bowling alley, one of the best restos around (Matador Room), a club, AND an indoor ice rink. Yup, you read that right.
This Miami nightlife mainstay is one of the most over-the-top clubs in South Beach... and probably, like, everywhere else. State of the art sound system, multiple levels, and performances from artists like Britney Spears, Skrillex and more make this club the place to see and be seen.
Contrary to what you might think, Baoli is a club that'll actually feed you something other than vodka. The outdoor space may be the main attraction, but the food isn't half bad, and once it hits midnight things go off completely.
A subterraneous lounge with a retro, '70s kitch vibe, Rec Room is one of the few places with a lax door policy and a genuinely nice door staff. The relaxed attitude is reflected in the tracks as well: DJs spin LPs to crowds of 20- and 30-somethings, giving fair play time to everything from electronic to Hip Hop.
Oh, you thought you knew all there was to know about SLS? Well now you need to learn yourself on Hyde, the LA superlounge whose infinitely more low-key Miami version basically looks like a swank rec/sun room complete with cushy orange couches, hula girl lamps, a tile-lined patio and pool, plus a foosball table whose players are princesses and punk rockers.
This hipster-style club within a club that’s actually a converted train station promises to take you back to the days when you rocked the peach fuzz without all that awkwardness.
With a phenomenal sound system and concert lighting that rivals LIV Nightclub's, this 27,000-square-foot SoFi spot brings in the world’s best DJs -- from David Guetta to Kaskade to Cedric Gervais, and of course, Steve Aoki -- to light up the dance floors until the wee hours. 60 VIP tables are also on offer to accommodate spenders, with manicured bottle service accompanying the over-the-top circus setting.
Part of the 'Bleau's Vegas-style resort, LIV is a massive, 18000-square-foot vaguely amphitheatrical club laid out in a multi-layered, nearly circular design that presents zero obstacles to voyeurs, performers, and DJs -- Calvin Harris, Steve Angello, and Sander Van Doorn -- from seeing and being seen from from almost anywhere. And since “getting a table at LIV” is basically Miami for “my weekend’s gonna be way cooler than yours,” the two-story megaclub in the Fontainebleau is definitely a top contender.
This over-the-top club is located in a multi-story warehouse, and comes complete with live DJs and a rooftop terrace. Thanks to its 24-hours license, lots of lasers, and pretty lights, the after-after-after-hours club is Miami's greatest freak show, and likely the only 10+-year-old club that can lay claim to such subsisting fame.
The Blackbird Ordinary offers wine, beer, shooters, and cocktails that are anything but its name. Get all that with tasty "street food" every Friday at the bar's weekly pop-up, Hidden Kitchen.
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.