While the front of the Surfcomber South Beach is deceivingly plain, the restaurant hidden inside is anything but boring. At The Social Club, plush seating surrounds narrow tables, the bar is clad in green tile, and the whole space is littered with skylights and open-air terraces. The cuisine is upscale American, with a bit of a Southern accent, and the menu is heavy on fresh seafood and several of chef Blair Wilson's famous sauces (like pickled-pepper goat cheese). And while the food generates plenty of accolades, the real reason to make a trip to The Social Club is the bar. Renowned for its inventive house cocktail list, the mixologists at this hotel bar certainly know what they're doing. The drink menu includes everything from carrots and vanilla ice cream, to maple syrup and fresh apricots -- and somehow, it really works.