Ten Best Bars on South Beach
Miami is a town that's all about the booze. Our idea of a fun night out is bar-hopping, shot-taking, and beer-chugging. And there's no better neighborhood to get our collective drink on than the party epicenter of the universe: South Beach.
But with the plethora of pubs, bars, lounges, and other drinking dens, how's a thirsty someone supposed to navigate the landscape? Lucky for you, we've done the legwork. So here are our top choices for best South Beach bars, from epic dives to breezy lounges. Cheers.
10. The Room
Talk about an accurate moniker. The Room is just that -- a tiny, candlelit bar south of Fifth Street that's home to an impressive selection of craft brews. There's also wine for the beer-averse. But it's damn dark in there, so beware the beer goggles once you've had a few of their higher-ABV selections.
9. The Abbey
One of the oldest bars in the city and the Beach's only actual brewpub, the Abbey is a landmark. Sidle into the smoky setting, order the 11 percent ABV Brother Aaron's Quadruple, and drink like monks do. They've got a full bar, too, but seriously, this place is more of a beeradise than anything else.
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100 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, FL