With a rooftop pool terrace that seemingly juts into Biscayne Bay, the skyline views here are stunning. Inside the Gale Hotel, the 1940s-era décor makes this place seem like a speakeasy in the middle of tourist-ridden South Beach. Featuring a club, restaurant and cabana bar, this is definitely a taste of the tropics and what Miami living is all about. The Made and The Born Influenced by time spend with friends, and flavors we enjoy. Located at One Ocean Drive in Miami Beach. A rooftop bar and restaurant that offers great food, delicious drinks and fantastic views of Miami's central part and the surrounding skyscrapers as well as Miami River. Luxurious and spacious, the roof terrace has a double setup, where the pool area features a large infinity pool, comfortable sun loungers and cabanas where guests at the hotel can enjoy poolside cocktails and Italian bites.
The warm climate and tall buildings helps to contribute to this. Or you could pay your rent. Boasting six combinations of gin, tonic, and garnishes, the bar offers a variety of ways to sip the traditional Spanish drink, known simply as a gin tonic. To find out more or to opt-out, please read our. Within a few short years, it went on to launch an entire hospitality brand with the Freehand hotels. Perfect for those who like relaxation right next to a luxurious rooftop pool. Stop by The Broken Shaker at 2727 Indian Creek Drive in Miami Beach, or call 305.
Stop in for a taco and grab a cold cerveza from the ice chest before making your way through the secret door that leads to all the fun. Here's a freshly updated version of Eater's Cocktail Heatmap, a guide to the hot drinking dens and restaurant bars of the moment in South Florida. Here is a little guy who packs a big punch. Drinks include sazeracs, original daiquiris, old-fashioneds, sidecars, French 75s, Manhattans, pisco sours, mai tais, and mint juleps. It reigns supreme as the best wine bar in the city, and the down-home, friendly staff allows you to appreciate fine wine without feeling intimidated. The drinks are a creative blend of classics and cool creations -- think Cucumber Mint Collins or a rum smash made with muddled passionfruit.
One of the oldest and last remaining dive bars in Miami Beach, Mac's Club Deuce is the neighborhood's definitive spot to drink, play the juke, and shoot some pool. As the evening wears on, the air fills with cigarette smoke and 80s rock and folks tend to get pretty loud. Open-Air Nightlife Destination Live music and entertainment blend seamlessly together with indoor and outdoor dining at downtown Miami's only open-air, all-inclusive nightlife destination. Stick around after the sun sets to booze in the moonlight. How does Sweet Liberty so consistently earn this honor? Lounge in the comfortable lounge furniture and sun loungers, sip on cocktail from the ground floor restaurant The Local House and enjoy the vast views over the Atlantic Ocean and South Beach. Consider this the antidote to overpriced drinks and overblown egos.
This dimly lit Brickell bar has an effortlessly cool divey feel on the inside, full of creative cocktails and the occasional live band. As for partying until nearly midnight in your bikini? It all arrives with a side of chips and guacamole. This is a the smoothest Negroni you will ever drink Gin, Two Different Bitters Two Different Vermouth, Citrus Social Punch Bourbon, Spiced Guava Cordial, Citrus, Bitters Our take on a tropical punch. After that, the bar stays open another ten hours for cheap drinks and. Nothing has changed inside this legendary establishment, which opened in 1964. One 190 Octane cocktail will set even the professional bartender on fire for either an unforgettable night. Or the Velvet Sideswipe with mezcal, Ancho Reyes, pineapple, pepper, and lemon.
The Broken Shaker has helped evolve the Miami mixed drink scene bringing the stiff drinks out of the parlor and into the open air. The roof terrace is equipped with a cool rooftop pool, large daybeds and comfy lounge sofas, perfect for relaxing and loungy hours under the Miami sun, sipping on well-crafted cocktails including spicy Maragrita's. The Cape is a charming rooftop bar, located in Miami Beach and quite different from other rooftops in the area with its handcrafted cocktails, craft beers and a usually low-key vibes. Guests can enjoy an innovative selection of classic cocktails and modern mixology offered alongside a menu of light plates. At La Côte you can choose to wine and dine beachside on the ground floor, or preferably poolside one level up, where you get great and soothing views over both the pool area and the ocean. Crushed ice is piled on top of the muddled ingredients along with rum and a splash of soda to create the perfect island-style drink.
Decorated in a modern and Gaudí-inspired design, with nice furniture, lounge sofas and cosy fire-pits, the open-air and spacious terrace has an exclusive and relaxing feel. From the moment you walk in the door you are greeted and made to feel like royalty. A sumptuous floating walnut bar surrounded by plush velvet jewel-toned banquettes and walls lined with art photography of matadors in action, the scene is set for a sophisticated cocktail. Some popular food items are artichoke fries and local fish tacos. Gone are the days of ordering vodka sodas and blue Long Islands when out on the town in Miami. Friendly bartenders take a highball glass and add sugar, fresh lime juice and whole fresh mint leaves to get things started.
From decades-long mainstays like Purdy Lounge and Mac's Club Deuce, to more modern concepts like New York City-import Employees Only, Miami-made Broken Shaker, and all-in-one arcade, bar, and pizza joint Ricky's, these are Miami Beach's ten best bars. So, which is the best rooftop bar in Miami? Its mismatched backyard is perhaps the best place in Miami for a drink and a conversation. Monday through Saturday, noon to 5 a. And at our map you can search for the Miami rooftops closest to your location. Up here, it's always a pleasant and harmonious atmosphere.
This boozing spot welcomes all kinds: punks, hipsters, gays, straights, artists, even the yuppies wouldn't be chased out. You can also feast on a steak dinner between performances at their rooftop bar and lounge. Put on your fancy pants, people. To throw darts and drink gin and tonics, baby. A contradiction: dive bar meets cocktail bar meets sports bar meets dance floor and—is that a library next to the bathroom? Which are the best rooftops in Miami? All in a vibrant, fun and friendly South American vibe.