Drag queens rule the stage. We live where people vacation. Soho Beach House also boasts a Cowshed spa, beach club, 49 hotel rooms, and nonmembers welcome among other diversions. And we all know that's the truth. And to double your pleasure and double your fun, Tucandela is actually two nightclubs in one. Enjoy classic cocktails, a well-curated wine list and tasty bar bites in good company seven days a week. This 27,000-square-foot South Beach dance spot has it all, from the bright lasers to confetti drops.
Giving yourself over to the rhythms, the lights, and the energy is a total release. If you're a tourist from the Caribbean or South America, this is probably the only club you'll go to for the duration of your stay. Rooftop views and Greek-inspired cocktails are on the menu at this Wynwood newcomer. Basement on Wednesday Basement Miami Beach When: Wednesday Miami may not be known for its basements, but this one is a decidedly cool addition decked out in Studio 54 swag. Miami is known for glitz, glamour, and douchebaggery. Here, guests can enjoy dinner and a show by famous Latin music artists like Tito Puente Jr.
They arrived from Bogota, Colombia, via Panama. Naturally made mojitos and daiquiris help guests cool off between songs. If you can swing a table at this megaclub, you're golden. This is definitely the type of place to take your girlfriends out for a night of dancing, a place to meet new dance partners, a place to lose yourself in the music. To soak all those cocktails up, Momofuku Nisi alum chef Carey Hynes, serves up shareable pastas including cacio e pepe and rigatoni, oysters, salads, country ham, and more. Brad Kilgore has teamed up with award-winning bartender Nico de Soto for his latest creation, Kaido, a Japanese-inspired bar and lounge.
But if it's dancing that you're after, there's plenty of that going on, especially late into the night as the drinks flow freely and the beats get better and better. Though its lease is set to expire in the not too distant future, this Wynwood gem remains an electro hotspot where locals and in-the-know tourists flock weekend after weekend. The basement features a bowling alley, a skating rink, and a nightclub that are all interconnected. But that doesn't mean you're getting in. Situated on the waterfront right on Ocean Drive, Mango's Tropical Café offers a Havana heyday-style party where Latin tunes and live bands lure locals and patrons alike to the dance floor. There are dinner and a show happening here nightly, and crowds often gather from across the street to catch a glimpse of the dancers and theatrics.
The lounge has an appealing retro-inspired rec-room aesthetic and you'll immediately think you've entered your best friend's basement circa 1975, complete with lava lamps, funky chairs and old-school board games. Check their calendar for a rotating musical lineup of Latin and cabaret performances, including Grammy-winning singers and Cuban musicians. Oh, and if you get thirsty, step through the blue door and find yourself inside the speakeasy for plenty of tequila-infused cocktails and good times! Make sure to explore all three floors of the club as there's a different vibe on each. Nikki Beach is one of those places that leaves an imprint on your mind for years — as long as you remember it the next morning. Our experts personally appraise each choice in terms of their overall enthusiasm for it.
Both of these have had the likes of Justin Bieber and Eva Longoria in their midst. Do Not Sit on the Furniture. Pitbull, Daddy Yankee, Jacob Forever, and Luis Fonsi, too. While they're still just starting out, there's no doubt that larger acts will be hitting the stage here in no time. Tucandela serves up reggaeton and salsa, bachata and cumbia. The music shifts and styles evolve, but the energy and excitement remain.
The shuttle will then pick you up at 4 a. Velvet ropes line the street, then vanish, only to return under new blinking signs. Drinking, dancing, and ice-skating at Miami's best bars Eat, beach, drink, repeat: This is the Miami mantra. Your stuffy suit won't get you through the door of this ridiculously cool and exclusive members-only club, hotel, and spa. Here, the biggest reggaeton hits blast through pink and orange atmospheres, and any woman walking alone is bound to be swept up in a close gyration before she can reach the restroom. The upscale spot, dubbed one of the , recently underwent a.
From the mind of SoBe nightlife impresario Chris Paciello comes an exclusive spot opened in 2016 where tastes are expensive and style is high. Purdy is where you go at the end of a long night, when you just want to dance around with likeminded folk who want to do the same thing. But when it's dark and muggy, it's got that true underground magic, a place that puts music first and welcomes all willing to dance. Walls glitter with gilded, diamond-patterned mirrors, and a disco ball hangs above the center of the room. There's a reason Purdy Lounge is still around. Off the beach, a new era of clubs has sprung up in the Design District and Midtown.