Miami’s boisterous nightlife is relatively unmatched… and with the summer months being pretty miserable, you need a way to escape the heat. That’s why we’ve rounded up some of the best new bars that have opened in Miami so far this year!
Miami’s Best New Bars in 2015:
1930s House – In keeping with this historic bungalow’s enigmatic past, the menu features a bespoke collection of artisan cocktails, including the high-style Hemingway Royal. Appropriately named, this bar inhabits a house from the 1930s that once stood across the street from the Thompson. They’ve now moved it poolside, but your favorites haven’t changed. Visit on the weekend for live entertainment.
Concrete Beach – Located in Miami’s illustrious Wynwood district, this new beer joint makes a nice addition to South Florida’s up-and-coming brewery row. Don’t let the lack of TVs scare you… Concrete Beach is more of a social scene, with patrons sitting around the tap trying the brewery’s newest creations that aren’t yet available anywhere else.
Rhythm and Vine – This new outdoor beer garden just north of downtown is sure to become one of your new favorite hangout spots. Relaxed and casual, bar-goers can lounge at picnic tables outside while being served drinks from a bar inside an old trailer. The air-conditioned main room boasts the authentic South Florida nightlife vibe, so feel free to drink inside if you prefer. The food trucks lined up outside make this place the best of both worlds.
Libertine – Probably the coolest (and maybe creepiest) on our list, this new downtown spot recreates turn-of-the-century London by adorning its entryway with chicken wire, glass, and raw steel. Once inside, however, you’ll see that this animated club boasts a floor made entirely of pennies, a DJ booth made from a repurposed baby grand piano, and classic craft cocktails behind the bar.