19 "Dancing" restaurants in Miami.
LIV is a very well-known Miami Beach club inside the Fontainebleau. It can be tough to get into and it's very expensive.
El Patio is an outdoor bar in Wynwood. This place gets packed and loud, so it really feels like more of a club atmosphere.
Basement is a club in Mid-Beach with bowling lanes, a small indoor ice skating rink, and a dance floor.
E11even is a 24/7 club in Downtown. It’s part nightclub, part strip club, and 100% ridiculous.
Twist is a classic LGBTQ club in South Beach. It’s made up of a series of small rooms and is a fun place to dance.
Los Altos is a speakeasy club on top of a taco restaurant in Little Havana. Come to dance to pop remixes and drink cocktails.
ATV Records is a small Downtown club from the former Electric Pickle team. If a DJ you like is playing, it’s a fun room.
Floyd is a club in Downtown that’s open late. It’s pretty small, so don’t expect a lot of personal space and be ready to dance.
Club Space is a Downtown club that’s open for 24-hours on the weekend and also books great DJs.
Blind Barber is a semi-swanky bar behind an actual barbershop inside the Nautilus Hotel.
Churchill’s is a grimy dive bar in Little Haiti with live music seven nights a week. And we absolutely love it.
Cafe La Trova on Calle Ocho is a huge Cuban restaurant with live music, great cocktails, and very good food.
Coyo Taco is where you’ll find the best tacos in Wynwood, as well as a little speakeasy nightclub in the back.
Bodega is one of South Beach’s best taco spots with a bar in the back that gets pretty packed on weekends.
The Palace is an iconic gay bar on Ocean Drive with the best bottomless mimosa drag brunch in town.