We love a good dive bar, but Miami is also still a city designed for the absurdly rich and famous. On nights when you want to throw on a suit and pretend like you’re either of those things, hit up Le Sirenuse. This luxurious bar in the Four Seasons is old-money gorgeous, with palm trees surrounding an emerald green bar you can practically see your reflection in. The cocktail menu reads like a glossy luxury magazine and the cocktails are very expensive, but also incredibly tasty.
Le Sirenuse Restaurant & Champagne Bar is permanently closed.
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