There is really never a bad time to come to Sweet Liberty. They’ve got one of our favorite Happy Hours, with $0.95 oysters and some of the best cocktails in the city for only $6. The late-night scene is always fun without feeling sloppy. The Sunday drag brunch is a blast too, whether you’re looking for bottomless rosé or a great fried chicken sandwich. This place is everything we love about South Beach: sexy and colorful and not afraid of a hot pink neon sign, without any of the nasty overpriced stuff you’ll eat and drink on Ocean Drive.
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