If you love professional wrestling and beer, then this might be your favorite bar in Miami. But even if you aren’t a diehard fan of either, you’ll still probably find this Calle Ocho spot refreshing and surprising in a good way. While most bars in the area specialize in live music and mojitos, Union Beer is a great spot to sit down for a conversation with zero pressure to salsa. They have a solid beer selection, a friendly crowd, free Pac-Man, and a constant stream of classic professional wrestling playing on the TVs so you can check out The Rock back when he still sported a Speedo.
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