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Alicia Silverstone

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104 MiAMi LiViNG ML SELECTS TOBACCO ROAD 626 S. Miami Ave. | Miami (305) 374-1198 | They boast all kinds of menu and drink specials like, "All You Can Eat" crawfish. BAR | LOUNGE REASONS TO COME REASON TO STAY PURDY LOUNGE 1811 Purdy Ave. | Miami Beach (305) 531-4622 | One of South Beach's best-kept secrets, Purdy Lounge can be compared to a good ole' house party, and it's open every night of the week. Friday and Saturday nights are home to R&B, hip- hop, and all the music in between that make you sing aloud. The drinks are affordable, there is no cover, no dress codeā€”it's a great chill place to hit up with friends. You don't have to dress to the nines to come out here. ROSE BAR At the Delano 1685 Collins Ave. | Miami Beach (305) 672-2000 ext. 2051 You'll be hard pressed to find a more beautiful spot to grab a drink than along the Rose Bar at the stunning Delano Hotel. Flowing white curtains hang between massive white columns that lead to a marble bar and towering wood paneled walls. The ambiance is very Miami chic. TITANIC BREWING COMPANY 5813 Ponce De Leon | Coral Gables (305) 667-2537 | Titanic produces a fine selection of award-winning beers and ales. Located next to the University of Miami, in addition to their own brews they serve an international selection of beers, delicious food, and live music. The beers, of course. Try the Boiler Room Nut Brown, Triple Screw Light and Capt. Smith Rye Ales or the Millennium Smoked Porter. TRANSIT LOUNGE 729 SW 1 Ave. | Miami (305) 377-4628 | This downtown Miami bar has a laid-back, fun vibe. Serving up live music, pool, darts, board games, classic American bar eats and affordable drinks, it's definitely a spot to have some fun. Everyone from young professionals to artists, and even Colin Farrell (who visited Transit on several occasions while filming Miami Vice) frequent this place. The plush couches, cold beer, and board games. Miami's oldest bar, established in 1912, is still a rockin' spot. This bar/restaurant/cabaret is one of the only places in town to take in blues, rock, jazz, calypso, and more, amidst a crowd of professionals to bikers. They have indoor and outdoor seating, a nice drink selection, and classic American fare. Bars & Lounges Lost Weekend Miami Beach Words by Michael Jack The cool and relaxed atmosphere, affordable drinks, great live and jukebox music make Lost Weekend a paradise for both South Beach locals and tourists. Lost Weekend is the only bar in South Beach that has pool tables, air hockey, darts, foosball, even skee-ball. All of this, combined with their selection of over 100 beers, makes Lost Weekend one of the few bars where you can still be yourself in South Beach. Because of its location, Lost Weekend attracts an interesting mix of service industry workers, tourists and celebrities. Celebrities including, Lenny Kravitz, Alonzo Mourning, R.E.M's Michael Stipe, Liv Tyler, Carson Daly, Metallica, Tony Hawk, Steve O, Matt Damon and Ricky Williams, have all partaken in the festivities that Lost Weekend provides. Take advantage of their great drink specials, such as discounted pitchers of beer, 2-for-1 specials, and for the lucky ladies, your drinks are free from 10 p.m. till 2 a.m. every Wednesday on Ladies Night. Opened in 1996, Lost Weekend is open 7 days a week from 5 pm to 5 am, 365 days of the year. Drop by at: 218 Espanola Way, Miami Beach. (305) 672-1707 ML pick bar

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