Oceanfront Hotels in South Beach Miami | The Shelborne FL

The Shelborne is ideally located to take advantage of nightlife, business and leisure attractions in the Miami South Beach area. Check out the local destination guide for attractions and events in the greater Miami area.

Miami Beach Nightlife is plentiful. Whether you are into clubbing or are looking for a quiet, intimate dinner and the symphony, Miami Beach offers up a cornucopia of entertainment venues sure to appeal to all tastes. The Shelborne concierge will be happy to assist you further with all of your special needs.

Several sports teams call South Florida home. During your stay at the Shelborne enjoy a great football or baseball game at Landshark Stadium, or watch the Heat at the American Airlines Arena.

Be sure to contact the Shelborne concierge for any assistance you may need.

Attractions


Guide - Nightlife - Live Music

Globe Café & Bar

About:
377 Alhambra Cir, Coral Gables, FL 33134 305-445-3555

Description: Coral Gables' answer to the South Beach crush, this popular cafe is a veritable magnet for upscale young professionals on weekday evenings. The work day done, they gather for intriguing cocktails and socializing, eager to slough off the cares of necessity ­ after a quick stop-off at home to freshen up, of course. If food's in order, the menu offers appetizers, pastas, seafood, steaks and sandwiches. Live jazz adds to the ambience, and on Friday nights, the party even spills out into the streets ­ with police approval. Should you desire a VIP experience, the elegant Black Room is a members-only refuge.

Hours:
Mon 11:30am-3pm; Tue 11:30am-10pm; Wed-Thu 11:30am-Midnight; Fri 11:30am-1am; Sat 7pm-2am

Payment Methods:
Visa,Master Card,American Express

Website:
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Hoy Como Ayer

About:
2212 SW 8th St, Miami, FL 33135 305-541-2631

Description: LITTLE HAVANA. Small, cozy and the epicenter of Latin music in Miami, Hoy Como Ayer brings past and present together beautifully. Its name translates as "today as yesterday," and from the photos of legendary singers to Fuacata! (a weekly event that merges traditional tunes with electronic effects), the idea is at the club's forefront. The music's authenticity and high quality often provoke dancing, and big-name vocalists have been known to make surprise appearances. In addition, perfectly mixed mojitos fondly recall Cuba, and a brief menu of Latin foods maintains the pleasurable theme.

Hours:
Wed-Sun 9pm-3am

Payment Methods:
Visa,Master Card,Discover,American Express

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Jazid

About:
1342 Washington Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139 305-673-9372

Description: SOUTH BEACH. Stride into this smooth, sultry bar dressed to kill. Order a classic drink in a highball glass and take in the smoky, atmospheric surroundings. Live music is a rarity in South Beach, but this popular outpost has earned a reputation for putting on great jazz shows, with styles ranging from classic to acid. If you aren't enjoying the experimental performances downstairs, you can always head upstairs to the tiny loft, where DJs spin dance and house. Impromptu celebrity performances are a tradition at this unpretentious, laid-back lounge. Be sure to the Brazilian jazz show the last Thursday of every month.

Hours:
Daily 9pm-5am

Payment Methods:
Visa,Master Card,Discover,American Express,Diner's Club

Website:
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Luna Star Cafe & Gallery

About:
775 NE 125th St, North Miami, FL 33161 305-799-7123

Description: NORTH MIAMI. Enjoy the trendy, original decor at this cafe, which makes you feel right at home with comfortably plush couches, soft lighting and lots of creative local art on the walls. During the day, this is a cafe and coffee bar, where people pop in to chat with friends over cappuccino and latte. In the evening, the South Florida Folk Club sponsors acoustic concerts that are popular among the area arts community and local students. No cocktails, but you can have a beer as you enjoy some soothing folk tunes.

Hours:
Tue-Sat 4pm-Midnight

Payment Methods:
Cash Only

Website:
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Mango's Tropical Café

About:
900 Ocean Dr, Miami Beach, FL 33139 305-673-4422

Description: SOUTH BEACH. Experience the islands without leaving South Beach. You can't miss this place right on the water, where crowds bustle, music blares and tropical drinks are flowing. Enter the jungle-like atmosphere and you'll be amazed at the mural all over the building, which was painted by seven Haitian artists over a period of nine years. There's plenty of live music in the evenings; the cover varies according to the artist. Tasty Latin cuisine is served inside and outside, and there's a small dance floor. The spacious bi-level building accommodates big crowds, and the reggae and salsa music, along with scantily clad dancers, adds an exotic flair.

Hours:
Daily 11am-5am

Payment Methods:
Visa,Master Card,American Express,Diner's Club

Website:
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Mr. Moe's

About:
3131 Commodore Plz, Coconut Grove, FL 33133 305-442-1114

Description: COCONUT GROVE. A curious phenomenon in sunny South Florida, Mr. Moe's enjoys enormous popularity as a rustic, lodge-like sports bar. Lots of wood, stone, and western accents contribute to the overall effect, and dozens of flat-screen TVs offer a sleek counterpoint. People come throughout the week, staying late to watch sports, play pool, take in live music, and compete at trivia. Also available are karaoke and mechanical bull-riding. Tasty eats, including steaks and ribs, bolster the appeal, and many beers and hard ciders maintain the earthy, satisfying theme.

Hours:
Daily 11am-5am Hours May Vary Seasonally

Payment Methods:
Visa,Master Card,Discover,American Express,Diner's Club

Website:
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Tobacco Road

About:
626 S Miami Ave, Miami, FL 33130 305-374-1198

Description: DOWNTOWN. If you're lost among the Brickell Avenue skyscrapers, just keep your eyes peeled for South Miami Avenue, and you'll soon stumble across this gritty, green cat dive. Miami's oldest watering hole, this groovy downtowner is a great place to wet your whistle with some ice cold brews or an expertly-mixed cocktail and enjoy the soothing sounds of old school jazz or blues. With a history that dates back over 90 years, this liquor bar has served such notables as Al Capone and B.B. King ­ most of them legally, of course. Today, Tobacco Road has gained fame for its awesome, homestyle ribs and speakeasy-like atmosphere. Live music nightly.

Hours:
Mon-Fri 11:30am-5am; Sat-Sun Noon-5am

Payment Methods:
Visa,Master Card,Discover,American Express,Diner's Club

Website:
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Van Dyke Café

About:
846 Lincoln Rd, Lincoln Mall, Miami Beach, FL 33139 305-534-3600

Description: SOUTH BEACH. While the Van Dyke pulls in a cafe-society crowd of locals with its elegant menu, it also boasts terrific live jazz in its upstairs venue. A speakeasy-like ambience reigns, complete with rich fabrics, upholstered seating, and a beautiful oak bar. Sophisticated older couples often gather to enjoy the soothing stylings of quartets and vocalists, all the while nursing cocktails and nibbling on baked brie or prosciutto and melon. An intimate escape from SoBe's crush and the city's neon-and-pastel gloss.

Hours:
Sun-Thu 8am-1am; Fri-Sat 8am-2am

Payment Methods:
Visa,Master Card,Discover,American Express,Diner's Club

Website:
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