The 10 Best Dance Clubs of South Beach
The days of Versace parties and Madonna sightings are long gone but the nightlife of South Beach is still kicking. The institutions and VIPs come and go, the music changes, styles evolve but the fun times and energy stay.
There are many clubs playing different genres of music in South beach but the following are the favorite EDM clubs.
You won’t believe that this beachside bar is 17 years old with an all new interior design and a refreshed cocktail menu. Located in 1811 Ave, Miami Beach, the Purdy Lounge is the best place to hang out on a Sunday.
Mango’s Tropical Café
Located in 900 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach, Mango’s Tropical Café is an ideal spot if you prefer merengue, bachata and salsa. You also get to enjoy some of the best reggae ton hits in this club. This is the perfect place for a hookup, birthdays and bachelorette parties.
Inspired by Chris Paciello, Rockwell is an exclusive destination where the style is high and tastes are expensive. Expect to meet some big names in this Washington Avenue club including Timbaland, Lenny Kravitz and Lupe Fiasco.
Located in 1057 Washington Avenue, Twist is one of the top gay clubs of Miami Beach. There are seven bars and three dance floors in this spot all playing different music. Here, drags queens own the stage and hot dancers are everywhere in nothing but their undies. Twist a place where you can explore your sexuality and music.
Do Not Sit on the Furniture
Stop by at 423 16th St. Miami Beach to enjoy what this small, dark and perfectly decorated dance club has to offer. Do Not Sit offers the best underground music experience in Miami.
A classic Miami party scene with international DJs, people wearing bikinis while drinking fruity cocktails. It is located in one of the best beaches on the planet on 1 Ocean Dr. Miami Beach.
This is Fontainebleau’s finest partying spot and is a regular destination to some of the most renowned artists including Lil Wayne, Future, Justin Bieber and Calvin Harris. Rolling Stone gave LIV a thumbs up calling it the second best club in the US.
This dance spot is a hideaway in the Edition Hotel and is the place to catch international DJs on different days of the week. It’s the only place where you can ice-skate and bowl while listening to amazing music mixes.
This club, in 1439 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach is all about the music. It is dark, has few decorations and a few strobe lights that set the mood. The Link Miami Rebels crew dominate Friday nights and this is the best time to check out the spot.
This Collins Avenue Club, owned by the same guys who run LIV is all about style and exclusivity. You will hear more underground artists and a deeper choice of dope music in this spot.