My 305 Style: Zack Bush

The owner of the resurrected jazz spot Ball & Chain, this Little Havana hipster knows his way around Miami’s music, fashion — and anything fun.

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Courtesy Broken Shaker

THE BAR “The Broken Shaker’s amazing. They’re cool without even trying. They can make anything you ask for.” Broken Shaker at Freehand, 2727 Indian Creek Drive, Miami Beach; 786=325-8974; thefreehand.com 

THE WATCH “My Piaget watch — I never leave home without it. It was a gift to myself,” $18,900. Piaget, Design District, 140 NE 39th St, Miami; 305-908-4050; piaget.com.

THE DESIGNER “John Varvatos is probably my favorite store. The clothes are always a little cutting edge without going too over-the-top.” John Varvatos, 1020 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach; 305-674-7917; johnvarvatos.com.

Courtesy Gil Bitton

Courtesy Gil Bitton

THE TUNES “Sure it’s mine – and I love it! My partners and I were excited about not only bringing another live music venue to Miami, but also being part of something historic in a city where history sometimes gets overlooked.” Ball & Chain, 1513 SW Eighth Street, Miami; 305-643-7820; ballandchainmiami.com

THE SUSHI “I think that Nobu is still the best around. If I could afford it, I’d eat there seven days a week!” Nobu, Shore Club South Beach, 1901 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach; 305-695-3232; noburestaurants.com.

Read the rest at Indulge magazine.

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