4 Inventive South Florida Cocktail Bars

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There are countless places where you can get a great drink in South Florida, but what about those days you want an elegantly crafted cocktail? That’s why you’re friends with us, because we know exactly where to go. Here’s a look at our top 4 picks.



The Broken Shaker
2727 Indian Creek Drive, Miami Beach
Talk about fresh! The herbs and spices used to make one-of-a kind drinks come straight out of the bar’s very own garden, filled with mints, lemon, lime, mango, papaya, edible flowers, and much, much more. Relax in the garden bar, in the back of the Freehand Miami Hostel, and live like Alice with a Magic City Swizzle, where all the freshness around you has been condensed into one delicious drink.


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DOWN UNDER: Delancey’s Bar Opens in South Beach’s Townhouse Hotel

Things are more fun when you have to sneak in.

At Delancey’s, you walk around the back of the Townhouse Hotel to enter the below-ground bar, like breaking into a friend’s basement for a house party.

A dark space of black flooring and walls, the decor is an eclectic mixture of animal heads, black-and-white striped couches, topiary, vintage books, and killer art by Helmut Newton.

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Shaken Up

James Bond, the original smooth guy, is notorious for his drink preference: martini, shaken not stirred. Well, if he knew all the options he had out there he may have ventured out further on the bar menu and possibly enjoyed some of South Florida’s most creative drinks.

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