Miami is synonymous with nightlife. The legendary stretch of South Florida beach is renown as one of the longest established nightlife scenes in the country but it’s also one of the fastest-growing. A new breed of millennial partiers—fueled by the beat of Ultra Music Festival, the epicenter of electronic dance music held annually in Downtown Miami’s Bayfront Park—is transforming the historic tropical playground of the rich and famous into the go-to dance destination for those who prefer both classic and contemporary.
Miami’s hot nightclub, LIV at Fontainebleau Miami Beach, offers a high energy, DJ-driven atmosphere, with the Miami nightclub scene’s sexiest dancers. Offers three full-service bars, a main room playing a variety of hip-hop, house and rock music, plus state-of-the-art audio and lighting systems.
A long-time favorite for locals, the quaint retro bar is downstairs from the recently renovated Gale Hotel, built in 1941 during Miami Beach’s Art Deco heyday. Make like the Rat Pack and sit back with a litany of classic cocktails as you listen to music from a live band or a DJ, or smoke a stogie out on the patio.