rácket is Wynwood’s premier destination for an up-scale bar, lounge and nightlife experience. Think elegant Wynwood mixed with eclectic entertainment and sophisticated craftsmanship. Upon entering the venue, one is greeted with a covered-atrium featuring a tiki-inspired rum and tequila bar. As you continue into the main room, guests revel around a central sky-lit, live wood-edge, rolled steel island bar where one can enjoy seasonal ingredient craft cocktails and a selection of neighborhood beers. Make your way to the back and you’ll find a staircase that leads you to a separate bar and vibe called Attic. rácket serves as a unique daytime hang out as well as a nightlife destination, all under one roof. The food menu features a twist on classics, like the truffle flatbread or the rácket panini made with prosciutto, pesto, goat cheese, arugula and fig jam on sourdough bread. For the lighter fare, enjoy the charcuterie board served with fig jam and olive bread or the guac and chips. What makes rácket such a unique experience are the original libations that have been curated by the team and their experiences that expand across the globe. rácket offers an ever-evolving experience through its elevated ambiance and alluring libation. The happy hour menu, which includes drinks and eats, is available Wednesday-Friday from 4-8PM. rácket has become one of Miami’s leading venues for late-night entertainment in just two years and offers an ever-evolving experience through its elevated ambiance and alluring libation. With different atmospheres in each room, comes a different experience. Whether you’re in the mood for lunch and a game of pool or a night of dancing and drinking, rácket is your go-to spot. For more information, visit www.RacketWynwood.com.
Foxhole, Miami Beach’s speakeasy bar and lounge was established in 2011 and is marked by a faint red light above an oversized door in a semi hidden alleyway. Upon arriving, guests are exposed to a second passage door boarded with chic grey and silver wallpaper, which leads to an entrance illuminated by a neon blue sign reading “I Found Foxhole” assuring guests that they have made it to their destination. Adjacent to the sign sits a variety of entertainment including a pool table and a hanging dartboard. Walk in a little more and one can find an island bar surrounded by sections of tables and lounges, plus a jukebox offering a range of self-select music. Projectors are dropped to show music videos, MLB and NFL games, as well as UFC fights. Additional seating is found on the second floor of the venue along with a smaller bar for event purposes. In seven years, Foxhole has been recognized as one of the best local hangout spots on South Beach, as well as one of the best places to visit until the sun rises. Customers are able to enjoy small bites catered by HHG’s neighboring restaurant, Drunken Dragon, for select hours of the night. Foxhole offers a daily half off happy hour from 5PM to 9PM and is open until 5AM every day of the week. For more information, please visit www.foxholebar.com.
The Asian-inspired gastropub and cocktail bar opened its doors in 2014 and was the first to bring Korean barbecue and tiki-themed cocktails to South Beach. Drunken Dragon presents the do-it-yourself method of table-side grilling for guests to roast an array of intensely-flavored food over an energetic flame, along with an extensive menu of modern family-style dishes Asian tapas. Non-traditional plates are influenced from all over Asia – from Thailand, Japan to Vietnam – and are lovingly prepared to satisfy a variety of palates. The exterior of Drunken Dragon, a plain strip mall, is just foreplay for the provocative and well-crafted interior. Upon entering, guests are welcomed with a dim sum cart hostess stand and walls decked out with heavy ropes and provocative photography of Japanese bondage. In five years, Drunken Dragon has become one of the favorite restaurants in Miami receiving multiple awards for its cuisine and design elements. In addition to HHG Executive Chef Sergio Rivera’s heavy culinary expertise, the restaurant’s elaborate tiki-themed cocktail program brings mixology to a whole new level. Drunken Dragon is open 365 days a year and offers a daily happy hour from 5PM to 7PM and a reverse Dragon Hour Sunday through Thursday from 10PM to 11PM. For more information, visit www.DrunkenDragon.com.