Miami Restaurants & Nightclubs


Miami Restaurants & Nightclubs

Miami Restaurants & Nightclubs offer black travelers a wealth of soulful dining options in cosmopolitan Miami and trendy Miami Beach. The Haitian cuisine at Chef Creole Cafe, Tap Tap and Le Bebe are inspiring. The name Dave’s Jamaican Restaurant and Bakery is revered in these parts. The Bahamian Connection is a solid choice for conch salad favorites. Jackson’s Soul Food is both mouth-watering and filling, while People’s Bar-B-Que leaves no doubt between your first delicious bite and the last. The outdoor cafe, ultra-lounge and nightclub scene that has featured Marlin Bar, SoBe Live and other Miami Beach nightclubs on Collins Avenue and Washington Avenue too numerous to list, but second to none. Its a bachelor and bachelorette paradise. Bon appetite and get your swerve on the same night!

Bar One
DESCRIPTION: A hip bar & grill with a patio facing Dodge Island and the City of Miami and adjacent to the A1A Causeway; you can watch pleasure craft ride by during a meal
CUISINE: Modern Miami featuring delicious dishes and a menu that patrons rave about
CREDIT CARDS: Yes
DAYS & HOURS: Mon-Thu 5p-1am with HAPPY HOUR 5p-7p, Fri 5p-2a, Sat-Sun Brunch 11a-4p & Dinner 5p-2a
ADDRESS: 520 West Avenue #1, Miami, FL MAP
PHONE: 305-763-8323
WEBSITE: https://www.baronemiamibeach.com/

Tap Tap 
Restaurant
CUISINE: Haitian Creole

Marlin
 Bar
CUISINE: Light fare

SoBe Live
CUISINE: Creole

Jackson’s Soul Food
CUISINE: Soul Food

People’s Bar-B-Que
CUISINE: Barbecue

Bahamian Connection
CUISINE: Bahamian

New Frontier Lounge
CUISINE: Light fare

Chef Creole Cafe
CUISINE: Haitian Creole

Le Bebe Restaurant
CUISINE: Haitian Creole

Tropical Oasis
CUISINE: Jamaican

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