You can very easily have a bad experience in Miami if you never been to Miami before. Best practices would be to get on the guest list and get there early, and you can almost guarantee entry into a miami nightclub.
Dress Code: A collar shirt,straight leg jeans, and casual shoes is a safe outfit that won't cause you any problem getting in a Miami nightclub.
As per the Miami New Times:
Amy Alonso, Yesi Leon,
Alison Burgos and Julie Garritty
are four very involved lesbians.
Not in the way that ever hot-blooded,
horny man has wet dreams about,
but rather in a collaborate effort to mix
sexy fun with ligitimate issues
concerning their life styles.
Their parties, which include:
Cherry Pie, Fever at Soho Lounge,
and the annual White Party at Nikki Beach,
draw huge crowds of women
who love woman.
Unlike the usual suspects in clubland,
their events are much more than
simply a flesh fest.
In conjuction with the
Miami Dade Gay & Lesbian
Chamber of Commerce,
they organize philanthropic
and civic events like the
Woman's Networker monthly meeting,
which is held at a new
happy-hour location every month.
They raise money and
awareness for a bevy of charitable causes.
All I can tell you about this place is that it is a pain to get into. So, if you want to spend your vacation waiting like a teenager in front of a bar to be picked for entry this is your place!
If you hate pretencious places then stay away from Santos. It Sucks!
Metropolis is one of those Miami's fashion clubs, it's 5 clubs in one, one with international music, one electronic, latino, VIP and Hip-hop.
The entrance fee is about USD30 but luckily Inge's friend Gilda (Gansi) got us free-passes.
Photos will be posted later this week!
Dress Code: No dress code
Not what it is advertised at. Most dancers are atractive; but not beauties. Dancers are nude; but club is very dark & stage is not lighted well.
Dancers are ver persistant on receiving tips after every dance & come to your table "begging" for tips.
Drinks are expensive & increase in price, the later it gets.
A decent place to go to see nude dancers; but dont plan on spending more than a couple of hours.
The club does cater to couples; my wife felt veery comfortable there.
Security of women patrons first & formost w/ escorts to a locked ladies room & back to her seat.
Dress Code: Casual
Miami has everything- climate, beaches, food, music. Unsurpassed nightlife. Fabulous art deco style. But it's the people more than anything that make this city unique- half the population is Hispanic (mostly Cuban), and there's a large influx of Jewish and Jamaican culture flourishing as well. The Hard Rock Cafe Miami, true to our "Love all, Serve all" motto, is proud of this city's diversity and honors it at our thriving Biscayne Bay location in bustling Bayside Marketplace. We're easy to find for all. There's a 60-foot rotating neon guitar on the roof, marking the hotspot for Miamians and visitors alike. So come on inside, sit back, relax and enjoy our excellent food and Miami-Heat-quenching drinks! Or maybe drinking in the views of massive rock memorabilia displays is more your cup of tea. This is definitely your kind of place, too. Whoever, whatever. That's how we do it at the Hard Rock Miami, so make us your place to gather in unity. Whether Madonna or Ricky Martin-spotting, we're by far the coolest spot in this hot, Hot, HOT town.
The only casino in Miami. Or should I say in the reservation. The Miccosukee Indian tribe has the only gambling casino in South Florida. It is not even close to the quality of the Vegas Casinos but it is the only game in town.
They have cheap steak dinners to attrack the gamblers, so if you just want to look and eat, you'll do quite well. A staek and lobster dinner costs $6.95. The only other place that can match this bargain is Tobacco Road.
The tribe also sells tax free cigarettes. If you are a smoker you can save $10 to $12 a carton. The cigarette sales trailer is accross the street from the casino, in a southerly direction.
It is also a hotel, so if you want to visit the Everglades, this would be a good place to stay.
Dress Code: Casual dress code.
A city like Miami has a buzzing nightlife. Great discitheques draw a mixture of latino-american crowds to them and the only thing you have to watch out for is, criminal tension. Florida and Miami are sadly enough also the maingate of drugs for the U.S. and that takes some realy awful characters with it. Make sure out front, what kind of discotheque your going to by asking your hotel-employees or other trustworthy locals.
"Rumba on 6," an event that is dedicated to preserving some of the traditional forms of Cuban music including son, guajira, rumba, and Latin jazz.
Dress Code: Casual -- anything goes!
Views of Downtown from the East. So very cool, so very changing. The use of color, symmetry and sounds are enchanting.