This place has really expanded since I lived here in 2002. You now have a very cool back bar with a little Tiki atmosphere where you and your new dance partner can go chill out....and this place will be very close to your room if you stay near the Village, so no DUI's involved.
Dress Code: Beach attire, at most collared shirts and shorts for the guys.
Went here on Saturday, had a good time,drinks were not too pricey, this club is not on the Key, its about a mile off of the South bridge on Clark. And, by the time you read this, as clubs go, it might be gone.
Dress Code: Beach attire, though I would try to dress up a little if nothing more to impress the opposite sex.
The Daiquiri Deck is a wonderful place to have lunch/dinner. The atmosphere is fun and entertaining. It is an open air bar/resturant that is a great nightlife location, but even the kids could be there. It depends on the event or time of year, but kids are welcome to the resturant. After hours can be a single scene but they do serve food so that makes it alright for kids to come.
Dress Code: Beach wear!!!
I got twisted last time I was in the Daiquiri Deck, those drinks are so good and they sneak up on you.... and there are always cute girls working here
Dress Code: Beach attire