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Great beers, great wines, great music and NO attitude! 2007 Best Of Miami Best Neighborhood Bar.
Ladies drink complimentary house wines and sparkling wine.
Wednesday through Friday - Indie/Alt Rock/Rock
Chill music and specials.
Unadulterated rock all night long.
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