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Sick of social media? Bardot has a parking-lot entrance, no sign, and a zero-photography policy. A long bar dominates one side of the single open space, while Moroccan-cool lounge furniture, a pool table, and a stage take up the other half. Topnotch local bands, musicians, and DJs play regularly, and late-night parties make this spot prime for after hours. Plus there's also a weekday happy hour. Expect a cover charge, expensive drinks, and the possibility of a South Beach-style door hassle on busy nights.
With DJ DZA and Derek Walin
Miami, beware. A killer is on the loose. He's been known to murder decks, waste lames, and strangle wannabes. When he executes a mix, he'll destro...
Miami, beware. A killer is on the loose. He's been known to murder decks, waste lames, and strangle wannabes. When he executes a mix, he'll destroy your idols and obliterate the competition. Behin... More »
There's something wonderful happening to pop music over in the U.K. Underground dance music styles like deep house, garage and bass are breaking through the roof and taking over the charts, in muc... More »
From the outside, there's no sign of life. Long curtains hinder any attempt to spy through the windows of midtown's ever-expanding strip mall on North Miami Avenue. In fact, there's really nothing -- aside from the packed parking lot -- to indicate you have arrived at your destination in an otherwise desolate area. Late at night, there is only this bar and Gigi's, both owned by Amir Ben-Zion, who is building a local empire. Bardot reminds us of a cross between the coolest music... More »
On May 10, 2012, Laura Sutnick closed a chapter of her life. Besides matriculating at the University of Miami, she's been the iconic on-air DJ Laura (of Miami) on WVUM for the past four years. Her show, Vamos a la Playa, quickly became a Miami staple -- a two-hour feature of the best in college radio. Sutnick also took her keen ear to the nightclubs, spinning regularly at places such as the Electric Pickle and Bardot. But she wasn't content to be only a DJ. With Patrick Walsh, she... More »
We thought local business impresario Amir Ben-Zion would retreat quietly into Miami nightlife history after he shut down Domo Japones in the Design District. We were wrong. This past October, he opened Bardot, which reminds us of the late Pawn Shop Lounge. Knickknacks and suggestive artwork from Ben-Zion's personal collection are strewn across the space. Though the address says North Miami Avenue, the entrance is located in the back. The only hint of it is a simple red awning. Get there... More »
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