A run-of-the-mill bar for South Beach locals and karaokee fans. There's only one pool table but the cheap drinks and big-screen TVs are enough to keep the sauciest patrons somewhat entertained. Not to mention drunken crooners who think they're Michael Bolton understudies.
Despite its location amid million-dollar bayfront condos and a bunch of tanning salons and expensive cafés on South Beach, Dewey's Tavern, which is nestled on the corner of Ninth Street and Alton Road, does not wear the fancy pants. Instead Dewey's is a tight, cozy little hole-in-the-wall, one of the few places on the Beach where you won't find anyone wearing a $300 T-shirt. According to the staff, the tavern is rarely crammed with customers, usually just a relaxed local crowd that... More »