Sometimes nothing hits the spot like a burger, and Voice Places is Miami’s authoritative guide to the all-American sandwich. Type in a restaurant name, search by neighborhood, or browse our dozens of professional and user reviews to answer that perennial question: Where’s the beef?
Like the West Coast's renowned family-owned In-N-Out Burger chain, East Coast eatery Five Guys (whose original family-owned restaurant opened in... More »
To read more about this opening, click here.
This South Beach hangout has more attitude than a Hell's Angel. OK, perhaps that's pushing it a little, but it's a sports bar, lounge, and restaurant that is... More »
There's more than one legendary castle serving up sliders in the U.S. Like its infamous northeastern brother, Royal Castle is known for its classic square sliders. Their... More »
When you really want to cheer a local team on, especially the Hurricanes or the Dolphins, you will fit right in wearing your most audacious colors at one of Miami's most... More »
Before cell phones and the Internet, there was Bird Bowl. This old-fashioned, Big Lebowski-style bowling alley has been open for 52 years. Besides the lanes, there's a... More »
Though located north of its Homestead predecessor, the second installation of Keg South might be harder to find. It's not as spacious as a typical sports bar, but the... More »
This sister location to the South Beach Burger & Beer Joint has the same rock & roll attitude. It's a sports bar, lounge, and restaurant. This should come as no... More »
Walk into this authentic Irish Pub and you will be instantly transported toa small farmtown in the countryside. Not only can you get a proper... More »
Like the West Coast's renowned family-owned In-N-Out Burger chain, East Coast eatery Five Guys (whose original family-owned restaurant opened in 1986, nearly 40... More »
Ortelio Cárdenas is a wizard. His short, straight hair, apron, and shirt are all white. Shortly after dawn each morning, the 74-year-old arrives at his Flagami cafeteria, El Mago de las Fritas. Working alone, he seasons his meat and makes his signature sauce. No one knows his recipes — not his staff, not even his kids.
It's almost like magic.
It’s hard to meet a girl to take home to Mama, especially if you’re a girl who likes girls. Gay clubs and lesbian bars are fun and all, but what about women looking to hook up in settings that don’t involve strobe lights, cigarette smoke, and random straight people? Local lesbians looking to meet new friends in fun ways can join the Fist, a queer-girl meet-up group...
Beer is good. Pork is better. Together they’re awesome. There’s only one thing that could make the pair even more awesome: a butchery class. Monday at 8 p.m., 8 oz. Burger Bar (14815 Biscayne Blvd., North Miami Beach) and Stone Brewing Company will host a beer and butchery pairing — a monthly pairing dinner series complete with a lesson in slicing and dicing domestic...
Find everything you're looking for in your city
Find the best happy hour deals in your city
Get today's exclusive deals at savings of anywhere from 50-90%
Check out the hottest list of places and things to do around your city