Below we have the top picks for this Monday, experience the best of Miami nightlife with our dusk-till-dawn guide to the best clubs, bars, dance, and more.
ART WEEK MIAMI @ Wynwood Walls & Art District, Miami (Miami) – The Art Basel Artweek in Miami is probably the biggest art event worldwide! Over one hundred thousand art lovers visit Miami during this week each year. Various art fairs, galleries in the art district Wynwood and art events inspire the visitors year after year. This year Pipari-Art will be there too. Join in on all the art fun in Miami!
The first ARTBOX.PROJECT ever took place in Miami in December 2016 and they have promised you that the ARTBOX.PROJECT would return to Miami. Now the time has come, the ARTBOX.PROJECT Miami 2.0 will take place from the 2nd – 8th of December 2019, in the art district Wynwood in an incredible gallery right next to the Wynwood walls! Wynwood is the absolute hotspot in Miami during the Artweek, their location will be at the main street, alongside the Wynwood Walls, where all art-loving Miami visitors will pass by!
They will offer a new virtual reality attraction at the ARTBOX.PROJECT Miami 2.0 for the first time, which will both attract and fascinate visitors. As always, they will combine original artworks with the new digital world. All participating artworks will be shown, the finalists and semi-finalists can expect a great package, which will promote their art globally.
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ART WEEK MIAMI @ Wynwood Walls & Art District, Miami – Miami, Florida 33127
Bob Bonis: “Rolling Stones: A Day in the Life” Opening Reception @ Wilzig Museum Building (Miami Beach) – Start off Miami Art Week at the opening reception for the new Bob Bonis exhibition from 7PM – 10PM! “The Rolling Stones – A Day in the Life: Their First Ever U.S. Recording Session – June 10, 1964”, The Bob Bonis Archive presents an exclusive historic collection of photographs of the Rolling Stones’ first-ever trip and recording sessions in America at the world famous Chess Records studios in Chicago.
Chess Records played a seminal role in the formation of the band, and the recordings that took place made up the majority of the band’s first and second albums. The photos in the show, taken by tour manager for the Beatles and the Rolling Stones Bob Bonis, show the band in the studio, recoding songs as well as the downtime in between recordings. This exhibition is a preview of the new Bob Bonis Museum coming to the Wilzig Museum Building in 2020.
The exhibition opening reception is open to the public and will feature music by DJs Andres Aguirre and Mayra Jaimes, an open bar, food, and access to all museum galleries. The event is free to attend. Please RSVP here in advance.
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Bob Bonis: “Rolling Stones: A Day in the Life” Opening Reception @ Wilzig Museum Building – 1205 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida 33139
ART BASEL / Italkraft Wynwood Showroom Opening @ ITALKRAFT (Miami) – Today December 2nd is the Opening party for the new ITALKRAFT showroom in Wynwood from 4PM-9PM. It will feature artist ÃLE JORDÃO, RSVP in advance here.
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ART BASEL / Italkraft Wynwood Showroom Opening @ ITALKRAFT – 36 NW 29th St, Miami, FL 33127-3928, United States
LOUNGES, BARS & PUBS:
Bodega South Beach (South Beach)
Taqueria by day and a hopping nightspot after 11PM. It’s only after passing through their unassuming side door that you will enter one of South Beach’s hot hidden nightclubs. The mixologists have an extensive menu that relies heavily on “illegal” mezcal, and the DJ keeps the room pumping all through the night. It caters to a friendly, over 21’s crowd and makes for a good introduction to the South Beach scene minus the cover charge and lineups that you’ll find at clubs closer to the beach.
Bodega South Beach – Monday – Sunday from 12PM – 4AM.
1222 16th St, Miami Beach, FL 33139
Tel: (305) 704-2145
The Broken Shaker (Miami Beach)
Escape to a backyard oasis and revel in the Tales of Cocktail’s award-winning Best American Hotel Bar. The Broken Shaker’s handcrafted cocktails are composed of elixirs, syrups and infusions made from garden herbs and spices, and fresh-pressed produce and exotic ingredients from around the world. Their skilled mixologists are shaking up the perfect blend of ingredients and international flavors to complete your Miami Beach getaway! Reservations are accepted for parties of 6 or more.
The Broken Shaker – Monday – Thursday 5:30 PM – 2AM, Friday 4:30 PM – 3AM, Saturday 1AM – 3AM, Sunday 1PM – 2AM.
Serving poolside lunch and cocktails Monday – Friday: 12 PM – 5PM and Saturday – Sunday: 1PM – 5PM.
2727 Indian Creek Dr, Miami Beach, FL 33140
Tel: (305) 531-2727
Mac’s Club Deuce ♣️ (Miami Beach)
Laid-back ambiance, rustic decor, pool tables & jukebox make this SoBe institution a local hangout. What Mac’s Club Deuce has done in South Beach is nothing short of a miracle. Miami Vice threw its cast party here. Playboy named it one of the best bars in America. And the late Anthony Bourdain said it was one of his favorite spots in the world. In a city that changes like an indecisive chameleon, an island always for sale to the highest bidder, Mac’s joint has remained a pristine, neon-lit paradise untouched by outside forces.
Mac’s Club Deuce ♣️ – 8AM-5AM, 7 DAYS A WEEK
222 14th St, Miami Beach, FL 33139
Tel: (305) 531-6200
Ted’s Hideaway (South Beach)
This really is a dive bar hideaway amidst the swanky South of Fifth landscape and the bling of South Beach. This unassuming bar is open late and offers happy-hour specials and multiple TV’s for sports fans. It’s an easy escape for an hour or two — or ten. Time slips away at this little hideaway. Happy hour drinks specials everyday from 12PM-8PM.
Ted’s Hideaway – Monday – Sunday 12PM – 5AM.
124 2nd St, Miami Beach, FL 33139
Tel: (305) 532-9869
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