Some bars in and around Miami you will like!

The Florida Keys

Louie’s Backyard, Key WestIn Key West, Louie’s Backyard is a crowd favorite first made famous in one of Jimmy Buffett’s tropical ballads. Everything is locally caught, and the food is as spectacular as the view.
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Sunset Grille & Raw Bar, MarathonSpeaking of parrot heads, Sunset Grille & Raw Bar (pictured) in Marathon is where to go for a killer char-grilled cheeseburger in paradise, the impressive raw bar, poolside BBQ parties with live music, and a front row seat for sunset.
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Lorelei, IslamoradaIslamorada is home to plenty of tasty hotspots. Head to the mermaid-themed Lorelei for fish tacos and Key lime pie.
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Pierre’sIslamoradaPierre’s at Morada Bay (fans of Netflix’s Bloodline will recognize it as the Rayburn family’s fictional resort) is a must-visit for fine dining at one of the most beautiful places on the planet.
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La Côte, Miami BeachChannel a South-of-France vibe at the swanky La Côte at Fontainebleau Miami Beach (pictured), where you can sip rosé and nosh on Mediterranean fare while gazing at the sea.
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Mondrian Caffe, Miami BeachOffering incredible water and downtown Miami views, the Mondrian Caffe has a fabulous Sunday brunch spread with bottomless mimosas.
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Juvia, Miami BeachSet atop an architectural wonder on Lincoln Road, Juvia is an upscale rooftop restaurant with 360-degree views of South Beach and beyond.
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La Mar by Gastón Acurio, Brickell KeyFor a chic waterfront dining experience on Brickell Key, La Mar by Gastón Acurio at the Mandarin Oriental offers an eclectic mix of Peruvian gastronomy and high-end cocktails.
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