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Take a Look Around Wynwood’s Splashy New Drinking Den

Called rácket, it’s from the team behind Foxhole Bar and Drunken Dragon

Racket Miami

The team behind popular South Beach drinking dens Foxhole Bar and Drunken Dragon have taken their talents to the mainland for their latest bar offering. Called rácket, its located in the middle of the ever busy neighborhood at 150 NW 24th Street.

Rácket features two rooms with different environments made with materials like zinc and black rolled steel, live wood, mirrored glass, and neon lights. The atrium area is decorated with couches and has a more laid-back vibe, while the main room has more of the party atmosphere Miami is know for with an industrial ceiling, skylights, and plenty of music.

With different atmospheres in each room, comes different cocktails. The tiki-themed bar in the atrium specializes in tequila, rum and mezcal drinks with about 100 options to choose from. The main sky-lit island bar goes the craft cocktail route and features a selection of neighborhood beers. The space also features a variety of entertainment including a pool table, a jukebox, and projectors that are dropped to show music videos, sporting games, and more.

Rácket is open daily from 1 p.m. to 3 a.m. and offers a daily happy hour from 4 to 8 p.m. Call 786-637-2987 for more information.

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