Good food and drinks are great — but add some live music into the mix and you have yourself a party. Here are seven spots around Miami, listed in alphabetical order, where you can find all sorts of music from jazz to salsa and even some blues, every night of the week.Read More
7 Miami Restaurants and Lounges With Killer Live Music
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A Fish Called Avalon
This South Beach seafood join known for its laid-back vibe features live Spanish Rock and Latin Jazz performances for guests to enjoy evenings on the patio from Thursday through Saturday.
Ball & Chain
This classic Cuban hangout — that is known just as much for its live music as it is for its strong mojitos and Cubano egg rolls — features live music lineups every Thursday through Sunday under its signature pineapple dome.
A old tire shop turned bar, Bunbury’s vintage-inspired restaurant and lounge makes guests feel as though they are eating inside of a thrift shop from the 60s. And keeping with the throwback theme, every night guests can listen to music from the era of Frankie Vallie and Neil Diamond, with performances of live jazz a few nights per week.
Every evening at 9 pm., guests of Lagniappe can grab a drink out of its vintage refrigerators stocked with a myriad of craft beers and classic wines, grab a seat on its mismatched backyard patio furniture and listen to the live music ranging from everything local jazz, folk to swing artists.
Neme Gastro Bar
Tucked away on Coral Way is Neme, part craft cocktail bar and part gastropub with elevated bar grub like avocado topped tostones, apple braised pork and charcuterie . But locals know that some of the best live music can also be found on its stage — every single night.
Soya E Pomodoro
This Downtown Italian eatery features a standing rotation of live Cuban jazz music every Thursday and Friday night, that perfectly pairs with the dimly lit, European-styled atmosphere. Can you say date night?
Best known for its “Cuisine of the Sun” — aka the signature mash up flavors from the Caribbean-meets-Miami flavors by Cindy Hutson — Zest’s dishes are complemented by live music including jazz, reggae and Cuban blues every Wednesday through Saturday night.
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