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12 Miami Bars Staying Open During Hurricane Matthew

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Let's be honest, being locked up indoors due to Hurricane Matthew gets old — quick. So we've rounded up 12 bars across town that are keeping their doors open during the storm in order to keep your glass full.

And if you need a place to grab some grub, here's your guide to what's open and closed around town.

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Barracuda Taphouse & Grill

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This beer-centric bar is open "Today, Tomorrow, The Next Day..You know how we do!” according to its Facebook, meaning it’ll be serving up brews from noon to 3 a.m.

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Batch Gastropub

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Batch Gastropub will be open, unless the storm turns west, and features and extensive food menu and plenty of drinks.

Batch Gastropub

Blackbird Ordinary

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Plans to stays open throughout the storm, citing on its Facebook page “we never close, come hang until Matthew blows over!” But they add, “bring cash just in case.” Spot plans to be open until 5 a.m.

Fritz & Franz Bierhaus

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A little weather can’t damper an Oktoberfest party, right? That’s the belief of Fritz & Franz, who are keeping the party going through the storm.

Fritz & Franz Bierhaus

Happy Wine

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Need a glass of vino to get you through the storm? Happy Wine plans to stay open as long as the “weather allows it.”

Happy Wine

Little Hoolie's Sports Bar

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Plans to stay open regular hours — with a DJ and live entertainment to boot.

Little Hoolie's Sports Bar

Mac's Club Deuce

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This bar that never seems to close, won’t be shuttering come for the storm either.

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Mike's at Venetia

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This local watering hole plans to weather the storm, literally, by staying open for locals through Matthew.

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Repour Bar

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In the vein of one hurricane parties being "One of the coolest Florida rights of passage” Repour Bar will be opening its doors to mix up its signature cocktails. Even if they have to do it by candlelight.

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Sandbar Sports Grill

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A popular UM spot will stay open during Hurricane Matthew.

Sandbar Sports Grill

Sweet Liberty Drink & Supply Co.

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A Miami Beach favorite -- which is open until 5 a.m. daily -- plans to keep slinging drinks throughout the hurricane.

Sweet Liberty Drink & Supply Co.

The Corner

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Keeping with the Hurricane theme, The Corner is serving up $10 Hurricane drinks while South Florida stays in the “super scary cone of probability.”

The Corner

Barracuda Taphouse & Grill

Barracuda Facebook

This beer-centric bar is open "Today, Tomorrow, The Next Day..You know how we do!” according to its Facebook, meaning it’ll be serving up brews from noon to 3 a.m.

Barracuda Facebook

Batch Gastropub

Batch Gastropub

Batch Gastropub will be open, unless the storm turns west, and features and extensive food menu and plenty of drinks.

Batch Gastropub

Blackbird Ordinary

Plans to stays open throughout the storm, citing on its Facebook page “we never close, come hang until Matthew blows over!” But they add, “bring cash just in case.” Spot plans to be open until 5 a.m.

Fritz & Franz Bierhaus

Fritz & Franz Bierhaus

A little weather can’t damper an Oktoberfest party, right? That’s the belief of Fritz & Franz, who are keeping the party going through the storm.

Fritz & Franz Bierhaus

Happy Wine

Happy Wine

Need a glass of vino to get you through the storm? Happy Wine plans to stay open as long as the “weather allows it.”

Happy Wine

Little Hoolie's Sports Bar

Little Hoolie's Sports Bar

Plans to stay open regular hours — with a DJ and live entertainment to boot.

Little Hoolie's Sports Bar

Mac's Club Deuce

Mac's Club Deuce Facebook

This bar that never seems to close, won’t be shuttering come for the storm either.

Mac's Club Deuce Facebook

Mike's at Venetia

Mike's at Venetia Facebook

This local watering hole plans to weather the storm, literally, by staying open for locals through Matthew.

Mike's at Venetia Facebook

Repour Bar

Repour Bar

In the vein of one hurricane parties being "One of the coolest Florida rights of passage” Repour Bar will be opening its doors to mix up its signature cocktails. Even if they have to do it by candlelight.

Repour Bar

Sandbar Sports Grill

Sandbar Sports Grill

A popular UM spot will stay open during Hurricane Matthew.

Sandbar Sports Grill

Sweet Liberty Drink & Supply Co.

Sweet Liberty Drink & Supply Co.

A Miami Beach favorite -- which is open until 5 a.m. daily -- plans to keep slinging drinks throughout the hurricane.

Sweet Liberty Drink & Supply Co.

The Corner

The Corner

Keeping with the Hurricane theme, The Corner is serving up $10 Hurricane drinks while South Florida stays in the “super scary cone of probability.”

The Corner

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