[QUOTE=ShaktiGurl;1449033]Ah, this place sounds fun! I love live music and outdoor venues so these kinds of places sound good to me. We will have my in-laws in tow so they might be more particular with the types of food offered. Any other live music restaurant/bar places you would suggest?
Within a mile of Bayside, try these for live music (but call first):
- Avenue D Jazz & Blues (just north of Brickell Village) blues in intimate setting, until 3am
- Blue Martini (Brickell Village) good live bands that even 40 to 60 year olds will like
- Churchills (Art District) don't dress up
- The Stage (Midtown) classical violin to hip-hop, until 4am
- Lagniappe (Midtown) New Orleans
style jazz, until 2am
- Gramps (in Wynwood) large patio/courtyard, until 3am
- The Vagabond (Omni Hotel) until 5am
- Awarehouse (Wynwood/Midtown)
(Wynwood) a bit wierd
- Finnegan's (on Miami River) 3 bars, open air with 200 ft of dockage, pool, hot tub, aquarium
- Eve (3 blocks w of Bayside) indie/pop/electronic with dance floor
- Bohemia Room (Brickell area) refer to the name and set your watch back to 1955.
I would suggest avoiding Bongo's (in Arena across street from Bayside); typical high end tourist trap with sub-par (Cuban) food and worse service