Miami’s Top Social Hot Spots
Located on the former site of the club Vagabond, Steam combines the laid back vibe that Vagabond was known for with a more up-tempo and high-energy type of club. This club features a dance floor, state-of-the-art sound system, and top-notch DJs on the inside, as well as a spacious and relaxed outdoor space that’s perfect for a low-key hangout or a planned party. On top of giving you the choice between dance floor and outdoor lounge, Steam is also known for having friendly and professional personnel, reasonably priced drinks, and being free of a cover charge most nights. It’s a casual club that makes you feel welcome and allows you to be yourself and have fun. Come once and there’s a good chance you’ll want to come back.
Haven is a unique blend of restaurant, lounge, and nightclub, making it one of Miami’s most popular venues night after night. The food Haven serves is organic but of the utmost quality, making it a great place to grab a bite to eat. However, the drinks may be even better, as Haven is home to some of the best mixologists in Miami who do nothing but make high-end cocktails. With food and drink well covered, Haven also creates a fantastic atmosphere with neon lights, a video wall, and great music. Whether you want to dance, drink, and have fun or relax with a nice meal, Haven has you covered, and because the club spares no expense when it comes to décor, you’ll be entranced at the beautiful setting around you no matter what your reason is for visiting this South Beach hot spot.
The latest twist on the traditional nightclub can be found on the bottom floor of the Miami Beach EDITION hotel. The club that’s appropriately called Basement offers hotel guests and other visitors a nightclub and a whole lot more. First and foremost, Basement is a nightclub very much in the style of Studio 54, welcoming top-flight DJs who crank out tunes amidst a fantastic light show that gives guests the energy and motivation they need to dance the night away. But that’s not all Basement offers; the club is also home to a bowling alley and an ice skating rink. The bowling alley features luminescent bowling balls, lighting effects, and massive LED screens, blowing away any bowling alley you’ve ever visited before. Meanwhile, the skating rink is 2,000 square feet, providing plenty of space for guests to skate while enjoying the type of music and light display often reserved for nightclubs. With so much to do beyond the average nightclub, Basement has quickly become a popular hangout spot on South Beach.