WHY HERE: Miami’s Little Havana is always a good choice for fun when the sun has gone down. In the early 1900s, this storied Calle Ocho nightclub was famous as a destination for live jazz. It’s since reopened as a Cuban-inspired speakeasy, serving simple but crowd-pleasing drinks, including Mojitos, fruity Daiquiris and Rum Old Fashioneds.
WHY NOW: The 305 is one of the most exciting growing cocktail towns in the country. From rooftop bars to live-music dives, the city is always churning out fun new concepts. Ball & Chain represents a bridge between the Miami of old and new—ever-changing but consistent in its fun-loving philosophy.