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Top Spots To Drink A Daiquiri In South Florida

South Florida's beautiful beaches and sizzling summers create the perfect atmosphere for enjoying a Daiquiri or other mixed drink. The types of Daiquiris available in South Florida are as diverse as the culture in the area. Many of the venues listed here will create a Daiquiri that is made to order using the client's choice of ingredients. From historical establishments to modernly designed venues, there is a bar or lounge somewhere in South Florida that is just perfect for everybody.
(Source: Blue Martini)

Miami Meat Market

915 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, FL 33139
(305) 532-0088

Miami Beach Meat Market is a more glamourous restaurant than the average eatery. In addition to serving steaks and other cuts of meat, fresh seafood and seasonal produce, the clientele can partake in any of the fabulous drinks served at Miami Beach Meat market. The Lincoln Road Daiquiri is a popular drink made with rum, pineapple, agave, licor43, citrus and aromatic bitters. Miami Beach Meat Market was voted one of the "10 Hottest Happy Hours in Miami" by Zagat.

(Source: Playwright Irish Pub)

Ball & Chain Miami

1513 S.W. 8th St.
Little Havana, FL 33135
(305) 643-7820

Ball & Chain Miami is located in the Little Havana section of Miami. Clientele can enjoy a Bananita Daiquiri made with white rum, crème de banana, coffee beans, fresh lime juice, simple syrup and bananita. Or try the Pastelito Daiquiri made with fresh lime juice, Pastelito-infused aged rum, simple syrup and a side of Pastelito. If your tastes are more subtle, clientele can always order a simple strawberry or banana Daiquiri. This venue is open from noon 'till midnight Monday - Wednesday, noon 'till 3 a.m. Thursday - Saturday, and on Sundays, they open the doors at 2 p.m. and close at 10 p.m.

(Source: Blue Martini)

Sweet Liberty Drinks & Supply Company

237-B  20th St.
Miami, FL 33139
(305) 763-8217

Sweet Liberty is located right next door to the Bass Art Museum in the Collins Park area of Miami Beach. This restaurant and bar serves simple, yet sophisticated menu items and drinks. Visitors to this establishment can partake of a classic drink, one of the house cocktails, or request a Daiquiri made to order. This is the perfect place to "drop in? after a day of touring the Bass Art Museum. Sweet Liberty is open Monday through Sunday from 4 p.m. until 5 a.m.

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Broken Shaker At Freehand Miami

2727 Indian Creek Drive
Miami Beach, FL 33140
(305) 531-2727

Freehand Miami's Broken Shaker hotel bar is home to the James Beard Award semi-finalist cocktail bar. The Broken Shaker serves handcrafted cocktails made by some of the finest mixologists in the Miami area. Pick the ingredients you want in your Daiquiri and they can fix it for you! This bar even received the Best American Hotel Bar Award from Tales of Cocktails. The mixologists will be happy to teach you how to fix a great Daiquiri. This venue is open from 6 p.m. - 2 a.m., seven days a week.

(Source: Van Dyke Cafe)

Regent Cocktail Club At Gale Hotel

690 Collins Ave.
Miami Beach, FL
(305) 673-0199

The Regent Cocktail Club is the perfect venue for those folks looking for a simple but elegant place to enjoy a Daiquiri. This venue still maintains the 1940s ambiance that was created when its doors were first opened in 1941. Although the prices are higher than they were in the 1940s, the décor of this venue still echoes the atmosphere of the 1940s. The bartenders will happily create the Daiquiri of your choice using an eclectic choice of ingredients. Bartenders at this establishment will even give the clientele a lesson in the history of the drink and show some tricks for making the perfect Daiquiri.

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Katherine Bostick is a freelance writer covering all things Tampa Bay. Her work can be found on


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