Miami Beach boasts some of the world's most luxurious, fun, and pulse-pounding nightlife. Every year, thousands flock to the area and to sink their feet in the sandy white beaches of South Beach by day, and sip cocktails at the amazing bars and night clubs. And when Spring Break rolls around, the always buzzing Miami Beach becomes a month-long hub of exuberance and partying. From simply lounging on the beach to bar hopping, your options are plentiful. We've got you covered with the best Spring Break bars on Miami Beach.
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Welcome to peak South Beach luxury. LIV Miami is the ultimate Miami night club experience. Actually, that may be under selling it. LIV is among the most iconic clubs in the world attracting superstar DJs the world over, and regular celebrity sightings.
Miami Beach is synonymous with palm trees, warm sand, and sunny days. Which means those transitionary days between Winter (or what masquerades as Winter) and Spring get pretty toasty. So, you'll want to be prepared. We recommend your preferred brand of sunscreen and swinging by Wet Willie's. Wet Willies is the best frozen daiquiri bar on South Beach. Wet Willie's boasts a huge, outdoor patio rife with live music from DJ's, super strong frozen daiquiris, and more. Take a break from the hot sun and relax with a delicious, frozen daiquiri at this awesome Spring Break bar on Miami Beach.
Another daiquiri bar on Miami Beach, Fat Tuesday is famed for the potency of its offerings. Seriously, be sure to pace yourself once you swing by. But the drinks are tasty and the parties are always popping. Scores of college students congregate here when Spring Break rolls around for great drinks, live music, and some of the best atmospheres Miami Beach has to offer.
Nikki Beach is arguably Miami Beach's premier destination for all-day beach partying and club experience. It's truly one of Miami's landmark destinations where you can begin your day with a scrumptious brunch and end it dancing the night away at the adjacent nightclub to the tunes of a world-famous DJ.
If you're into dinner, dancing and a show, Mango's Tropical Cafe is definitely the place for you. Mango's hosts a variety of live entertainment throughout the week, including tribute shows, conga shows, samba, belly dancing and more. Of course, you can do some dancing of your own as well. Mango's is really a few clubs in one as there are smaller rooms within it offering different atmospheres.
Another club allowing you to dip into Miami Beach's penchant for luxury and excess, STORY is another can't-miss bar. Like LIV, it regularly attract's Miami's socialites, celebrities, and beautiful people. You can people watch, pop a bottle, and dance the night away. But whatever you do here, there will definitely be a story to tell.
Admittedly, Purdy Lounge is more a hot spot for locals than vacationers. But if you're going to be in Miami Beach for Spring Break, we highly recommend it. Purdy Lounge drops the frills associated with most South Beach clubs and focuses on good music, drinks, and dancing. Think of your favorite bar back in college but grown up.
Miami Beach is probably the East Coast's most popular corner of the Atlantic. And there's a good reason for that. It's rife with beautiful people, iconic clubs, and home to restaurants helmed by renowned chefs. But if you really want to have a good time, pool parties are hard to beat. And no one throws better pool parties in Miami Beach than the SLS South Beach.
Broken Shaker is a popular Miami Beach hangout. They're ideally placed, and boast one of the the area's best ambiances with their dimly lit backyard garden and pool. Once a month, they host an event called a Full Moon Swim. It's essentially a night of swimming and cocktails under the moon's shine. While this event isn't expressly catering to Spring Break, it's a unique experience your classmates will envy when you tell them about it in April.
If LIV and STORY are the most famous clubs on Miami Beach, Clevelander is the most iconic beach bar. It's large, ideally placed, and offers a variety of options for food, music, and general debauchery. Definitely place it on your Miami bucket list.
If you're a student visiting for Spring Break, Miami Beach likely feels like a treasure trove options. It may even feel overwhelming. But that's why we're here to serve as your guide to the best Spring Break bars on Miami Beach. Be sure to register with 305area for more nightlife in Miami. We're your free resource for all things in town!