The Best Bars In And Around Allapattah, Miami

Photo of Sierra Brown
9 February 2017

Allapattah is one of Miami’s oldest neighborhoods but is increasingly gaining a new look. The city has undergone a beautification initiative, which analyzed the rehabilitation of buildings and other ways to create a more vibrant economy while keeping the Dominican identity at its heart. We have prepared a list of the best bars to visit next time you’re in Allapattah.

Beer Jello Shots. | © Jasmin Fine/Flickr


Bar, Nightclub, American, Pub Grub, $$$
SHOTS Miami isn’t your everyday bar, this is an interactive bar. Located in Allapattah’s sister city, Wynwood, SHOTS is an entertaining spot and everyone is invited to experience it for themselves. This is a unique bar in the Miami party scene where delicious shots are combined with unique props and a lively crowd. Their hand crafted signature menu is sure to satisfy every palate. The drinks menu features over 100 shots, signature cocktails and beers. Stop by SHOTS, enjoy drinks like wild berry pop tart and apple sauced, and indulge in an unforgettable nightlife experience.

Wynwood Brewing Company

Next to Allapattah lies Wynwood’s art district, home to Wynwood Brewing Company, Miami’s first craft production brewery. Wynwood Brewing is family owned and operated, and its main objective is bringing fresh and creative beers to South Florida residents and tourists. They operate a 15-barrel brewhouse and distribute their Gold Medal-winning Robust Porter, Blonde Ale, India Pale Ale, barrel aged Strong Ales and a rotation of seasonal offerings. This brewery continues to outshine the competition with its brewery tours, offered over the weekends. Tours include a complimentary Wynwood Brewing branded glass and a 16oz pour of your favorite brew.

Address & telephone number: 565 NW 24th St, Miami, FL, USA +1 305-982-8732

Champions Sports Bar

Bar, Restaurant, American, $$$
Housed in the Courtyard Miami Airport, Champions Sports Bar has the best atmosphere in Miami. Champions is the perfect spot to meet up with friends before a big game, to relax with coworkers after a long day at work, or simply enjoy the lively atmosphere and good food. Sports enthusiasts will truly enjoy this bar, with its menu featuring classic bar favorites and plenty of TVs broadcasting regional and national sports. Come early to grab one of the five booths with individual TVs, or pull up a stool at Champions’ full bar, which features 25 beers (8 on tap) and an extensive cocktail list.

Tom’s NFL

Tom’s NFL has been in business for over 25 years, making it one of the last true authentic sports bars in Miami. Unlike many bars that have come and gone, Tom’s came to stay. It’s also been recognized for having the Best Chicken Wings and Best Karaoke in Miami by New Times Magazine. Their location near the Miami Airport brings in a unique crowd of locals and travelers, turning Tom’s into a great place to meet interesting people from all over. No matter which day of the week, you’ll get more bang for your buck at Tom’s because there’s always something fun and exciting going on.

Address & telephone number: 5001 NW 36th St, Miami Springs, FL, USA +1 305) 888-6022

Batting Cage Sports Bar & Lounge

Bar, Cafe, Restaurant, American, $$$
Casa Panza Cafe
Casa Panza Cafe | ©Adrian Salgado/Flickr
Chef Eric Stein takes the traditional ‘All-American’ menu to new heights, including influences from all around the globe and a culinary ‘delicateness’ worthy of a five-star restaurant. At the Batting Cage they want customers to feel at home while enjoying their favorite drinks and bar fare. Their food includes dishes from traditional mac & cheese to exclusive Miami blue crab chowder. Everything is made fresh in house. Their prices are among the most competitive, guaranteeing you’ll have a great time at an affordable price.

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